SONA is The Society of Neuroscientists of Africa.
- It is a non-profit organisation registered in Nairobi, Kenya in 1993
- Functions as the umbrella organisation for the regional and national neuroscience societies and groups in Africa
- A member society of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO)
- Aim is to promote research, teaching and advocacy in Neuroscience in Africa and hold an International conference every two years.
LETTER OF CONDOLENCE TO THE FAMILY OF DR DAVID FOTSING
We have learnt of the tragic demise of Dr David Fotsing, our Regional Secretary, Central Africa for the Society of Neuroscientists of Africa (SONA).
15th SONA/4th GNS Hybrid Conference 2021, Accra, Ghana, 27-30 October, 2021
Following discussions by the SONA Executive, Governing Council and the Local Organizing Committee, the 15th SONA/4th GNS Hybrid Conference 2021, Accra, Ghana initially planned for 25-28 April 2021 has now been rescheduled for 27-30 October, 2021. The conference will feature distinguished Speakers, Workshops, IBRO Global Engagement and Outreach, oral and poster sessions. Because of the current uncertainty related to travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference will be offered in a hybrid format in which participants can attend virtually or in-person. However, if travel remains difficult due to the covid-19 pandemic, the meeting will be entirely virtual. Details of new deadlines for abstracts, Registrations etc. will be available in March 2021.”
The Society of Neuroscientists of Africa (SONA) is the umbrella organisation for the regional and national neuroscience societies and groups in Africa, and an affiliate of the International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO). The Society’s mandate is to advocate for neuroscience research and teaching in Africa and host an international conference every two years. The Ghana Neuroscience Society (GNS) is a member of SONA and IBRO.
Venue: Fiesta Royal Hotel Accra
Contact: Secretary-General, SONA
Professor Amadi O. Ihunwo (Amadi.Ihunwo@wits.ac.za)