Email Newsletter March 2014

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Temporary Consultant Neuropathologist, Dublin

Temporary Consultant Neuropathologist, Neuropathology Department, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. Applications are invited for this post commencing 1st September 2014 for an initial period of six months. For a detailed description, application and contact details please click here. (Closing date: Friday, 25th July 2014.)

Euro-CNS neuropathology courses 2014 (registration is open)

Remaining Euro-CNS courses in 2014: 'Muscle & Nerve Pathology' in Berlin from 3-5 September 2014, and 'Forensic Neuropathology' in Amsterdam from 29-31 October 2014. For an overview please visit our CME page. Online registration is open for all courses.

Fellowship Training Program

Call for candidates - Applications can be submitted any time and will be judged on a case-by-case basis, depending on the availability of funds. This new Euro-CNS program is intended to facilitate short (maximum 2 months) diagnostic training opportunities in either Tumor or Muscle and Nerve pathology for trainees in neuropathology who have inadequate access to training in their own country. Application is also open for trainees in countries where there is a recognized neuropathology training program. Read more...

Call for Candidates European Examination in Neuropathology

The next European Examination in Neuropathology will be held in Münster, Germany, on 25 and 26 September 2014. Anyone interested in taking the examination is asked to indicate their intention to the Chair of the Examination Board, Dr John Xuereb. Read more...

Membership and subscription rates

Subscriptions to Clinical Neuropathology are available at reduced rates for all its members.

Membership for neuropathologists or those with an interest in neuropathology outside Europe is also possible. As a member of Euro-CNS you are entitled to certain benefits including reduced rates for Euro-CNS events. For details please visit the membership section on this website.