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  1. Andrew Chen

    Neuroscience 2020 Cancelled

    Full news release Neuroscience 2020, scheduled for October 24-28, 2020 in Washington, D.C. has been cancelled. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has made it impossible to safely move forward with the meeting this year. We also are planning virtual opportunities in 2021, with a focus on a virtual experience in early winter 2021. More details will be made available as soon as possible. Additionally, current on-demand SfN member virtual programming can be accessed via Neuronline. We recognize that 2020 has been an extraordinarily difficult time, and we hope that SfN members and their families, volunteers, exhibitors, and all others stay as safe and healthy as possible. With many labs still closed or operating at reduced capacity, the loss of in-person scientific exchange, and an uncertain job market for trainees, SfN recognizes the need to envision new roles and avenues by which the Society can continue to serve the membership and the field during this unprecedented time.
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    The goal of this virtual conference is to educate trainees and inform new entrants into the field about the opportunities and challenges of epigenetics research in neurobiology. We aim both to introduce major concepts in this field and to discuss exciting new research findings. We will highlight specific, integrative stories that show how the application of methods and concepts from the field of epigenetics can advance understanding of neurobiological questions. The program will comprise four one-hour sessions that move from the foundations to the future of the field. More information on sessions and registration can be found here.
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