The main goal of the IFCN is to strive to promote education and the attainment of the highest level of knowledge and understanding in the field of Clinical Neurophysiology.

Read more »
Somewhere between 33% and 50% of all scientific discoveries are estimated to have been stumbled upon. Louis Pasteur is credited with the famous saying, however, that "Luck favours the prepared mind".  Please click here for more information on IFCN Research.

The International Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ICNS) is a Society formed by the IFCN for individual members from countries that do not have an affiliated Clinical Neurophysiology Society. For more information, please click here.

If you are a neurophysiologist from a country that does not have a Neurophysiology Society, please click here for information on how to join the ICNS.
Recommendations for the Practice of Clinical Neurophysiology: Guidelines of the IFCN contains guidelines, recommendations and glossaries for the practice of Clinical Neurophysiology. It is meant to be useful to the physician as well as to advanced technologists and basic scientists.

Please click here for more information and to access the IFCN Guidelines. ‚Äč

The IFCN awards Educational Scholarships each year to young clinical neurophysiologists. We are pleased to announce the 2015 IFCN scholarship winners of $25,000 USD each.

Winners from economically disadvantaged countries:
- Bassam Abdulzahra
- Pedro Balaguera
- Loudella Calotes-Castillo
- Samy Dadah
- Mamo Desalegn Merkena

Winners from developed countries:
- José Manuel Matamala Capponi
- Marton Toth

Congratulations!
The IFCN is pleased to announce the four winners of the IFCN Research Scholarships for Young Clinical Neurophysiologists.

Congratulations to:

Zhangyu Zou
Antonis Kerasnoudis
Arseny Sokolov
Kazumoto Shibuya

    
Please click here for a full listing of upcoming congresses.
  IFCN Journal

The International Federation
of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN) has decided to publish, via Elsevier, a new journal, Clinical Neurophysiology Practice. The journal will be on-line only and open access. Please click here for more information.

Read more »
 
  IFCN News!
 
IFCN is pleased to announce that Prof. David Burke will be the inaugural Editor in Chief of Clinical Neurology Practice, IFCN's new journal that will focus on issues relating to the practice of Clinical Neurophysiology. The journal will begin publishing in 2016 and submissions will be welcome later in the year. As previously announced, Prof. Burke is finishing his eight year term as Editor in Chief of Clinical Neurophysiology at the end of 2015, and Prof. Ulf Ziemann will be the new editor of this journal. ExCo is pleased that Prof. Burke is taking up this new challenge, and we are looking forward to a new successful publication that will further the IFCN goals of education for the purpose of high quality patient care worldwide.

Mark Hallett, President





 
Find us on facebook