MAY 2–5, 2020
CNS Annual Meeting
Each year the Cognitive Neuroscience Society holds an annual meeting in the spring. The purpose of the meeting is to bring together researchers from around the world to share the latest studies in cognitive neuroscience. This 4 day event is filled with invited symposia, symposia, posters, awards, a keynote address, and most importantly the opportunity to connect with colleagues online.
We invite you to join the CNS 2020 Virtual Meeting, May 2-5, 2020. Experience CNS 2020 in a whole new virtual way with access to all meeting events, including keynote and award talks, symposia, data blitz talks, posters, exhibitors, and live chats during the May 2-5, 2020 conference, and limited later “on-demand” viewing. See the CNS 2020 Virtual Meeting Schedule overview for more information! Don't forget to share our flyer, you can download and print, or send to friends and colleagues electronically!
Will my registration fee be refunded?
All registration fees have been applied to the CNS Virtual Conference, and will include access to all meeting events, including keynote and award talks, symposia, data blitz talks, posters, exhibitors, and live chats during the May 2-5, 2020 conference, and limited later “on-demand” viewing. We do not take lightly the suffering, trauma and disruption faced by those impacted by the pandemic, and will do our utmost to support those who cannot attend the virtual meeting. However, it will be some weeks before we will be able to estimate the costs and penalties associated with the transition of the meeting from an in-person to a virtual event. Unfortunately, although the Cognitive Neuroscience Society carries meeting liability insurance that covers most disasters (natural and man-made), “organic pathogens” like the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus are not covered. We ask for your continued patience as we work through the financial implications of the COVID-19 epidemic on the Society.
Code of Conduct
The Cognitive Neuroscience Society is committed to providing a safe and professional environment during our annual meeting. All CNS members are expected to conduct themselves in a business-like and professional manner. It is unlawful to harass a person or employee because of that person’s sex or race. Harassment is defined by any situation that creates a hostile or offensive work environment.