The Society for Neuroscience has received a Latin American Training Program (LATP) Challenge Grant from longtime SfN member John Simpson, professor emeritus of neuroscience and physiology at New York University. His donation will help fund LATP fellows’ travel and registration to the SfN annual meeting for the next five years.
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The Society for Neuroscience congratulates its newly elected officers and councilors. Chosen by members using an independent online monitoring company, the incoming council members begin their terms at Neuroscience 2015 in Chicago.
Current SfN members are eligible to register and secure housing. Nonmember registration and housing opens July 21.
SfN members who renewed by January 31 are eligible to register and secure housing today.
Leading neuroscientists and Rep. Chaka Fattah stressed the need for increased neuroscience funding and collaboration on the BRAIN Initiative.
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Check out the Preliminary Program for an overview of Neuroscience 2015 scientific content, as well as registration and hotel information.
The new Neuronline is an interactive platform for neuroscientists around the world to access career resources and engage in discussions with their peers.
Each year, the annual meeting features a logo inspired by the area of neuroscience relevant to the current SfN president.
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Society for Neuroscience President Steven Hyman and Committee on Animals in Research Chair Michael Goldberg submitted a letter to the editor to Science.
Appointment comes at a time of great scientific promise, growing recognition about global toll of brain disorders
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Via: Google Alert for Neuroscience