Our newest members
Name Date
Benjamin
Whitelaw
United Kingdom 05.05.2015
Angie
Williamson
United Kingdom 05.05.2015
Vanessa
Tatum
Germany 08.05.2015
Olov
Norlen
Sweden 10.05.2015
Kate
Lines
United Kingdom 13.05.2015
Tina
Binderup
Denmark 14.05.2015

European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society

ENETS Centers of Excellence



ENETS members can access information on having their hospital apply to become a certified ENETS Center of Excellence. To download the requirements, please log in to your ENETS account (top right corner of this website). The next application period will start in February/March 2015 and end on 30 April, 2015. For more information, please send an email to .

ENETS Membership

The Benefits of ENETS Membership include

  • an invitation to the ENETS annual conference (read about past conferences by clicking here)
  • a reduced subscription fee to the online version of Neuroendocrinology, the official journal of ENETS
  • reduced-fee or free participation in regular training programs and symposia
  • regular updates on research results and upcoming events through the ENETS Newsletter
  • participation in multicentered clinical trials
  • password-protected access to the members' section of the ENETS homepage, which includes access to information on the ENETS Centers of Excellence program


To become a member, click here

Grant & Award Opportunities

2nd Call is now open for the ENETS CoE Excellence Academy Fellowship Grant - Submission Deadline is 15 May 2015. Please click here for more information.

 

 

2012 ENETS Consensus Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of NETs

Between 2005 and 2007, ENETS produced revisions to NET diagnosis and treatment guidelines. The Guidelines have served clinicians worldwide in managing patient care. As well, ENETS has developed TNM classifications and Standards of Care.

Starting in 2010, a select group of ENETS members, including the Society's Advisory Board members, revised the diagnosis and treatment Guidelines. The 2012 ENETS Guidelines are now accessible here, as well.

Please click here to access the new Guidelines, as well as the Society's published work on TNM classifications and Standards of Care.

What is ENETS?

The European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society (ENETS) is an international professional association composed of physicians and researchers, whose main area of study is related to neuroendocrine tumors.

It was founded in Frankfurt am Main on 11 March 2004.

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