The prestigious neuropsychologist Juan Carlos Arango, a regular contributor to NeuronUP and recent speaker in NeuronUP Academy, has been elected as a Member-at-Large in the INS (International Neuropsychological Society).
At NeuronUP we know the value of Juan Carlos Arango both personally and academically. We therefore want to congratulate Dr. Arango on being elected, the result of his outstanding career, hard work and international recognition. Congratulations Juan, you deserve it!
Robin Green (Canada) and Sarah MacPherson (United Kingdom) have also been elected as board members, while Skye McDonald (Australia) has been elected president.
This nomination is very important because every year hundreds of neuropsychologists from all over the world vote to elect their representatives and a Hispanic has rarely been selected as a Member-at-Large in the INS . For this reason, we are pleased to know that Hispanic neuropsychology will have Dr. Arango representing us in such an important organization.
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INS is a non-profit, professional organization dedicated to promoting the collaborative, interdisciplinary, and global study of brain-behavior relationships with emphasis on science, education, and the applications of scientific knowledge.
Founded in 1967, INS has more than 4300 members from more than 60 different countries. Members include cognitive and clinical neuropsychologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, speech and language pathologists, as well as students from some of the world’s most prestigious universities and institutions.
INS holds meetings in February and July each year offering cutting edge scientific programming and continuing education workshops. INS is “where the world meets,” and is the premier scientific and educational meeting venue for international neuropsychology. For more information about INS, visit us at www.the-ins.org.
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