The British Rhinological Society was created to promote education and research in all aspects of rhinology - the study of the nose and sinuses and related areas including facial plastics. The Society provides a platform for those with an interest in rhinology to help disseminate knowledge on the subject. There are currently nearly 300 members from all round the world.

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Jan 2022

Submission is now open for abstracts for the 2022 BRS annual meeting. We are accepting submissions for oral and poster presentations. This is your opportunity to present your work at the primary rhinology meeting in the UK, Click on the icon to go to the submissions page.

Oct 2021

Fifth Sense will be holding their annual conference in Manchester on 20th November 2021. Click the image for a copy of the day's programme and information on how to get tickets.


Information

BRS Juniors

BRS Juniors is sub-division of the BRS dedicated to trainees and medical students who have an interest in rhinology as a career.

Collectively they oversee and organise study days, national research and audit projects as well as integration with the BRS Council to produce consensus documents.

For more information, click the logo to be redirected to their webpage.

European Rhinological Society

All members of the BRS are automatically members of the European Rhinologic Society through association. As well as being a member of a Europe-wide society, this will qualify youfor a 10% discount on all ERS-affilliated meetings and courses.

For more information about the ERS and its meetings & courses, click here.

Awards

BRS Fellowship

The society is in a position to be able to offer funding towards a fellowship each year to one of its members.

See here for details.

Medtronic Bursary

Medtronic have generously put up funds of £2000 for a member of the BRS to attend the American Rhinological Society in Septmeber.

See here for details.

Research grant

The BRS can offer a pump-priming grant of up to £3000 towards a member's research project.

See here for details.