The International Youth Neuroscience Association (IYNA) is a global, youth-led 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to inspiring the next generation of neuroscientists. Our mission is to introduce students to the excitement of scientific inquiry and enable them to explore the wonders of the brain.
A project to develop a comprehensive introductory neuroscience course for high schools.
The world's biggest youth neuroscience journal, written, edited, and published by members.
An international network of clubs, promoting neuroscience enthusiasm at the local level.
Become a member of the International Youth Neuroscience Association today! Members of the IYNA younger than 26 get access to all of our programs and opportunities, and all members get access to the IYNA newsletter. Best of all, it's completely free! Become a member of the IYNA today!
Kimaya Gadre is a student from Sydney, Australia. She is a contributor to the IYNA's MYELIN Initiative and involved with StepUp for Dementia Research. How did you become interested in neuroscience? I first became interested in neuroscience in year 8, when my friend and I did a video project …
Kyle Sugita is a high school senior from California. He is an intern at UCI Neurosurgery and Neurology, and participated in the 2019 International Neuroethics Essay Competition, where he placed in the top 15 in the high school category. He is also an IYNA Fundraising team member. Why did you …