Neuroscience 2016 media registration now open

July 22, 2016

San Diego becomes the epicenter of neuroscience in November as 30,000 researchers, clinicians, and advocates from around the world gather November 12-16 to explore and share the latest developments in brain research.

At Neuroscience 2016, the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, leading experts will cover a host of hot topics in neuroscience including neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, developmental disorders like autism, psychiatric disorders such as depression, innovative technologies, and new treatment approaches to brain disorders. Register today.

What: Neuroscience 2016

When: November 12-16

Where: San Diego Convention Center

Media may register for Neuroscience 2016 at: https://www.xpressreg.com/register/sfnx1116/media/start.asp

Credentialed reporters have access to top neuroscientists, press materials, and special events, providing a rich assortment of spot news and feature possibilities. View SfN's credentialing policies.

Program Highlights:
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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) is an organization of nearly 38,000 basic scientists and clinicians who study the brain and nervous system.

Society for Neuroscience

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