Benefits of Membership
The Society for Neuro-Oncology offers a wide range of resources for those involved in the research and/or treatment of patients with CNS malignancies. Current membership benefits include:
- Annual print and online subscription to SNO official journal, Neuro-Oncology
- Print and online access to the quarterly publication Neuro-Oncology Practice
- Free online access to current and back issues of Neuro-Oncology through HighWire Press
- A steeply discounted registration fee for the Society’s annual meeting, which attracts over 2000 neuro-oncology professionals and 900 abstracts of cutting-edge research each year
- An “e-blast” list announcing conferences, new publications, position openings, and other educational and academic items of interest
- Annual subscription to the SNO Update, a semi-annual newsletter of interviews, updates and news shaping the neuro-oncology field.
Levels of membership in the Society for Neuro-Oncology
$355: Full membership for 2019 (includes print and online subscriptions to Neuro-Oncology and Neuro-Oncology Practice). An applicant for Full Membership in SNO must have 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.
$75: Trainee membership for 2019 (includes print and online subscriptions to Neuro-Oncology and Neuro-Oncology Practice). Trainee memberships are available to those actively engaged in entry level scientific or clinical training (residency, fellowship, etc.) with a focus on CNS tumors and who do not hold faculty appointments. No individual shall remain a Trainee member for longer than five (5) years. Note: trainee memberships are not available to industry or pharmaceutical partners.
$125: Emeritus membership is available for members of SNO in good standing who are 65 years of age or older, or by special dispensation of the membership committee. Includes print and online subscriptions to Neuro-Oncology and Neuro-Oncology Practice.
Student memberships are available at no cost to medical students, graduate students or undergraduate students enrolled at accredited institutions of higher learning who are working toward their first professional level degree (including MD or the international equivalent). Includes print and online subscriptions to Neuro-Oncology and Neuro-Oncology Practice. Each applicant for Student Membership shall file with the SNO Administrative Office a current CV), resume, or other documentation which confirms such enrollment, as well as providing faculty confirmation of such enrollment. Click here to download the faculty confirmation form . No individual shall remain a Student Member for longer than six (6) years.
Dues are applied on a January-December calendar-year basis. Dues paid on or after August 31 of any year will be applied to the journal subscriptions for the following year (e.g., dues paid on Sept. 1, 2018 will be applied to a 2019 membership year). All other membership benefits are activated immediately, including the ability to register for the annual meeting at the reduced member rate.