Call for new Science Committee Members
We are currently seeking new members to join the Science Committee (SC) of INS. INS members at all career levels and training may apply to serve a three-year term, which may be extended for an optional second term. The SC currently includes 8 members from various countries of origin, and we encourage INS Members from all around the globe to apply. Our current membership includes individuals from the US, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Czech Republic, Sweden, and Brazil. Time commitment is approximately 2 hrs per month, which include a monthly online meeting.
The INS SC was founded in 2015 and oversees multiple areas, including the Awards Committee and the INS Conference Awards. The Conference Awards are awarded once per year and finance awardees’ conference travel and experience.
The SC works to prioritize and advance knowledge regarding appropriateness, validity, and generalizability of neuropsychology methods across international settings, especially in developing countries. Our current and future goals include expanding global engagement, encouraging international networking, and increasing research collaborations. To learn more, please visit: https://www.the-ins.org/about-ins/ins-committees-overview/#science_committee
We are excited to extend this invitation to all neuropsychologists and trainees across the world! We encourage you to apply if you are interested in global advocacy, advancing neuropsychological practice, and promoting international research collaborations.
Kindly send in your CV along with a paragraph describing your interest in joining the committee to ScienceCommittee@the-ins.org. You may also highlight a cause or an issue within neuropsychology on which you wish to focus your efforts.