August 7-10, 2022. SEC Glasgow, Scotland.


Please Note: We are committed to providing all registrants with an excellent conference experience. While current circumstances may provide logistical challenges when considering conference travel, based on current information we look forward to ICN2022 as a face-to-face meeting. If this is not possible, the conference format will be adapted accordingly.


As the Chairs of the Local Organizing Committee for ICN2022 we are delighted to invite you to join us in Glasgow (UK) for the 10th International Congress of Neuroendocrinology. The meeting will be held from the 7-10th August at the Scottish Events Campus, which provides excellent facilities for a sustainable health congress. Not only is Glasgow, the worlds friendliest city but if you have time, it has some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery right on its doorstep and can be a great base from which to visit our near neighbour and partake in the world famous Edinburgh Festival.

This meeting is sponsored by the International Neuroendocrine Federation (INF) and is combined with the annual meeting of the following societies; the British Society for Neuroendocrinology (BSN), the French Society of NeuroEndocrinology (SNE), the Hypothalamic Neuroscience and Neuroendocrinology Australasia (HNNA), and the Pan-American Neuroendocrine Society (PANS). The Program Organizing Committee have put together a fantastic proposed programme of speaker for the Congress and we will be updating the website with details of the speakers soon.


The aim for ICN 2022 is to have a fully inclusive congress which will promote networking and interaction between all members of the international neuroendocrine community. Our intention is to provide a world class scientific programme but to where possible promote fairness and inclusiveity within the neuroendocrine community, through a number of specific travel awards for neuroendocrinologists from developing and low income countries to attend ICN2022 in Glasgow.

To support the next generation of neuroendocrinologists we are proposing both workshops and guided poster sessions and hope to have a specific ‘Early Career Researcher Workshop on New Techniques in Neuroendocrinology’ as a satellite meeting associated with ICN2022. To minimise the environmental impact of ICN2022, we aim to use of state-of the art congress technology to provide a largely ‘paperless’ congress. An electronic programme will be accessed via a dedicated ICN ‘app’ using mobile devices. The app will also serve as a means by which delegates can interact and engage. All food packaging and other materials will be recyclable and non-plastic and we will promote healthy activities throughout the congress including use of the Nextbike’s and a charity run for delegates










(Click on any speaker for more information)

Hitoshi Ozawa

Nippon Medical School,

Dave Grattan

University of Otago,
New Zealand

Gareth Leng

University of Edinburgh,

Liisa Galea

University of British Columbia,

Sebastien G. Bouret

University of Lille,

Rae Silver

Columbia University, USA

Giles Yeo

University of Cambridge,

Ursula B. Kaiser

Harvard Medical School, USA

Mike Ludwig

University of Edinburgh, UK

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