SfN Virtual Conferences and Events
Strengthen your skills and build connections through trainings provided by global experts for all career stages.
Interoception Primes Emotional Processing: Multimodal Evidence from Neurodegeneration | May 25, 2021 12:00 PM ET
Cultivating Inclusivity: Leading Your Training Environment | May 27, 2021 11:30 AM ET
Brain Stroke | August 31, 2021 11:00 AM ET
Non-coding RNAs in Nervous System Function and Disease | May 11, 2021
Exploring Recent Discoveries in Neuroscience Research | October 26, 2020
Action and Potential in Education, Outreach, and Research | September 24, 2020
Black Lives Matter and Neuroscience: Why This Moment Matters | July 2, 2020
Scientific Training and Professional Development topics
Beyond the Bench: The Broader Impact of Rigorous Research organized by Lique Coolen, PhD and Oswald Steward, PhD
July 12, 2021 11:00 AM ET.
This virtual conference is part of SfN’s Foundations of Rigorous Neuroscience Research (FRN) program. Registration is free to all.
Development & Regeneration: Common Themes and Important Differences | September 9, 2020
Epigenetics in Neurobiology | April 8, 2020
Power Dynamics in Training and Research Environments: Strategies for Success | January 22, 2020
Next Generation Human Disease Models in Neuroscience | September 27, 2019
Machine Learning in Neuroscience: Fundamentals and Possibilities | June 26, 2019
From Behavior to Brain: The Neuroethological Way to Neuroscience | April 3, 2019
FENS Live Chat on Environmentally Friendly Labs | February 10, 2021
Black Lives Matter and Neuroscience: Continuing the Conversation | September 4, 2020
Maintaining Rigor When Research Operations Are in Flux | June 15, 2020
Navigating Team Science for Individuals and Institutions | February 13, 2020
SfN Global Connectome: A Virtual Event
January 11–13, 2021
This brand-new, cross-cutting digital neuroscience event was designed to facilitate scientific exchange across the globe and across the field, providing scientists at all career stages, of all disciplines, with opportunities to learn, collaborate, and connect. Regardless of your area of specialization, the Global Connectome had unique opportunities for every neuroscientist. Program highlights included:
- Digital poster presentations
- Dynamic talks from leaders in the field, including Zayd Khaliq, Mauro Costa-Mattioli, and Bong-Kiun Kaang – and more!
- Popular sessions, including Dual Perspectives and Storytelling
- Interactive Q&A
- Robust Exhibit Hall
- Graduate School Fair
- NeuroJobs Career Fair