Stay Connected With SfN's Online Resources
Don’t forget to follow SfN online during Neuroscience 2014 for up-to-the-minute meeting information and announcements.
- Follow us on Twitter at @Neurosci2014 and the hashtag #SfN14.
- “Like” the Society for Neuroscience on Facebook.
- Follow SfN’s official Neuroscience 2014 bloggers.
Official SfN bloggers will share their experiences at Neuroscience 2014 through personal blogs. These bloggers will write about their reactions to the science, the meeting, the city, and more. Check out their blogs and follow them on Twitter!
|Allison Brager||Dormivigilia||@beastlyvaulter||Themes: E, H|
|Katiesci||Sickness is Fascinating||@katiesci||Themes: C, F|
|Shelly Fan||Neurorexia||@ShellyFan||Themes: C, F|
|Adam Feinman||M-N-M||@AMFeinman||Themes: C, D|
|Jordan Gaines Lewis||Gaines, on Brains||@GainesOnBrains||Themes: E, F|
|Caitlin Kirkwood||The Synaptic Scoop||@SynapticScoop||Themes: C, E|
|Pierre Mégevand||Neuroscience and Medicine||@pierre_vanmedge||Themes: D, F|
|Michelle Niedziela||Nerdoscientist||@nerdoscientism||Themes: F, G|
|Millie Rincón-Cortés||House of Mind||@houseofmind||Themes: A, F|
|Mandy Wintink||Mandy Wintink||@ajwintink||Themes: F, H|
The conversation doesn’t end after the meeting. SfN regularly shares new scientific discoveries, reminders, and event announcements on Facebook and Twitter. You can also download the app for The Journal of Neuroscience to stay connected with SfN throughout the year.
Please review SfN’s Communications Policies for the annual meeting. These policies are meant to facilitate awareness of research presented at the annual meeting, while safeguarding sensitive information, data, and research findings that are not yet available to the public. The policies are in place for all meeting attendees, and they pertain to communications involving any equipment capable of recording or transmitting, including mobile devices and cameras. Any reference to photographs and photography should be interpreted as including filming.
Questions about scientific communication for attendees and presenters should be directed to the annual meeting department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about policies related to public communication may be directed to SfN’s media and member communication department at email@example.com.