Where is SfN held?
The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) is a professional society, headquartered in Washington, DC, for basic scientists and physicians around the world whose research is focused on the study of the brain and nervous system.
Are SfN abstracts published?
Abstract presentations may not be presented at another meeting or published in an archival scientific publication before the scheduled SfN presentation date unless it is at a published satellite event or SfN-hosted press conference for Neuroscience 2018. All authors must abide by SfN’s embargo policy.
How many members does SfN have?
Member Categories Join the more than 36,000 neuroscientists from more than 90 countries who are part of SfN’s global neuroscience community.
What is the SfN?
The Society for Neuroscience is the world’s largest organization of scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and the nervous system.
What is the cost of joining the Society for Neuroscience as an undergraduate student member?
If you are uncertain about your membership status, contact [email protected] or call (202) 962-4911….No exceptions.
|Student Member, Undergraduate Category II||$40|
|Student Member, Undergraduate Category III||$65|
How do I submit an abstract to SfN?
Submit and finalize your abstract by Wednesday, June 15, 5 p.m. EDT, including payment of the nonrefundable $145 submission fee. Join members of the SfN Program Committee and the Trainee Advisory Committee for a webinar on submitting an impactful abstract.
How do you become a member of SfN?
What You Need to Join
- Curriculum Vitae/Resume.
- Sponsors: You’ll need names and SfN member IDs of two active Postdoctoral, Regular, or Emeritus members.
- Students and Postdocs: Gather proof of enrollment/status such as letter of acceptance or transcript, and contact information for a department/faculty contact.
Is USI and SFN the same?
Previously, super funds may have used either an Australian Business Number (ABN), Superannuation Product Identifier Number (SPIN), or a Superannuation Fund Number (SFN). The USI has now replaced all of these for APRA-regulated super funds, however, some Self-Managed Super funds (SMSFs) may still have an ABN.
How much does it cost to attend SfN?
Individuals with an active 2020 or 2021 membership are eligible to register as a member. Fees vary based on membership categories and registration options….Registration Fees.
|Member, Category II||$125|
|Member, Category III||$190|
|Postdoctoral Member, Category II||$50|
Who is a society member?
Society membership includes nonprofit scientific societies (generally U.S. national societies that may include some members in other countries) whose principal purposes are advancing science, education, and the scientific and professional interests of their members.
Where can I find my SFN number?
Where can I find my sponsors’ member ID numbers? on SfN.org. Alternatively, the sponsor can email [email protected] for their member ID number.