AAIC® Neuroscience Next | Nov. 9-10, 2020 | Virtual Conference — Free of Charge
AAIC Neuroscience Next is a global, no-cost virtual conference that showcases the work of students and early career investigators in cognitive, computational, behavioral, and other areas of neuroscience research. At AAIC Neuroscience Next, attendees got access to information on funding and networking opportunities, further advancing their careers and accelerating the future of neuroscience.View the conference program.
Spotlight your research with an oral or poster presentation at AAIC Neuroscience Next. Early career neuroscience researchers who submitted an abstract had the opportunity to present research to leaders and peers in the field and get published in Alzheimer's & Dementia®: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association — the premier peer-reviewed journal of dementia science and treatment, with an impact factor of 17.127.
The latest findings covered a variety of topics, including:
The Scientific Program Committee — an international body of neuroscience students, postdoctoral researchers and seasoned experts — is committed to developing the most relevant and innovative content for AAIC Neuroscience Next.
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Alzheimer's Association Public Relations Department
Maria C. Carrillo, Ph.D.
Chief Science Officer, Alzheimer's Association
Rebecca M. Edelmayer, Ph.D.
Director of Scientific Engagement, Alzheimer's Association
Carl V. Hill, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer
Heather M. Snyder, Ph.D.
Vice President of Medical & Scientific Relations, Alzheimer's Association
Questions about AAIC Neuroscience Next? Contact AAICnn@alz.org.
Dates: Nov. 9-10, 2020
Location: Virtual conference
Cost: Free of charge
Qualified applicants: Students and early career investigators
Deadline: Abstract submission closed on Sept. 21, 2020.
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