Here is a resume about SAN which may be forwarded to any interested parties. A version will go on the new website. John The Society of Applied Neuroscience (SAN) is a new society which caters for both scientists and practitioners who are interested in an integrated approach to neuroscientific applications. This includes best practice in the clinic and in educational and optimal performance fields, as well as an integrated approach in the interface between neuroscience and psychological and other interventions. The society evolved in the summer of 2004 through a Referendum of the members of the European Chapter (E-iSNR) of the International Society of Neuronal Regulation (I-SNR), a parent body based in the United States which is a neurofeedback (EEG-biofeedback) society. The concept of SAN originated through discussions at the annual meeting of E-iSNR at Winterthur, Switzerland, in February, 2004. This brought together scientists and practitioners in diverse fields of basic and clinical EEG, MEG and fMRI, neuro-rehabilitation and peripheral-biofeedback to meet with researchers and practitioners in the field of neurofeedback. SAN aims to bring together fields aside from neurofeedback including peripheral biofeedback, brain-computer interface, neuro-rehabilitation, neuronal reorganisation through behavioural methods, transmagnetic stimulation, and real-time self-regulation procedures such as fMRI and MEG. SAN has a strong commitment to training of practitioners through the organisation of training courses together with certification procedures for best practice, to the education of scientists through university affiliations, summer schools. There will be regular advanced courses for Continuing Education. SAN will hold a scientific meeting annually. SAN will publish a quarterly journal, with negotiations currently underway with publishing houses. SAN will encourage interchange between scientists and practitioners and will offer a scientist-practitioner mentoring system. SAN is totally committed to evidence-based practice. Though originating in Europe, SAN is an international society.