If you would like to advertise something or provide notice of a conference, job, PhD scholarship or position, please write to the BNS Honorary Secretary and request that the information is placed on this website. Note that we will only post details that we think would be of interest to members.

Funding call currently open from Epilepsy Research UK. 

Full details can be found on this link.

Deadline is the 22nd of September, 2017.

Contributions invited to Frontiers special edition on single case studies:

Anna Sedda at Herriot-Watt University would like to bring to people attention the opportunity to contribute to a special edition of the Frontiers journal. Follow this link for further details.

Call for neuropsychologists to consider putting themselves forwards to serve on Research Ethics Committees.

The Health Research Authority is keen to see more neuropsychologists serve as expert members of their Research Ethics Committees. To learn more and submit an application, please see this link.

The BNS would also like to encourage members to think about putting themselves forwards, in order to ensure that neuropsychological expertise is available to such committees and appropriate consideration can be given to relevant proposals which come before them.

2017 deadline for BNS undergraduate prize announced.

The deadline for 2017 is the 21st July, and entries should be submitted to Dr Jeremy Tree.  Further details on the main prize page here.

Robin Morris awarded the British Psychological Society Lifetime Achievement Award for applied psychology 

The BNS is delighted to announce that Professor Robin Morris, long-serving member of the BNS and current member of the BNS Executive committee, has been awarded the prestigious British Psychological Society Lifetime Achievement award for Applied Psychology. The award is granted annually to recognize and celebrate distinguished lifetime achievement in professional psychology. 

Professor Morris is Head of Clinical Neuropsychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN). He has made an impressive contribution to cognitive and clinical neuropsychological research. His work is wide-ranging and includes studies of dementia, cerebrovascular disease, epilepsy, psychosis, neurodevelopmental and eating disorders. 

He has supervised many PhD students and trained a large number of students of clinical neuropsychology. Professor Morris's dedication has greatly enhanced the field of neuropsychology in the UK.

The BNS warmly congratulates Professor Morris on his outstanding achievement. The Lifetime Achievement Award is very well deserved. 


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