The Society for Cerebellar Research (SRC) is an international professional society of scientists and researchers who are interested in the research on the cerebellum and the associated disorders.
In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in research on cerebellar functions. The cerebellum is recognized as a unique and key-structure in the central nervous system, containing more neurons than all the other regions of the brain. SRC offers an essential link to improve and intensify this knowledge, supporting and promoting basic research in the neuroscience of the cerebellum. The society will promote education. SRC is strongly committed to its mission.
The official publication is The Cerebellum. The first International Congress will be held in 2008. Members have reduced registration fees for the annual meeting.