View a compiled list of information and announcements from National Neuropathology Societies and a schedule of upcoming events.
A new ISN book providing a clinically orientated guide to the pathology of peripheral nerves.
The new and completely revised edition of the ISN book, Muscle Disease, Pathology and Genetics is now available at Wiley. The book has been carefully edited by Has Goebel, Caroline Sewery and Roy Weller.
Here is the news and list of National Societies as published in Brain Pathology.
A completely updated second edition of this popular book will be available shorty. The volume has been edited by Roy Weller and Dennis Dickson and has been completely revised, and includes new chapters on FUS and TDP-43 related disorders, hereditary ferritinopathies and protease-sensitive prionopathies.
View the mission statement and constitution of the Society. Also, meet the officers, and learn about the history and goals of the Society.
Every issue of Brain Pathology features a selection of Cases of the Month – these are cases that are of greater than normal clinical interest, have unusual symptoms and/or diagnostic findings, or involve rare diseases or conditions. They are collected and edited by Ronald L Hamilton, MD, Department of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh and the full version of the cases can be found here.
The International Society welcomes membership of any person (pathologist, clinician, scientist, veterinarian) who has a significant interest in Neuropathology. There is both corporate membership and individual membership. Find out more here.
The International Society of Neuropathology produces the journals Brain Pathology in partnership with the publishers, Wiley. In addition it has published a series of up to date books covering the pathology and genetics of Cerebrovascular Diseases, Developmental Neuropathology, Neurodegeneration and Skeletal Muscle Diseases. Full details of each of these publications, how to subscribe and contribute them is available in this section.