Society for Neuroscience Announces Lead Sponsors of Neuroscience 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) is pleased to announce the Platinum and Gold sponsors of SfN’s 51st annual meeting, Neuroscience 2022. Abcam and Elsevier are serving as the meeting’s two Platinum sponsors, the highest level of sponsorship available. Serving as Gold sponsors are Alzet, Biogen, the Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute, Janssen, JNeurosci, and eNeuro.
“As we return to an in-person gathering for the first time in three years, SfN is delighted to welcome these organizations and companies as Platinum and Gold sponsors of Neuroscience 2022,” said SfN President Gina Turrigiano. “We are grateful for their support to SfN’s 51st annual meeting.”
Taking place November 12–16 in San Diego, Neuroscience 2022 showcases cutting-edge science from all corners of the vibrant and diverse neuroscience field, with over 20,000 attendees, 12,000+ presentations, and more than 400 exhibits.
As Platinum sponsors, Elsevier will be featured as the Neuroscience 2022 Sponsor of the Day on Saturday, November 12, and Abcam will be featured as the Neuroscience 2022 Sponsor of the Day on Sunday, November 13. All Platinum and Gold sponsors are being recognized before, during and after the annual meeting.
With four levels of support available, SfN’s annual meeting sponsorship program allows organizations in the neuroscience and biomedical field to increase their engagement and share information and resources with the worldwide neuroscience community. Ten sponsors are supporting Neuroscience 2022 at various sponsorship levels, and over 20 additional organizations are supporting individual lectures, events, and awards. Visit SfN.org for more information about SfN’s sponsorships and program support opportunities or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) is an organization of basic scientists and clinicians who study the brain and the nervous system.