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CNS 2017 | GAM & DCC Award Winners!

Congratulations to Dr. David Van Essen, our 2017 George A. Miller Awardee. Dr. Van Essen will receive his award and give his lecture at CNS 2017 in San Francisco.

Congratulations to Dr. Marcia Johnson, our 2017 Distinguished Career Contributions Awardee. Dr. Johnson will receive her award and give her lecture at CNS 2017 in San Francisco.

CNS 2017 will be held in San Francisco, California
March 25 - 28, 2017.

CNS 2017 | SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN!

We are pleased to announce that Poster and Symposium Submissions are now open for CNS 2017 Annual Meeting. All submissions close on October 30, 2016.

To Submit a Symposium visit:
http://www.cogneurosociety.org/submit_a_symposium/

To Submit a Poster visit:
http://www.cogneurosociety.org/submit_a_poster/

Graduate Student Award (GSA) or a Postdoctoral Fellow Award (PFA)

If you are a grad student or postdoc you can apply for a Graduate Student Award (GSA) or a Postdoctoral Fellows Award (PFA) as part of the poster abstract submission process. At least two submissions in each topic area will be recognized with a GSA or a PFA award. Abstracts will be evaluated with respect to the merit of the research and the clarity of the presentation. Winners will receive special recognition in the printed program and during the conference. Winners will also receive a monetary stipend to help with conference travel expenses.

Go to http://www.cogneurosociety.org/gsa-or-pfa-application/ for more information.