Neuroscience 2023: Neuroscience at Its Best
The SfN annual meeting returns to Washington, D.C., for the first time since 2017, November 11–15. More than 25,000 attendees are expected to convene in the U.S. capital, making Neuroscience 2023 the largest and most talked about neuroscience event of the year.
As always, the five days of the meeting are full of science, formal and informal connections, and learning. A centerpiece of the meeting, the scale and energy of the SfN Poster Hall, with its thousands of posters showcased over four days, is unmatched. A wealth of talks such as the Presidential Special Lectures, Dual Perspectives, Storytelling Sessions, Basic-Translational-Clinical Roundtables, and numerous Symposia and Minisymposia may offer the spark that ignites your next great idea. SfN-Sponsored Socials, Neuroscience Meet-Ups, and the Graduate School Fair all offer opportunities to meet potential new friends, collaborators, or mentors.
Having to choose between simultaneous scientific sessions is a thing of the past — watch one session live and the recording of the other before the on-demand period ends December 15.
Building from a successful 2022 experience, the Neuroscience 2023 Virtual Component offers virtual and in-person attendees the opportunity to catch virtual posters and select livestreamed sessions and lectures they otherwise would have missed. Having to choose between simultaneous scientific sessions is a thing of the past — watch one session live and the recording of the other before the on-demand period ends December 15. Meeting attendees can begin viewing virtual posters on November 2 and figure out what they want to see at the meeting — it just might change the way attendees navigate the meeting and who they want to talk to on-site.
Additionally, Neuroscience 2023 will mark the debut of the Exhibitor Product Theater. The Product Theater offers companies the opportunity to hold a presentation or product demonstration in a prime location on the exhibit floor, with seating for 150 people.
Don’t miss out on the five days everyone spends all year talking about — register for Neuroscience 2023 before prices rise on-site.