BrightFocus-Funded Alzheimer’s Research at Neuroscience 2015

The tweets start arriving a week before it starts: “Our lab is excited to be heading to Chicago for SfN.” “Proud to be presenting at SfN.” “Any tips for surviving my first SfN?”If there’s a nervous undertone, it’s because the annual conference of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) can be overwhelming to beginners. Sometimes even for seasoned scientists.It stands to reason that when 30,000 neuroscientists gather in one place from close to half of the world’s countries (85-plus, at last count), you’re in for a heady experience. Public radio described this year’s SfN, also known as Neuroscience 2015, as “science’s hottest hangout.Hundreds of data-packed presentations take place each day.  To have an abstract accepted at SfN, and be a presenter there, is an honor among peers. Either way,  SfN provides…


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