Abstract Submission is Now Closed
Abstract submitters can access a read-only version of their abstract and print a receipt for the $135 abstract handling fee through the abstract submission site. Thank you for your interest in Neuroscience 2019.
Use the Neuroscience Meeting Planner to search abstracts scheduled to be presented at Neuroscience 2019.
Use the Neuroscience Meeting Planner (NMP) to search for sessions and presentations, browse scientific content, and view abstracts before the meeting starts.
Themes and Topics
The SfN Program Committee assigns abstracts to topical poster or nanosymposium sessions according to their theme and topic, as selected by abstract submitters.
Justify Your Abstract Presentation
Download this letter to help secure your trip to Neuroscience 2019.
Abstracts submitted for presentation in poster or nanosymposium sessions are reviewed by the Program Committee in May.
Nanosymposia offer abstract submitters an innovative way to create and propose slide-based sessions similar to a symposium.
Poster sessions allow for the casual exchange of key scientific breakthroughs and emerging innovations within the neuroscience field.
Dynamic posters allow SfN to continue to test available technologies and applications, explore attendee interest, and determine the challenges presenters and logistical staff may encounter.
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Rules for Abstract Submissions
Read over the rules for submitting an abstract to Neuroscience 2019.