European Brain and Behaviour Society

European Brain and Behaviour Society

The European Brain and Behaviour Society promotes the exchange of information between European scientists interested in the relationship of brain mechanisms and behaviour

  • Results of the 2024 Committee Election

    The European Brain and Behaviour Society is pleased to announce the results of our recent elections.
    Alex Easton has been elected as President-Elect.
    Rixt van der Veen has been elected as Treasurer.
    Cristina Marquez has been elected as Ordinary committee member.
    Silvia Poggini has been elected as ECR committee member.

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  • EBBS-EBPS Mini Conference at FENS Forum 2024

    Understanding the Neuronal Mechanisms Driving Behaviour, from Molecular and Cellular Processes to Complex System Interactions
    Vienna, Austria
    25 June 2024, 10:00-14:00

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  • 51st EBBS Meeting

    Bordeaux, France
    28 June - 1 July 2025



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About EBBS

The European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) promotes the interaction and exchange of information between scientists in Europe with a common interest in the brain mechanisms of behaviour.

Established in 1968, EBBS is the oldest society in the world focused on the interrelationship between brain and behaviour and is a founding member of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS). From its inception, it has existed to encourage lively and convivial exchange of ideas between investigators at all career stages and across disciplines interested in how the careful study of behaviour is central to our understanding of brain function. To this end, the Society organises a biennial General Meeting that is held (in odd years) alternately with the biennial meeting of FENS (in even years), as well as sponsoring young investigator travel awards and international lecturers.

As a strong and dynamic Society, EBBS is committed to maintain high standards in the field of behavioural neuroscience and, more generally, to shape a positive future for neuroscience and wider society.

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24 April 2024

First call for EBBS conference support grants

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24 April 2024

Job Offer

Call for new group leader in Neuroscience and/or animal behaviour at CBI-Toulouse, France

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