The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) is a professional society representing over 36,000 neurologists and neuroscientists. As a medical specialty society it was established in 1948 by A.B. Baker of the University of Minnesota to advance the art and science of neurology, and thereby promote the best possible care for patients with neurological disorders. It is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
IBRO is the global association of neuroscience societies established in 1961 that aims to promote and support neuroscience around the world through training, education, research, outreach and engagement activities, and the publication of journals, Neuroscience and IBRO Neuroscience Reports. IBRO has partnerships with like-minded scientific organizations to identify priorities and help bridge gaps in knowledge, investment and resources in the field of brain research.
The Mission of AFAN is to represent and unify all African Neurologists through their National Neurological Societies, towards optimal neurological education and up-to-date knowledge on advances in the Neurosciences. The aim is directed towards the provision of the highest level of care to neurological patients, as well as to improve public awareness throughout the continent of the importance of prompt and lifelong care for those afflicted by neurological disease.
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