Priority Points System
SfN's priority points system is designed to give long-term exhibitors and advertisers the opportunity for prime exhibition space.
1 point per $1,000 of advertising in the Exhibit Guide, JNeurosci, eNeuro, Neuroscience Nexus, and Attendee List Rental, with a maximum of 5 points per publication, per year
1 point per $5,000 of corporate support, with a maximum of 5 points per year
Exhibit Booth Space
1 point per 10' x 10' booth space purchased, with a maximum of 5 points
Sustaining Associate Members
Show your company's support for neuroscience — become a Sustaining Associate Member (SAM) today. As a SAM, your company helps maintain important SfN programs, including professional development and public outreach. Membership also gives your organization high visibility in the world's largest organization of brain researchers, with nearly 36,000 members in over 90 countries around the world.
- Platinum Level — 3 points per year
- Gold Level — 2 points per year
- Silver Level — 1 point per year
- Nonprofit Level — 1 point per year
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about Sustaining Associate Membership.
Email email@example.com for information about the Priority Points System.
Annual Meeting Opportunities
Explore these on-site options to gain valuable visibility throughout the annual meeting in front of nearly 30,000 attendees:
- Charging stations
- Mobile app
- Neuroscience Extra! (conference edition)
- JNeurosci print annual meeting issue
- Shuttle buses
- Exhibit Guide advertising
- Attendee Mailing List
Program Support Opportunities
Program supporters enjoy acknowledgement at the support event, as well as recognition in the digital and print versions of the meeting program, on the website, and on signage throughout the convention center. These opportunities have the potential to be viewed by nearly 30,000 meeting participants.
Note: The content of Society for Neuroscience scientific programs, events, and services is developed by scientists, either individually or in their capacity as members of SfN committees or other governing bodies. Content is not developed in consultation with sponsors, and commercial advertisers or supporters have no influence over the selection of topics or speakers. Where applicable, disclosure of grant or commercial support received by official speakers at SfN-sponsored events will be indicated within event information. The commercial sponsorship of courses or workshops does not constitute a guarantee or endorsement of quality or value of the sponsoring entity's product or claims. Private support contributes significantly to SfN's mission, and the Society thanks contributors for their support.
All presentations reflect the views of individual speakers and do not necessarily represent those of the Society for Neuroscience or any of its supporters.