logo SRCA
SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH ON THE CEREBELLUM AND ATAXIAS (SRCA)
BOTA

AIMS

In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in research on cerebellar functions. The cerebellum is recognized as a unique and key structure in the central nervous system, containing more neurons than all the other regions of the brain. The cerebellum is the primary center for motor control and coordination but also increasingly implicated in higher cognitive functions. The SRCA offers a platform to present and discuss the latest findings in cerebellar research, supporting and promoting both basic and clinical research in the neuroscience of the cerebellum.Read more

Join SRCA

The purpose of the SRCA is: To advance basic knowledge in the scientific disciplines relating to the understanding of cerebellum ; To hold international congresses of cerebellum research under its auspices ; To provide a suitable forum for the discussion of problems relating to cerebellum function and disease on an international scale ; To promote proceedings of the meetings and to support the publication of the journal The Cerebellum, which is the official organ of the societyApply here

Events Calendar

Save the date Save the date

Consensus Papers

Consensus Papers

Newsletter

SRCA newsletter

Partners

Logo Springer

Follow us
Copyright © 2017 Semico nvPowered by Mintyfresh Software Architects