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March 5-7, 2010

Emory University

Atlanta, Georgia

 
  

Joint South East Nerve Net and Georgia/South Carolina Neuroscience Consortium Conference 2010

 

News:

Poster session update: We strongly encourage poster presenters to setup your posters as early as possible on Saturday, such that people can see them during the breaks. The main poster session is on Saturday 3:30-6pm. We suggest that during this time you spend at least ONE HOUR at your poster and the remaining time seeing other posters.

Posters boards are 46 inches tall and 70 inches wide and they will be numbered from P1 to P98. Please look up your number from this list and possibly indicate the number on the top right of your poster.

New t-shirt design: The 2010 SENN/GASCNC Conference t-shirt design (by Damon Lamb and Cengiz Gunay) is now available! Please click on the thumbnail below to see an enlarged image.

t-shirt

If you would like to order this awesome t-shirt (cost $15), please email .

Supply is limited, so hurry!

Overview:

We are happy to announce the 2010 South East Nerve Net (SENN) and Georgia/South Carolina Neuroscience Consortium (GASCNC) conferences, which will be held jointly at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, starting the evening of Friday, March 5th, 2010, and ending around noon on Sunday, March 7th.

This combined meeting will showcase neuroscience research in the Southeastern US and provide an opportunity for junior researchers, students and postdocs, to present their work in a friendly and collaborative setting.

The organizers of this year's meeting have strived to achieve a balance between scientific and social interaction throughout the weekend. Several informal gatherings will take place during the weekend to stimulate scientific discussion. Also, posters can be displayed on Friday night and remain in place until the close of the meeting on Sunday noon to aid in the exchange of ideas.

Abstract submission and publication:

Information regarding abstract formatting and preparation can be found here. The deadline for abstract submissions is Wednesday, January 20, 2010 (by popular demand, the deadline has been extended) Friday, January 29, 2010. Authors will have the option to have their abstracts published in a special issue of Frontiers in Neuroscience at no cost.

Travel awards:

A small number of travel awards will be available for qualified students and post-docs. The awards will be granted based on qualifications and the merit of the presented work. If you are interested in applying for a travel award, please indicate this on the registration form.

Organizers:

Astrid Prinz1, Larry Young1, Paul Katz2
Tomasz Smolinski1, Cengiz Gunay1, Sonia Hayden1, Ingrid Budreckas1
1Emory University
2Georgia State University

If you have specific questions you may email or call at 404-727-5191. To be added to our mailing list, send your email contact information to . If you are specifically interested in the South East Nerve Net, sign up on the list serve at http://listserv.gsu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A0=SENN.

 

 
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