SBCN 2nd ANNUAL PRE-CNS MEETING BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY GATHERING
Our first meeting last year in San Francisco was very well received. This will be a small interactive get-together of cognitive neurologists/neuropsychiatrists that will take place before with the Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting that is in Boston this year.
Saturday, April 5, 2014, 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Conference Room
For more information contact Christine Dunant: firstname.lastname@example.org
AM Barrett (Kessler Foundation)
David Beversdorf (U of Missouri)
Anjan Chatterjee (UPenn)
Branch Coslett (UPenn)
Maiya Geddes (BWH)
Dan Press (BIDMC)
Jeremy Schmahmann (MGH)
David Silbersweig (BWH)
Speakers have been encouraged to give short talks about something over which they remain puzzled, rather than something they have completely sorted out. This should make discussions more engaging and useful. The plan is for talks to be ~ 10 minutes, followed by ~ 15 minutes of discussion. The format is similar to the one used at our annual Society dinner meeting.
If you are interested in attending, please email Christine Dunant (email@example.com), who is the administrative assistant for Kirk Daffner.
SBCN DINNER MEETING AT THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING
THURSDAY, MAY 1, 2014
6:15 - 11:00 pm
Registration begins at 6:00 pm
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
Grand Ballroom IJ
• We are continuing the tradition of honoring a senior member of the profession who has made
significant contributions to our field. This year’s honoree is Andrew Kertesz, M.D.
• We will also honor the 2014 Norman Geschwind Prize Winner
• We will continue the Annual SBCN Research Forum
A series of brief presentations by members of our cognitive neuroscience and behavioral neurology research
community on their most interesting projects. A lively discussion among attendees is anticipated.
Presenters will include: Drs. Sandra Black, Nathan Crone, Lesley Fellows, and Steve Small
• A BUFFET DINNER WILL BE SERVED