Announcing BNA2023's Partnering Organisations!

17th Nov 2022

International Festival of Neuroscience 2023


The British Neuroscience Association (BNA) is delighted to announce the 20 Partnering Organisations of BNA2023 International Festival of Neuroscience, the largest neuroscience event of its kind across Europe in 2023.

The Partnering Organisations will join Festival Partner, Parkinson's UK and Special Partner, The Guarantors of Brain, to jointly host BNA2023, bringing together multiple organisations with an interest in brain research at a single, shared event.

The 20 Partnering Organisations include:

Association of British Neurologists
British association of Neurologists

 

 

Alzheimer's Research UK
Alzheimer's research UK
British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience
British association for cognitive neuroscience
British Association for Psychopharmacology
British association for Psychopharmacology

British Neuropathological Society
British Neuropathological society

British Neuropsychiatry Association
British Neuropsychiatry association
British Neuro-Oncology Society
British Neuro-oncology society

CURE-ND
Cure ND

Drug Science
Drug science

Epilepsy Research UK
Epliepsy Research UK

European Brain and Behaviour Society
European Brain and Behaviour society

Joint Neurosciences Council
Joint Neuroscience counsil

MND Scotland
MND Scotland

MND Association
MND Association

My Name’5 Doddie Foundation
My name'5 Doddie Foundation

NC3Rs
NC3Rs

Neuroscience Ireland
Neuroscience Ireland

The Physiological Society 

The Physiological society

Société des Neurosciences
Societe des Neurosciences

Society for British Neurological Surgeons
Society for British Neurological surgeons

We are very grateful to all our Partnering Organisations for their involvement and commitment to supporting BNA2023 and greatly look forward to working with them to host the sixth International Festival of Neuroscience in Brighton, UK.

Find out more about what it means to be a Partnering Organisation here.

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About BNA2023

This will be the sixth Festival of Neuroscience, held biennially, to celebrate and share all the latest research and developments in fundamental, applied, translational and clinical neuroscience, ensuring the full range of neuroscience interests are represented.

The first Festival (BNA2013, London) set the template for a completely novel forum, where other organisations with an interest in brain research were invited to join the BNA to create a cross-disciplinary and celebratory neuroscience event, bringing together fundamental research with clinical expertise and public engagement as well.

Find out more and register for BNA2023 here.

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