- CNS 2014 registration open
A total of 251 abstracts were submitted, making this potentially one of the largest North American CNS meetings in recent times.
- Four new directors elected
Over 200 OCNS members voted to elect Padraig Gleeson, Marja-Leena Linne, Thomas Nowotny and Antonio Roque as the four new directors for 2014-2017.
- CNS 2013 Paris biggest meeting ever!
With 787 attendees we broke the record of the CNS 2009 meeting in Berlin. The attendees to the main meeting enjoyed high quality keynote and oral presentations and lively poster sessions. Twenty workshops about very diverse topics attracted additional crowds.
- OCNS welcomes its 1000th member!
Dr. Christian Rössert, working as a postdoc at the University of Sheffield, UK, is the 1000th approved member of OCNS. We are proud to have achieved this landmark within two years of opening membership to OCNS and look forward to further growth of OCNS in the near future. Dr. Christian Rössert received a free 3 year membership during a small ceremony at the Members' Meeting at CNS 2013 Paris.
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