The International Motoneuron Society (IMNS) meeting brings together scientists, clinician-investigators and students all engaged in research focused on motoneuron disease.
The IMNS meeting was created to provide a useful gathering of investigators to present and discuss a wide range of motoneuron topics. The inaugural IMNS meeting took place in Warsaw, Poland in 1997. Since then there has been a series of successful meetings held at various international locations.
|2022||Banff, Canada||Monica Gorassini, University of Alberta|
|2018||Boulder, CO, USA||Roger Enoka / CJ Heckman / Vicki Tysseling|
|2016||Istanbul, Turkey||Kemal Turker|
|2014||Halifax, Canada||Rob Brownstone|
|2012||Sydney, Australia||Simon Gandevia|
|2010||Paris, France||Daniel Zytnicki|
|2008||Seattle, USA||Marc Binder|
|2006||Copenhagen, Denmark||Hans Hultborn|
|2004||Boulder, USA||CJ Heckman and Roger Enoka|
|2002||Groningen, Holland||I Zijdewind / R Bakels|
|2000||Boulder, USA||CJ Heckman and Roger Enoka|
|1997||Warsaw, Poland||Maria Piotrkiewicz|