Members Organisations

The membership of the EBC consists of patient groups, scientific and professional organisations as well as industrial partners. As per its statutes, the EBC accepts as Full Members pan-European umbrella organisations with an interest in the brain. Any organisation that supports the aims of the EBC can apply to become an observer in order to contribute in an advisory capacity. Organisations or individuals that have contributed in an outstanding fashion to the aims of the EBC can also become honorary members.

Observers

National Brain Councils

Belgian Brain Council

Belgian Brain Council

The Belgian Brain Council wants to improve the treatment for persons with neurological and psychiatric diseases, make people more aware of this subject, stimulate research and exchange between the different disciplines and associations, and lobbying at the government for enhancing the reimbursement of research and treatments.

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Spanish Brain Council

Spanish Brain Council

The Spanish Brain Council is a Federation of Associations whose objectives are improving the quality of life of people suffering from brain diseases, promoting clinical Research to combat brain diseases and their consequences, promoting better understanding of brain diseases in Spanish society through training, providing information and promoting formative and informative actions against the physical and social barriers that suffer the people who suffer some disease of the brain and reducing the physical and social barriers that affect people with brain afflictions.

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Serbian Brain Council

Serbian Brain Council

The Serbian Brain Council is a nonprofit umbrella organization comprised of national associations and institutions that is engaged in the development and promotion of neuroscience for the welfare and betterment of the people with brain disorders.

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Norwegian Brain Council

Norwegian Brain Council

The Norwegian Brain Council has currently 58 member organisations; ranging from health professionals associations (including most medical professions working with brain disease and specialist nurses), patient´organizations and medical and scientific institutions and groups. The Norwegian Brain Council aims to promote prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of brain disease, to engage public interest in the brain and to promote research related to brain diseases and function.

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Dutch Brain Council

Dutch Brain Council

The Dutch Brain Council aims at enabling patient organizations of brain disorders to discuss and collectively take action for the purpose of dealing with issues that surpass treatment, such as first-line projects, drug substitutes, driving performance, lobbying and stigmatization of brain afflictions. This allows for greater effect and cost-efficiency then when these issues would be managed by specific interest organizations for afflictions. Furthermore the DBC aims to be the first contact for other organizations that work in the before mentioned fields.

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French Brain Council

French Brain Council

The French Brain Council  is a trans-disciplinary national non profit association founded in 2016 by the French societies of neurology, neurosciences and psychiatry as well as a college of patients associations. It aims at promoting brain research in France through dialogue between science, medicine and society, and at fostering efficiency and ethics in basic and clinical research on brain diseases.

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