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  1. Check-a-look at this neuroscience and art collaboration exhibit at the international Mozilla Festival 2021! This exhibit features 11 contemporary pieces of art exploring neuroscience themes. https://www.convergenceinitiative.org/convergencemozillaexhibition Thank you Cristian Zaelzer for sharing!
  2. 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.
  3. On July 2 at 12 p.m. EDT, members of SfN and the neuroscience community will be hosting a panel discussion called “Black Lives Matter and Neuroscience: Why This Moment Matters.” The discussion will be moderated by @Joanne_Berger_Sweeney, PhD, and will feature @nii_addy, PhD, @Marguerite Matthews, PhD, and @Fitzroy Wickham. During the discussion, our panelists will speak about challenges diverse neuroscientists face within the field and provide guidance on how the neuroscience community can leverage this moment to influence change. Additionally, the panel will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the tenure clock for junior faculty, and how that impacts faculty of color. Neuroscientists of all backgrounds are encouraged to attend and contribute to the discussion. Learn more and register for this webinar on Neuronline. The panelists will also be available to chat with in this thread after the webinar has concluded and will continue the conversations stemming from the webinar.
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    Neuroscience is stronger with diverse perspectives. Although there have been gains in the percentage of underrepresented neuroscience researchers in recent years, there is still more work to be done to increase representation of diverse researchers and to create inclusive and equitable research environments. On July 2nd, 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT, SfN will host a panel discussion called, “Black Lives Matter and Neuroscience: Why this moment matters.” The discussion will be moderated by Joanne Berger-Sweeney, PhD, and will feature Nii Addy, PhD, Marguerite Matthews, PhD, and Fitzroy ‘Pablo’ Wickham. During the discussion, our panelists will speak about challenges diverse neuroscientists face within the field and provide guidance on how the neuroscience community can leverage this moment to influence change. Additionally, the panel will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the tenure clock for junior faculty, and how that impacts faculty of color. Neuroscientists of all backgrounds are encouraged to attend and contribute to the discussion. Register for this event on Neuronline. This event is free and open, so please share with your neuroscience network outside of SfN.
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