Associate membership

Annual fee: £36 (or £32 by Direct Debit)  Special Lockdown Deal for new Associate members - Just £24 for a whole year!

To help you through social-distancing, having children at home, and constant online calls with colleagues and friends, why not explore the exciting world of neuroscience at this special price of just £2 a month? 

Available for a limited time for new members only! 

Eligibility criteria

We welcome all those who have a genuine interest in neuroscience, but do not work in neuroscience in a professional capacity, to become an Associate Member.  You may be a teacher, mechanic, nurse, or business leader; the brain is endlessly fascinating for everyone!

As a member you will not only be supporting research into how the brain and nervous system work, but receive many benefits including the opportunity to put questions to leading neuroscientists today.

Are you a student, clinician, researcher, psychologist, or someone else with a professional interest in neuroscience? Associate membership is not appropriate for those with professional interests in neuroscience, including but not restricted to those studying, teaching, working, or doing research in the neuroscience or related fields of bioscience, or practicing in clinical neurosciences, psychiatry, psychology or related specialties.  If this applies to you, please check out our other membership categories to find the one for you! 

Benefits

Our core membership benefits for Associate members are listed below.

Alongside our core benefits, we also offer a range of special member incentives such as competitions, prize draws and discounts throughout the year - please look out for these notifications in the member eBulletin and via our social media channels.

Be part of a respected national academic society that represents UK neuroscience nationally and internationally 

*Opportunity to ask neuroscientists about neuroscience: 

This membership benefit gives our Associate Members the chance to ask professional neuroscientists questions about neuroscience. This facility is mediated by the BNA Office, and is monitored to ensure reasonable use. Please note that any information provided by the BNA or its members is for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice; it is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. 

Please note that Associate members are not entitled to vote or stand for election to become a member of the Council or Committee.