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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting
Oct. 19–23 in Chicago. SfN's annual meeting provides the world's largest forum for neuroscientists to debut research and network with global colleagues.
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Thank you for making a resounding success! Save the date for our 50th Annual Meeting. Neuroscience 2020, October 24-28, Washington, DC Learn more at:
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Cristina M. Alberini of described key biological mechanisms involved in long-term memory formation and storage, as well as how those mechanisms change over development, during her lecture on Wednesday.
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Thank you for attending ! As events wind down, remember that we expect everyone to follow our Code of Conduct:
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Neuroscience experiments on bats, rodents, or humans should be conducted under naturalistic settings, Nachum Ulanovsky of Weizmann Institute of Science said during his lecture “Neural Codes for Natural Behaviors in Flying Bats.”
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Jace Kuske Oct 23
Had a very successful ! Finished my NSF ✔ Presented a poster ✔ Met some wonderful people ✔ Ate the best Italian food in my life ✔ Flicked the bean ✔ Made memories I'll never forget ✔
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Dr. Nathan A. Smith Oct 23
Thank You , Chicago, , , and my fellow Neuroscientists. What an amazing conference. See you all at SFN20 in Washington DC!!!
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Don’t miss Neuro Space, an installation beginning with Cajal and moving to current neuron imaging, pushing us to imagine the future. Stop by the Grand Concourse, Hall B, 9-5:30, Sat-Wed.
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Gerald M. Rubin of Howard Hughes Medical Institute shares insights into how a connectome of the Drosophila central nervous system can be used to understand the neural basis of , , and more during his lecture Wednesday.
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Sebastian Hormigo Oct 23
Last day in Chicago. This city is beautiful!
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Joslyn Chaiprasert-Paguio Oct 23
Loved being able to introduce my daughter to
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Nicky Penttila Oct 23
Artbox! Thanks, and , for inspiring neuro-artists everywhere
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
If you experience anything that makes you feel harassed at , please report it:
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We love (adorable) science families! Congrats Ayanna Wade!
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
In his lecture “Aberrant Phase Separation in Neurodegenerative Disease,” Anthony A. Hyman of the Max Planck Institute of Cell Biology & Genetics will address the onset of aggregated-protein pathology in neurodegenerative diseases.
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Rolling street closures due to the Chicago teacher’s strike are impacting this morning’s shuttles. We advise the use of public transit to get to McCormick Place. Take the CTA to Roosevelt Station then SfN’s shuttle to McCormick Place, or take the METRA direct to McCormick Place.
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Participants in the Gene Therapy in Neurological Diseases Roundtable on Wednesday focused on the development of disease modifying therapies to address the unmet needs of patients with neurological disorders.
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
The 49th annual Annual Meeting concludes on Wednesday, October 23, with a program of lectures and roundtables. Plan your day! Browse the program on our website, or download the free app:
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Help shape a more rigorous neuroscience culture with your ideas for resource topics on biases, data practices and incentives. Fill out this form or visit booth 1005 to talk to SfN’s scientific training team
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Neuroscience 2019, SfN's Annual Meeting Oct 23
Join the growing network and apply to be an Early Career Policy Ambassador (). Ambassadors engage with Congress and others to represent neuroscience. talks about it in Nature Careers
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