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    Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science
    Jul 17

    Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science

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    Register for Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science by selecting the following link. This session will discuss how ethnicity, gender, vocabulary, and culture affect the types of experiments scientists perform, how they interpret their findings, and what career decisions they make. This includes the terminology that neuroscience uses to describe regions and functions of

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    Go With the Visual Flow: An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Movement Control
    Aug 07

    Go With the Visual Flow: An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Movement Control

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    Register for Go With the (Visual Flow): An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Motor Control by selecting the attached link. A previous circus performer from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Eugenia Chiappe, PhD, is interested in how animals move through space so effortlessly. Her lab at the Champalimaud Foundation  in Portugal, studies the structure and function of visuomotor circuits in the fly

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    How to Make and Present A Poster for Neuroscience 2024
    Aug 12

    How to Make and Present A Poster for Neuroscience 2024

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    REGISTER NOW! In this one-hour long webinar, we will discuss key points of poster preparation and presentation, including where to start, how to visualize your ideas using text and figures, how to present to different audiences, how to handle questions and discussions at your poster, and how to follow up with your audience. Each speaker will share a 10-minute presentation and there will be ti

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  • Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science
    Jul 17
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    Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science

    Register for Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science by selecting the following link. This session will discuss how ethnicity, gender, vocabulary, and culture affect the types of experiments scientists perform, how they interpret their findings, and what career decisions they make. This includes the terminology that neuroscience uses to describe regions and functions of

  • Go With the Visual Flow: An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Movement Control
    Aug 07
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    Go With the Visual Flow: An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Movement Control

    Register for Go With the (Visual Flow): An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Motor Control by selecting the attached link. A previous circus performer from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Eugenia Chiappe, PhD, is interested in how animals move through space so effortlessly. Her lab at the Champalimaud Foundation  in Portugal, studies the structure and function of visuomotor circuits in the fly

  • How to Make and Present A Poster for Neuroscience 2024
    Aug 12
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    How to Make and Present A Poster for Neuroscience 2024

    REGISTER NOW! In this one-hour long webinar, we will discuss key points of poster preparation and presentation, including where to start, how to visualize your ideas using text and figures, how to present to different audiences, how to handle questions and discussions at your poster, and how to follow up with your audience. Each speaker will share a 10-minute presentation and there will be ti

  • The Allure of Computational Neuroscience
    Aug 21
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    The Allure of Computational Neuroscience

    Register for The Allure of Computational Neurosceince by selecting the following link. Many of the brain’s most intriguing mechanisms are difficult, if not impossible, to measure directly. For this reason, neuroscientists create artificial models of the brain, inspired by real biology, and study in tandem with carefully directed measurements. Computational neuroscience merges biology’s sea

  • JNeurosci Town Hall
    Aug 27
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    JNeurosci Town Hall

    REGISTER NOW! Questions about submitting to The Journal of Neuroscience, getting more involved with peer review, or scientific publishing as a whole? This town hall is your opportunity to have them answered directly by Editor-in-Chief Sabine Kastner and other members of the JNeurosci Editorial Board. The editors also will cover new journal initiatives, including open peer review, opportunitie

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    Jul 17
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    Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science

    Register for Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science by selecting the following link. This session will discuss how ethnicity, gender, vocabulary, and culture affect the types of experiments scientists perform, how they interpret their findings, and what career decisions they make. This includes the terminology that neuroscience uses to describe regions and functions of

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    Jul 23
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    Late Breaking Abstract Submission

    In order to showcase the most recent and exciting science at Neuroscience 2024, this year SfN is experimenting with holding a second call for abstracts. Late-breaking abstract submission for Neuroscience 2024 will be open Tuesday, July 23–Thursday, August 1. Any SfN member, including those who already submitted an abstract to Neuroscience 2024, can submit a late-breaking abstract. Read t

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