The British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) is a society which builds on a relationship between clinical investigations of patients with neuropsychological impairments and cognitive neuroscience.

We hold biannual meetings for cognitive neuroscientists, clinicians from the clinical neurosciences and allied health professionals; in order to present and discuss cutting-edge theory, neuroscience methods, and their translation into clinical practice. 

                                               ************

                        

Glyn Humphreys (1954-2016) was an inspirational neuropsychologist, and president of the BNS from 2012-2014. To remember him, please contribute to his memorial pageWe are holding our next meeting in his memory. To find out more, click here.

************

OTHER SOCIETY NEWS

************

Call now open for submissions to the Undergraduate Project Prize. Closing date, 15th July 2016. For more details, click here.

************

The International Neuropsychological Society is holding its mid-year meeting in London as a joint meeting of the BNS, BPS-DoN and INS. The programme is now available. Click here to find out more about the meeting.

************

Robin Morris awarded the British Psychological Society Lifetime Achievement Award for applied psychology. Click here for more details. 

                                                        ************


Dorothy Bishop won the Freda Newcombe prize in March 2016.

************

Michaela Dewar was awarded the Elizabeth Warrington prize in March 2016.

************

Congratulations to Rebekah Lisgarten from the University of York (supervised by Peter Thompson) for winning the BNS Undergraduate Project Prize  2015. 

************

The John Marshall debate was held in November 2015, chaired by Aikaterini Fotopoulou and Paul Jenkinson and motions from Marco Catani, Stefanie Forkel, Michael Kopelman and Oliver Turnbull.

************