Toxic Neuropathy Consortium (TNC)

Toxic Neuropathy Consortium (TNC)
Special Interest Group of the Peripheral Nerve Society

Click here to view the Toxic Neuropathy Consortium (TNC) website.

Exposure to toxic agents (anticancer drugs, alcohol, environmental and industrial pollutants) are among the most frequent causes of peripheral nerve damage, requiring a multi-disciplinary collaboration for proper investigation and assessment.  The Toxic Neuropathy Consortium was created as a Special Interest Group of the PNS at the 2018 Meeting in Baltimore. We aim at increasing the engagement of all relevant stakeholders (basic researchers, physicians, nurses, patients, health organizations and agencies, and pharmaceutical companies), in order to improve knowledge and find solutions to the medical and social problems related to toxic neuropathies.  These goals will be realized by cooperation, supporting research, revising scientific evidence and clinical needs, training scientists and healthcare professionals, setting standards of care, creating new treatments, and facilitating clinical trials.

Mission: To increase and improve research and knowledge on toxic neuropathies in order to ameliorate the care and treatment of patients.

Click here to view the TNC Constitution.

Membership of TNC
To join the TNC, you must first join the PNS. There is no additional charge to join the TNC. On the PNS online application form select TNC from the list of special interest group(s) you wish to join.  If you are already a PNS member, log in to your membership profile and update your SIGs to include TNC. By joining the TNC, you will gain access to the leading international network of clinicians and scientists working in toxic neuropathy. You will receive emails sent only to TNC members about relevant news and updates. 



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