SfN 2010: Are you presenting your work?

Oct 21 2010 Published by under Society for Neuroscience

The online planner / abstract search engine for the Society for Neuroscience 40th annual meeting (San Diego, Nov 13-17) is available and so I'm mapping out my plans.

One component that I've enjoyed in the past couple of years is visiting the posters of the readers of this blog. So if you are presenting your work and would like me to swing by (time permitting) then please send your presentation details to drugmnky AT gmail DOT com. If you want the rest of the readership here to visit, put your presentation in the comments on this post.

6 responses so far

  • juniorprof says:

    You can see the juniorprof lab in action here:
    Program#/Poster#: 176.19/OO3
    Title: The role of mTORC1 and mTORC2 in neuropathic pain
    Location: Halls B-H
    Presentation Time: Sunday, Nov 14, 2010, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM

  • Dr Becca says:

    Wednesday PM FTW!!!!

  • Marcus says:

    SfN is my Chicago Cubs of meetings. Maybe next year.

  • Scott says:

    Oh man... I got wednesday afternoon at SFN 2008, it was just awful. I had kickass data and nothing but crickets...

  • drugmonkey says:

    Oh you younguns...there used to be a thurs AM dead Zone....

  • Namnezia says:

    That Thursday AM session was downright freaky, with half of the floor cordoned off and crews starting clear up the space. Suitcases lining the poster aisles with presenter idly standing by, staring bleakly and blankly to the presenters across the aisle. If one dared go down those hallways of gloom, the poor poster presenters would cling to you like soulless zombies, clamoring for your attention - "Loooook at our panels, looook at our paaaanels, looook at figure A, we want to talk about braaaains..." It was horrible!

    In any case - too busy to go this year, but some of my lab peeps will be there.

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