Explore SfN news and resources to stay connected to the neuroscience community.
Confronting COVID-19 is a collection of news and resources about the challenges confronting the neuroscience community during this unprecedented time.
- The latest updates on the pandemic's effects on Neuroscience 2020
- An online group for SfN members looking to work collaboratively and support each other during lab closures
- On-demand virtual conferences and and webinars
- Resources for collaboration
- More resources coming soon
Use these member-exclusive resources to stay connected to the neuroscience community.
Scientific & Professional Resources
These resources are available to members and non-members (up to 5 per month) through Neuronline.
Advance your understanding of how to generate neural subtypes using stem cells or other reprogramming tools.
Grant Funded Work During Lab Shutdowns
Explore resources to continue remote work on grant-funded projects.
Working on Data Analysis & Design of Experiments
- How to Combine Imaging Tools for Big Data Analysis - Short Course
- Neuroinformatics in the Age of Big Data: Working with the Right Tools - Short Course
- Promoting Awareness and Knowledge to Enhance Scientific Rigor in Neuroscience
- Improving Your Science: Sample-Size Planning, Pre-Registration, and Reproducible Data Analysis
- Optimizing Experimental Design for High-Quality Science - Short Course
Working on Manuscripts
Preparing Research Seminars & Posters for Meetings
- How to Present Science Using Visual Tools
- Five Times You'll Present Your Work and How to Do It Well
- Putting Your Pitch Together: Elevator Speech Examples
Taking Online Courses
Career Development Resources
- Career Skills Toolkit: Transitioning Out of Your Postdoc
- Career Skills Toolkit: From PhD to Postdoc
- Best Practices for Mentoring Relationships - Collection
- Building Community Through Service: Bianca Jones Marlin on Volunteer Leadership - Podcast
- The Benefits of Outreach: Strengthen Your CV, Discover Your Interests, and Broaden Your Community
- The Neuroscientist’s Guide to Advocacy