A Collaborative Society for Clinical Neuroscience
Welcome to the EEG & Clinical Neuroscience Society. The ECNS is an international organization of scientists and professionals dedicated to advancing the fields of classic electroencephalography (EEG), quantitative EEG (QEEG), evoked potentials, magnetoencephalography (MEG), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), deep brain stimulation (DBS), polysomnography (sleep EEG), and EEG neurofeedback.
We hold meetings and an annual conference where diverse experts discuss the newest clinical developments from professional, scientific, and economic standpoints. Our mission is to take a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach to expanding and integrating the latest knowledge from all fields of electrophysiology as they relate to the understanding, treatment, and prevention of neurobehavioral disorders. If you are a working professional or PhD/PsyD-candidate in these fields, we invite you to apply for membership in our organization.
About Our Society
In 1998, the ECNS formed upon the merging of the American Medical EEG Association (AMEEGA) and the American Psychiatric Electrophysiology Association (APEA). Besides bringing together recognized experts in the fields of neurology, psychiatry, psychology, and rehabilitation involved in translational research and clinical developments, we publish our Clinical EEG and Neuroscience research journal. We are aware of the newly developed subspecialty board in behavioral neurology, and we are planning to provide educational courses that will include a faculty of experts in behavioral neurology, biological psychiatry, and cognitive neuroscience.
Our focus on EEG analysis across the related fields is intended to grow our understanding of a variety of disorders. We are especially interested in exploring newer methods of assessing brain function as they relate to the understanding, treatment, and prevention of such conditions as:
� Head Injuries � Metabolic & Degenerative Disorders
The Benefits of ECNS Membership
As a member, you gain access to the cutting-edge of our growing understanding of neurobehavioral disorders and their treatment. Our events feature MD and PhD contributors who discuss the latest findings in clinical electrophysiology and the application of state-of-the-art imaging technology such as SPECT, PET, and, most notably, functional MRI. Additionally, membership includes a free subscription to our journal, as well as an invitation to our annual conference.
Our conferences are informal to allow comfortable, easy access to the contributors. At these events, attendees benefit from the free and open exchange of information and ideas. If you are in an academic, our society members will be able to provide you with useful recommendations for reference materials and research ideas. We support a number of younger researchers, who contribute poster presentations to the annual conference. In 2018, The ECNS joint conference will be held in Pittsburgh, PA, and will focus on the increased utilization of EEG in the clinic.
Contact us for membership details, calls for papers, and the latest announcements. Our collaborative organization supports MD and PhD experts across relevant disciplines, and we hold an annual conference to bring our research together.
Congratulations to the ECNS 2018 Award Winners! Please click on the link to view the winners for the Career Contribution Award, Roy John Award, Young Investigator Award, and Presidential Service Award.
Conference Program click here.
For membership application, click here.
Membership renewals for 2018 are now due. To renew your membership, click here.
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