We are very proud of our relationship with medical and health care professionals who play a crucial role in helping our mission to increase global awareness of encephalitis, save lives and build better futures.

As global encephalitis experts, we work alongside our colleagues across the globe, as well as funding and collaborating on research and offering guidance to any medical or health care professional who may need information or resources.

These are some of the ways professionals are involved with us and ways we help:

Scientific Advisory Panel - our professional panel of experts guide our work and are involved in encephalitis research and also help us support the encephalitis community. 

Professional Membership – become a professional member of the Encephalitis Society and join a community of professionals in over 100 countries. We will keep you up-to-date with the latest news and events related to encephalitis. Membership is free.

Encephalitis Conference 2020 – our conference in London on December 8 is the only event in the world dedicated exclusively to encephalitis. Prizes for the best poster and presentation area are awarded on the day.

Research - As well as funding research, we work closely with researchers to advance the understanding of encephalitis and its after-effects. Professional members receive details of how to apply for funding.

Connect Professional – Our new newsletter is aimed at professionals who have an interest in encephalitis and its after-effects. Please get in touch with us if you would like to submit an article or share some news.

Information for Medical and Health Care Professionals – We produce resources which may be helpful for professionals looking to widen their knowledge on encephalitis advances. All of our information is produced  by experts into the condition. We also have a wide range of information for your patients which will help them understand this condition better.

Research Currently Recruiting - We support and publicise research studies relevant to encephalitis among our membership.

If you have any specific questions about encephalitis, please get in touch and we will do our best to help.