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SfN Satellite Meeting 2016 : Cell Symposium: Big Questions in Neuroscience

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Link: http://www.cell-symposia-neuroscience.com/
 
When Nov 10, 2016 - Nov 11, 2016
Where San Diego, USA
Submission Deadline Sep 9, 2016
Categories    neuroscience
 

Call For Papers

The Neuron SFN satellite Cell Symposia will bring together leading researchers in the field to discuss the big questions in neuroscience today.

Each year, the scope of the program is broad and covers the diversity of what’s exciting and innovative in neuroscience. For 2016, the big questions will bring forward emerging ideas on connectivity, disease, plasticity, coding, and sensory and motor integration, and will feature visionary scientists with an eye to the future of the field. We will engage the speakers and the audience in a dynamic conversation with a mixture of discussion and presentations on the latest advances in neuroscience.

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