The society was established to promote the understanding of neurosciences and to be a community of clinicians, scientists, and knowledge enthusiasts committed to improving outcomes for patients with brain diseases.


We were established to promote the knowledge of neurological sciences among the general public, and to be a collective of likeminded people of all kind, to whom the good of the Patient is of a paramount importance.

The Society believes that the neuroscience should serve the people, and not to be a terra incognita of sciences; it shall strive to devise the treatment for all neurological pathologies, apply due remedies, through better understanding and a more compassionate approach towards the Patients.

Would you like to join us in this endeavour? We are always happy to take up new Candidates of Science. 

Please address all queries regarding the website and all other administrative matters to admin@neurologicalsociety.org

Information about the society

MottoVictoria concordia crescit (Latin)
Formation28 August 1830 (estimated)
HeadquartersOxford, United Kindgom
Membership4,713 (Aug 2020)
PresidentMax Brzezicki
Secretary GeneralLauren Celentano
AffiliationsEuropean Academy of Neurology
European Association of Neurological Societies
All Trials
National Institute for Healthcare Excellence
MissionTo promote the knowledge of neurological sciences among the general public, and to be a community of likeminded people of all kind, to whom the good of the patient is of a paramount importance.
Websiteneurologicalsociety.org
RemarksFellows’ Abbreviation: FNS
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Areas of operation

Legal documents

Advisory Boards & Executives

Trustee Board

Overseeing the everyday work of the Society and working on official duties and representations as per the Act of Foundation.

Board for Knowledge Promotion

Working on the development of publishable resources and raising awareness of different aspects of clinical neurosciences; also looking after the journal and publishing work.

Board for Clinical & Research Guidelines

Producing and coordinating efforts in research, public awareness, and clinical uptake of the latest evidence in clinical neurosciences.

Board for Diversity and Inclusion

Coordinating efforts in making the Society open to everyone and providing equal opportunities in teaching and research worldwide.

Would you like to join one of the boards? Perhaps you’re interested in creating one? Email the secretary with your ideas today!