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5 December 2018
FREE ebrain access to BNOS members
In November 2018 BNOS became a Member Society of the Joint Neurosciences Council (JNC) and is delighted to have the opportunity to participate in joint collaboration and discussions with a number of key UK based neuroscience organisations.
New and existing BNOS members will be offered free login access to ebrain from January 2019 onwards. Further information will be sent to all members in the New Year advising you of your login details.
If you are not already a member, we warmly invite you to join the society, and benefit from ebrain access, in addition to significant meeting registration discounts at our BNOS 2019 meeting in London, 3rd – 5th July 2019.
22 November 2018
A statement from the British Neuro-oncology Society
with support from:
The Brain Tumour Charity, Brain Tumour Research, brainstrust, Brain Tumour Action, Brain Tumour Support, Brain Tumour Research and Support Across Yorkshire, and the International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA)
The British Neuro-Oncology Society (BNOS) is the UK national learned society for all disciplines within the field of brain and CNS tumours. In accordance with our goals of providing the very best research, care and support for people affected by brain and CNS tumours – many of which are rare cancers – we ask the UK Government to urgently clarify their intentions on the status of European Reference Networks (ERNs) in the UK, post-Brexit, and what progress has been made in relation to this specifically since the publication of the “Collaboration on science and innovation: a future partnership paper”.
We also urge the European Commission to clarify their intentions on the status of European Reference Networks in the UK, post-Brexit.