Committees of the International Society for Neuroethology

The International Society for Neuroethology
Inclusion and Diversity Committee

Aims and Mission:

The Inclusion and Diversity Committee (IDC) of the International Society for Neuroethology (ISN) is responsible for promoting diversity within the membership and at our congresses, promoting the safety and inclusion of all individuals at ISN meetings and programs, and investigating reported violations of the ISN Code of Conduct.

You can learn more about the establishment and function of the Inclusion and Diversity Committee HERE

Code of Conduct:

In November 2019 the International Society for Neuroethology adopted a Code of Conduct, intended to create a society environment embracing inclusion and where participants feel welcome and safe, in order to foster the open exchange and critical evaluation of scientific ideas.

You are encouraged to review the ISN Code of Conduct and help us create a scholarly society where all are respected and appreciated.

2020 Committee Members and Contact Information:

·       Ana Silva, Universidad de la República de Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay (Chair);

·       Amir Ayali, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel;

·       Heather Eisthen, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA;

·       Ayelén Nally, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina;

·       Vivek Nityananda, Newcastle University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK;

·       Lauren O’Connell, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA;

·       Lukas Weiss, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Giessen, Germany;

ISN Endorses ALBA Network Declaration

ALBA is a network of brain scientists committed to fostering fair and diverse scientific communities. The organization has drafted a Declaration as a resource for concrete, positive, evidence-based action that individuals and organizations can take to promote equity and inclusivity. Follow this link to view the ISN letter of endorsement of the ALBA Declaration.