The International Neural Regeneration Symposium, is an international symposium organized by Neural Regeneration Research (NRR, Press), aims to promote scientific exchange and collaboration on neural regeneration research internationally.

Since 2011, INRS and APSNR has been held for successive eight years. We had over 5,000 participants from all over the world attended the symposium. Over 170 distinguished international speakers were invited to present their cutting-edge research at the joint symposium, including the Editor-in-Chief of Science, 2012 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, Sir John Bertrand Gurdon, 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Prof. Thomas C. Südhof.

This year, the International Neural Regeneration Symposium (INRS2024), 15th Asia Pacific Symposium on Neural Regeneration (APSNR), to be held in Guangzhou, China, organized by Neural Regeneration Research (NRR) and the Third Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-Sen University. The preliminary program will include 10 plenary sessions. We hope that you will find the symposium to be attractive and of high scientific value. Please mark this special event on your calendars. We look forward to your contributions and participation and to meeting you in Guangzhou!

NRR was founded in 2006. NRR has been indexed in SCI-E since 2008, strives to timely publish cutting-edge articles on original experimental and clinical research, technological advances and methods, expert reviews and perspective articles related to neural regeneration in the central and peripheral nervous systems.

Prof. Kwok-Fai So, Editor-in-Chief of NRR, have organized the international editorial board of NRR made up of outstanding academic scholars from all over the world. NRR attaches great importance to rigorous peer review and rapid publication.

Neural Regeneration Research (NRR )(2022 Impact Factor: 6.1, Q1 in Neurosciences (42/272), Q2 in Cell Biology (58/191) ) is a special journal with its mission focused exclusively on reporting exciting scientific advancement in the field of neural regeneration. The journal commits to rapid publication and publishes new papers monthly. The average peer-review time for a manuscript is about 1 month. Once a manuscript is accepted, the average publication time is about 3 months from its acceptance. For outstanding articles, a rapid publication can be arranged which will take less than a month.