welcoming members from all backgrounds

Meet the BSN Committee

as of July 2021

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Dr Kate Ellacott

Exeter

General Secretary

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Dr David Lyons

Bristol

Early Career Researcher Representative

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Dr Jo Lewis

Cambridge

Investment Sub-committee & Grants Committee

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Dr Maria Canal

Manchester

Membership Secretary

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Dr Chinedu Udeh-Momoh

London

Diversity and Inclusion Secretary

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Dr Preeti Jethwa

Nottingham

Meetings Secretary

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Prof Allan Herbison

Cambridge

Investment Sub-committee

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Prof Karen Spencer

St Andrews

Committee Member

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Dr Beth Coull

Potsdam, Germany

Deputy Early Career Researcher Representative

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Dr Michelle Bellingham

Glasgow

Treasurer

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Prof Neil Evans

Glasgow

President

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Dr Rebecca Dumbell

Nottingham

Communications Secretary

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Prof Waljit Dhillo

London

Clinical Liaison

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Dr Paula Brunton

Edinburgh

Deputy Treasurer & Neuroendocrine Briefings Co-ordinator

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Dr Gisela Helfer

Bradford

Grants Committee chair/Grants Secretary

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Prof Helen Christian

Oxford

Journals Secretary

BSN Committee

The Society is run by a Board of Trustees of UK neuroendocrinologists together with the Editor-in-Chief of the Society’s Journal, the Journal of Neuroendocrinology. This Board makes recommendations regarding strategy, funding vehicles, future meetings etc to the Annual General Meeting of the Society which is held at the annual scientific meeting. Sub-groups of board members administer the different funding schemes that are available, and the Society’s public engagement strategy.

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