Society for Neuroscience: Tweeters and bloggers needed!

Without question, the most anticipated neuroscience event is the Society for Neuroscience conference (SfN), to be held this year in San Diego, California November 12-16, 2016. However, the monstrosity of a meeting that it is–with roughly 30,000 attendees, and posters, symposiums and lectures on every imaginable neuro-related topic–the event can be a daunting affair for even the most seasoned SfN-goer. To help our community navigate through this neuro-maze, PLOS Neuroscience has been at the meeting the past two years, equipped with a team of talented scientists, students and writers. Last year our bloggers covered their favorite sessions, ranging from how the brain regulates sleep and wake states, by Jeremy Borninger, to the pressing issue of sex differences in neuroscience research, by Aparna Shah. Jeremy says of his blogging experience: “Blogging with PLOS…


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