Our communications

There are a number of ways that we communicate with our members, meeting delegates, customers, and others who are interested in the BNA and neuroscience.  In order to communicate with people we need certain personal data; to see how we manage and process such data, please see our data protection notice.

The BNA 'All updates' mailing list

Anyone who wishes to stay up to date with everything going on in the BNA and neuroscience can sign up to our 'All updates' mailing list. 

Saying 'yes' to receiving all messages from the BNA via this mailing list means you will hear about:

  • Bursaries and prizes (from the BNA and other organisations)
  • Neuroscience research
  • Funding opportunities
  • Events, including the Festivals of Neuroscience
  • and many other activities which are relevant to you
You can sign up here to receive all our updates. You needn't be a member, and this mean you will stay in touch with the neuroscience community and all relevant activities and events. 

You can change your mind at any time - see details in our data protection notice.

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The BNA membership newsletter: the eBulletin

All our members receive a monthly membership newsletter by email, the 'BNA eBulletin'.  This currently contains news about the BNA, meetings, prizes and other activities of interest to our members.

After 25th May 2018 the BNA eBulletin will contain just the 'core' news and updates about the BNA. 

To make sure you don't miss out and continue to receive information about bursaries, events, and activities in neuroscience - run by the BNA as well as other organisations such as FENS - you will need to 'opt-in' to the BNA 'All updates' mailing list.  Click here to 'opt-in' to all updates. 

(If you are a member and do not wish to recieve the eBulletin, please contact office@bna.org.uk.)

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The BNA printed newsletter: the Bulletin

If you are an eligible member you will recieve our printed publication, the BNA Bulletin, three times a year.  This printed membership publication contains interesting articles about research undertaken by our members, different local groups, neuroscience news, meeting reports, and other relevant updates.

All members have free access to the pdf versions and back catalogue of BNA Bulletins - see the online archive here

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The BNA's 'Bright Brains'

This is a section within the printed Bulletin which is written and run by our student and early career members.  As well as being accessible via the printed and online archive of Bulletins (see above) there is an extended Bright Brains online section here

The BNA journal: Brain and Neuroscience Advances

Brain and Neuroscience Advances is the Gold Open Access scientific journal published by SAGE and owned by the BNA.  The journal promotes, on a multidisciplinary basis, the study of the development, structure and function of the neurosciences in health and disease. It publishes original research papers and reviews from all fields and disciplines of neuroscience, including molecular, cellular, systems, behavioural, and cognitive investigations. 

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BNA social media channels

We have a vibrant and ever-growing community via our social media channels.  Come and join the conversation!

Twitter: @BritishNeuro
Facebook: BritishNeuroscienceAssociation
LinkedIn: british-neuroscience-association-bna
Instagram: britishneuroscienceassociation

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If you want to get in touch, you can always contact us at the BNA office