Health and Safety
We look forward to welcoming attendees to the in-person experience in Chicago November 13-16 for SfN’s 50th Annual Meeting. The health and safety of attendees, presenters, exhibitors, staff, and the local community is a priority for SfN.
Please consult the resources listed below to learn more:
Health and Safety Resources
Consistent with national and international public health guidance, SfN strongly recommends all of those planning to attend Neuroscience 2021 to be fully vaccinated if possible, subject to the advice of their personal physician. SfN expects all in-person attendees of Neuroscience 2021 to assess and implement for themselves all local, national, and international safety protocols to ensure the most productive and healthiest in-person meeting. Below is a list of some resources attendees should familiarize themselves with when planning their trip. Through working together, we can continue to ensure the safety of in-person gatherings such as Neuroscience 2021 and continue on the road to pandemic recovery.
McCormick Place has implemented health and safety protocols based on guidance from public health officials.
City of Chicago
The City of Chicago is committed to ensuring the safety of residents and visitors.
World Health Organization
The World Health Organization is dedicated to the well-being of all people and guided by science.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the United States health protection agency.
Provides resources for finding a COVID-19 vaccine near you.