AAIC® Neuroscience Next | April 17-20, 2023 | Virtual Conference — Free of Charge
AAIC Neuroscience Next is a global, no-cost virtual conference that showcases the work of students, postdoctoral researchers and early career research professionals in cognitive, computational, behavioral, and other areas of neuroscience research. At AAIC Neuroscience Next, attendees will have access to information on funding and networking opportunities, further advancing their careers and accelerating the future of neuroscience.
Spotlight your research with an oral or poster presentation at AAIC Neuroscience Next. Early career neuroscience researchers who submit an abstract have the opportunity to present research to leaders and peers in the field. Abstracts spanning the breadth of neuroscience research are eligible for submission (not solely those related to Alzheimer’s and dementia research).
Areas of interest include:
The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to celebrate the individuals who have made significant contributions to dementia science through two awards at AAIC Neuroscience Next. These awards recognize the work of mentors in neuroscience, as well as those who are just beginning their career in this vital field. Award nominations will open in early February 2023.
The Alzheimer’s Association Excellence in Neuroscience Mentoring Award honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the mentoring of dementia scientists, through either research mentorship (where the mentor shares technical knowledge and skills), career mentorship (where a mentor shares insights on career navigation and provides advancement opportunities), or personal mentorship (where a mentor guides their mentees to build confidence, persist through obstacles and achieve personal goals). The nomination of early career investigators and individuals who have led mentorship initiatives for underrepresented groups in dementia science is particularly encouraged.
The AAIC Neuroscience Next ‘One to Watch’ Award recognizes the next generation of leaders in neuroscience; the students, postdoctoral researchers and early career investigators who are trailblazers in scientific thinking, collaboration, communication and/or outreach. The nomination of individuals who are facilitating diverse perspectives in dementia science is particularly encouraged.
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.
AAIC Neuroscience Next offers additional opportunities for academic institutions to feature their programs during the conference. Plus, gain access to training materials and support your students in submitting abstracts to AAIC Neuroscience Next.
Opportunities for institutions include:
For opportunities to spotlight your institution at AAIC Neuroscience Next, please contact AAICnn@alz.org.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Tommy Morris, Director of Corporate Initiatives, at email@example.com.
If you are a member of the news media and interested in covering AAIC Neuroscience Next, please reach out to the Alzheimer's Association Public Relations Department.
Maria C. Carrillo, Ph.D.
Chief Science Officer, Alzheimer's Association
Rebecca M. Edelmayer, Ph.D.
Senior Director of Scientific Engagement, Alzheimer's Association
Percy Griffin, Ph.D.
Director of Scientific Engagement, Alzheimer's Association
Claire Sexton, DPhil
Senior Director of Scientific Programs & Outreach, Alzheimer’s Association
Heather M. Snyder, Ph.D.
Vice President of Medical & Scientific Relations, Alzheimer's Association
Christopher Weber, Ph.D.
Director of Global Science Initiatives, Alzheimer’s Association
Questions about AAIC Neuroscience Next? Contact AAICnn@alz.org.
Dates: April 17-20, 2023
Location: Virtual conference
Cost: Free of charge
Qualified applicants: Students and early career investigators, including ISTAART members.
Abstract submission will open in early February 2023.
Network and collaborate year-round with ISTAART, a global community of scientists, clinicians and dementia professionals who are working to advance Alzheimer’s and dementia research and treatment. ISTAART membership is free for students and individuals located in low- and middle-income countries.Join ISTAART