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Constituent Societies

Canadian Neurological Society, Est. 1948

Canadian Neurosurgical Society, Est. 1966

Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists, Est. 1958 

Canadian Association of Child Neurology, Est. 1981

The Associate Societies
Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses 

Canadian Association of Electroneurophysiology Technologists Inc.

Association of Electromyography Technologists of Canada 

Canadian Association for Neuroscience 

Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


The Affiliate Societies

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Research Consortium 

Canadian Brain Tumour Consortium
Canadian Epilepsy Consortium 

Canadian Headache Society  
Canadian League Against Epilepsy 
Canadian Movement Disorders Group 

Canadian Network of MS Clinics 
Canadian Neurocritical Care Group 
Canadian Stroke Consortium 
Consortium of Canadian Centres for Clinical Cognitive Research (C5R)

 

Other Interesting Sites
Acoustic Neuroma Association of Canada
The Acoustic Neuroma Association provides information and support to patients who have been diagnosed with, or experienced, an acoustic neuroma or other benign problem affecting the cranial nerves.

ALS Society of Canada
To provide care and find the cure for ALS.

Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada
The Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada supports research into the cause of, and cure for, brain tumors, provides patient and family support services, and informaiton about tumors to the public at large.

Canadian Institutes of Health Research
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research would transform health research now carried out with federal sponsorship by organizations such as the Medical Research Council, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and the National Research Council. It would also include the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation and Health Canada's National Health Research and Development Program.

Canadian League Against Epilepsy           
The CLAE is the Canadian chapter of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE). First established in 1977, the membership consists primarily of physicians with a particular interest in epilepsy, as well as other professionals with a similar interest.    

Epilepsy Canada
Epilepsy Canada is the only national, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with epilepsy and their families.

745 1470 rue Peel
Montreal QC
Canada H3A 1T1

Multiple Sclerosis Association of Canada
The Multiple Sclerosis Association of Canada is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of people coping with multiple sclerosis - patients, their families, and friends.
2550 Argentia Road
Suite 230
Mississauga, ONT L59 7N8
1-888-CMSA
(905) 812-3511
(905) 812-3522 fax

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
Our Mission is to be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life.

National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc
NORD is the only organization of its kind - a unique federation of more than 140 not-for-profit voluntary health organizations serving people with rare disorders and disabilities.

Neuronet
NeuroNet is a comprehensive online resource centre that addresses information needs in the field of neurology. It is currently organized under four diseases: Dementia, Acute Stroke, Epilepsy and Multiple Sclerosis. Access to NeuroNet is limited to physicians only and pre-registration is required.

Neuroscience Research Group, University of Calgary

Parkinson's Foundation of Canada
Parkinson Society Canada is a not-for-profit, national charitable organization. The Society raises money through corporate sponsorships, public donations, and planned gifts. Finding the cause and cure for Parkinson's disease remains our chief mission. However, while we wait for answers, we must not forget the patients and caregivers.

Think First Foundation
The mission of the THINK FIRST Foundation is to prevent brain and spinal cord injuries through the education of individuals, community leaders and the creators of public policy.

 


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