The 43rd Annual Winter Conference on the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory will be held on January 3-6, 2019 at our regular location in Park City, Utah.
This year’s organizers are Tim Allen and Kari Hoffman and we’ll again be at the Park City Marriot in Park City, Utah.
Call for proposals
We now ask you to send us proposals for conference sessions. The two-hour long sessions generally include three (no more than four) speakers in order to devote ample time for discussion. We emphasize equal time for presentation and discussion in each of the sessions. If you wish to organize a session, please provide 1) a title, 2) names of participants, and 3) a paragraph summarizing the session’s topic. Please make sure that your proposed speakers are available and willing to participate in the proposed session. As you consider topics to propose and speakers to be invited, keep in mind that we would like to attract new people to the meeting, especially scientists in early to mid-career who might become regular attendees. We will try to balance the topics according to levels of analysis and how recently the topic or speakers were included in previous conferences.
Send your proposed topics to Kari (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Tim (email@example.com) who are in charge of putting together this year’s meeting. Submissions are due on May 15.