March 23-26  |  San Francisco

CNS 2019 | Annual Meeting Registration

Dates and Deadlines

Registration Officially Opens – October 1, 2018
Early Bird Discount Ends – January 18, 2019
Registration Refund deadline – February 11, 2019
Regular Registration Ends – March 1, 2019

CNS 2019 Annual Meeting Registration Rates

CNS 2019 Annual Meeting Registration includes admission to all Scientific Sessions including keynote sessions, symposia, mini-symposia, awards, poster sessions, and their regularly associated continental breakfast, coffee breaks and welcome reception.

Registration Rates:

Early Bird Registration
Paid by January 18, 2019

Regular Registration
Paid by March 1, 2019

Late/On-Site Registration
Paid after March 1, 2019

Student Member $180 $205 $220
Post doc Member $310 $335 $360
Faculty Member $410 $435 $460
Non-member $510 $535 $560

*all fees are in US Dollars

Registration will officially open October 1, 2018.

CNS Annual Meeting

Each year The Cognitive Neuroscience Society holds and 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.

CNS 2019 Annual Meeting - March 23-26, 2019!

We invite you to join the Cognitive Neuroscience Society at our 26th Annual Meeting. CNS 2019 will be held in San Francisco on March 23-26, 2019.

We will have a full schedule of events slated for this meeting such as Invited Symposia, Symposia, Poster Sessions and a Keynote address, as well as our George A. Miller Award Lecture, The Fred Kavli Distinguished Career Contributions Award Lecture and the Young Investigators Award Lecture. CNS 2018 Schedule overview coming soon!

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.