Legal notice

The NeuroFrance 2023 international meeting website is a publication of the Société des Neurosciences (French Neuroscience Society) which is a non-profit scientific association (loi 1901) .

Headquarters address:

Société des Neurosciences
Université de Bordeaux – Case 67
146, rue Léo-Saignat
33077 Bordeaux Cedex – France

Tel: +33 5 57 57 37 40

Director of publication

President of the French Neuroscience Society.

Design and development of the website

Société des Neurosciences


Société des Neurosciences
Université de Bordeaux – Case 67
146 Rue Léo-Saignat
33077 Bordeaux Cedex – France

Use of the website

The site is for personal use only.

Access to the site may be interrupted at any time, without notice, particularly in cases of force majeure or site maintenance, or if the French Neuroscience Society decides to suspend or stop the provision of this service. The obligation to provide this service is therefore limited to an obligation of means.

Site content

The French Neuroscience Society makes every effort to ensure, to the best of its ability, that the information provided is accurate and up to date when it is posted on the website. However, the French Neuroscience Society does not in any way guarantee the accuracy, precision or exhaustiveness of the information made available on the site. This information is non-contractual and may be modified at any time.
The French Neuroscience Society cannot, in any way, be held liable for the content of the information on this site or for the consequences that may result from its use or interpretation.

The site is governed by French law. Foreign users formally accept the application of French law by visiting this site and using all or part of its functionalities.

Intellectual property

The NeuroFrance 2023 international meeting website is a creative work, exclusively owned by the French Neuroscience Society, protected by French and international legislation on intellectual property law. No reproduction or representation may be made in contravention of the rights of the French Neuroscience Society under the above-mentioned legislation.

Photo credits

The images on this site come from various sources. The copyright and image rights appear in the caption below each photo.


This site may contain links to third party sites. The French Neuroscience Society, which has no means of controlling these sites, does not offer any guarantee that these sites comply with the laws and regulations in force.
The establishment of hypertext links by third parties to pages or documents published on the site is authorised provided that the links do not contravene the interests of the French Neuroscience Society, and that they guarantee the possibility for the user to identify the origin and author of the document.

Personal data

This site includes a registration module that manages personal data. These data are confidential and will only be used for the purposes of the registration service.

In accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, relating to Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties and amended Law No. 78-17, the Internet user has the right to access, modify, rectify and delete personal data in accordance with French law.
These rights may be exercised by post, with proof of identity, to the following address:

Société des Neurosciences
Université de Bordeaux – Case 67
146 Rue Léo-Saignat
33077 Bordeaux Cedex – France


The French Neuroscience Society uses a number of cookies on this site. This information is collected by the French Neuroscience Society but is not transferred to third parties or used for any purpose other than the proper functioning of the services.

Social networks

You can click on the icons dedicated to the social networks Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn on the NeuroFrance 2023 international meeting website. Social networks improve the user-friendliness of the site and help promote it through sharing.
When you click on these buttons, the French Neuroscience Society may access the personal information you have indicated as public and accessible from its Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn profiles. However, the French Neuroscience Society does not record or process any data relating to your private life in this way.
If you do not want the French Neuroscience Society to have access to personal information published on the public space of its profiles or corporate accounts, you must use the means made available to you by Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to limit access to your data.


The French Neuroscience Society reserves the right to modify these terms of use without prior notice.