Neuro-Oncology Research and Education Resources

The Society for Neuro-Oncology is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to promoting advances in neuro-oncology through research and education. In this section you will find the following resources:
Our membership is drawn from many disciplines, including epidemiology, medical oncology, neuro-oncology, neurosurgery, pathology, pediatrics, psychology, radiology, radiation oncology, and basic science.

Membership levels include:

  1. Full:  For those with a demonstrated professional interest and/or practice which includes neuro-oncology. Full Membership is open to clinicians, researchers, industry professionals, nursing professionals, foundation personnel, and all others whose work focuses on CNS tumor treatment or research.    
  2. Trainee:  For those with or without doctorate-level degrees, in fellowship, post-doctoral or other educational positions, below faculty level
  3. Emeritus: For members of SNO in good standing who are 65 years of age or older, or by special dispensation of the membership committee
  4. Student: For those who are medical students, graduate students or undergraduate students enrolled at accredited institutions of higher learning and working towards their first doctoral level degree.

     
To join the Society, simply fill out the membership application . When the SNO office receives your membership payment, we will process the application at the appropriate level, and contact you if we require additional information.  You will be sent a membership certificate and other information regarding your membership opportunities. 

Requirements for membership are contained in the Society Bylaws.

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