NANETS members connect with colleagues from across North America with a passionate concern for optimal delivery of comprehensive cancer diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with neuroendocrine tumor (NET) disease. NANETS offers a dynamic forum for developmental innovation and professional growth.

Each NANETS member extends the reach and influence of our society. Our members broaden our capacity to educate providers, thereby exponentially increasing our ability to improve NET patient care. We welcome original perspectives and new ideas.

The insight and expertise of our members are the driving forces of our medical society. Additional benefits of membership include:

  • Reduced registration fees for the Annual Multidisciplinary NET Disease Symposium (CME accredited)
  • Free online access to the NANETS affiliated medical journal Pancreas, a $1,678 annual value
  • Ability to apply for NANETS research grants
  • Access to NANETS Grant Resources Portal, an online collective of research funding opportunities available for NET research
  • Access to NANETS member directory
  • Participation in NANETS' Committees
  • First to know about NANETS regional NET education CME programs
  • Opportunity to mentor with established experts in the field of neuroendocrine cancer
  • Opportunity to educate young professionals
  • Opportunity to apply for travel grants
  • First to know about professional medical opportunities throughout North America
  • Voting rights in elections

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More about Pancreas

Pancreas provides a central forum for communication of original works involving both basic and clinical research on the exocrine and endocrine pancreas and their interrelationships and consequences in disease states. This multidisciplinary, international journal covers the whole spectrum of basic sciences, etiology, prevention, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and surgical and medical management of pancreatic diseases, including cancer. 

Features Include:

  • Original articles covering new basic and clinical research
  • Reviews
  • Case Reports
  • Letters to the Editor