The EAN has currently only 8 honorary members, the 6 members of the transition task force (Claudio Bassetti, Jacques De Reuck, José Ferro, Detlef Kömpf, Gustave Moonen, and Gunhild Waldemar), and the founding presidents of the two mother societies (Franz Gerstenbrand and the late Peter K. Thomas).
The European Academy of Neurology was founded just 18 months ago and is becoming increasingly accepted as a hub for scientific knowledge and premier education (please see the EAN movie). This is reflected in the number of neurologists and trainees who join the EAN as members. To remind you: EAN has close to 25 000 associated members from 47 national European Member Societies, but accepts neurologists wanting to upgrade their membership as individual members.
The title ‘Fellow of the EAN’ acknowledges a limited number of neurologists who are full individual members and who deserve a special recognition of the EAN because
Who is eligible as an individual member of EAN: Full Individual Members can be neurologists who are nationals of any EAN member country; and/or neurologists practicing in any EAN member country including neurologists in training. Associate Individual Members may be:… Continue Reading