Lecture Proposal Submission
Thank you for submitting a proposal for Neuroscience 2019. The submission window is now closed. Submitters of locked proposals will receive email notification of their proposal’s acceptance status in late-February.
Welcome to the Lecture Proposal Site. Follow the directions below to suggest potential lecturers, Meet-the-Clinician-Expert (MTCE) presenters, and Meet-the-Expert series (MTE) faculty for Neuroscience 2019. All lecturers, MTCE, and MTE participants will be finalized during the February Program Committee meeting.
The deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, January 11, 5 p.m. EST.
- Click the “Propose Lecturer” button below to propose lecturers, Meet-the-Expert participants, and/or Meet-the-Clinician-Expert presenters.
- Complete all required fields on a new row in the spreadsheet. Include justification in your proposal stating why your proposed participant would be appropriate for Neuroscience 2019. (EX. "Discovered calcyon, a protein that links dopamine D1 receptors to phosphotidyl inositol signaling. Calcyon levels are now found to be doubled in the brains of patients with schizophrenia.") Proposal justifications have a text limit of 1,000 characters.
- Add comments, not to exceed 1,000 characters, to an existing proposal by selecting the proposal where you with to add comments. Put an "X" in column M to indicate agreement with an existing proposed participant.
- Lecture descriptions are available online and include more information on each lecture format and a listing of past participants.
- Avoid suggesting lecturers who have participated in a lecture in the past three years or members currently serving on Program Committee or Council. You may view a list of these individuals via PDF.
- The final selection of symposia, minisymposia, and lectures will include representation of all of the themes. Twenty percent of these presentations should be reserved for cross-cutting themes.
- Do not delete any proposals in the spreadsheet unless they are your own proposal.
- Do not share access to these documents outside of the Program Committee or Council. The information in these documents is confidential.