The aims of the BNS are to further the study of neuropathology and to promote the exchange of scientific and professional information.
By becoming a member you will receive regular emails of BNS news, updates and future neuropathology meetings.
Being a BNS member can mean reduced registration rates for some neuroscience meetings
You will receive the society journal ‘ Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology’
You will be eligible to apply for BNS grants and bursaries
You will be eligible for election as an officer at one of the BNS committees to become a voice of the society and its running
You will have access to BNS restricted area on the website to all archived and historical documents
Types of Membership
Neuropathologists and trainees, general pathologists with interest in neuropathology and other clinical neurology and neuroscience research disciplines with a strong and practical or research interest in Neuropathology.
Annual subscription will include the subscription to the Society Journal .
Full member – £70
Early careers researcher (trainees, PhD student or upto three years post PhD) – £30
Contact the BNS secretaryfor any queries regarding ways to pay your membership subscription.
Ordinary Members may become Honorary Members on retirement by application to the Society Committee
How to apply for membership
Please submit your details on the form below.
You will need to attach a brief curriculum vitae including publications list and statement of involvement in neuropathology practice or research.
You will need to provide confirmation of support from
Two Ordinary Members of the BNS.
For applicants who do not have BNS members as sponsors : You will need to provide the names of two senior academic or clinical colleagues within you Institution who can provide references for you.