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The Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, happening this year in Washington D.C. from November 11-15, is a great opportunity to connect with the Allen Institute. Read on to learn about what we have planned!
Pre-conference Satellite Event: Open resources for cell types and taxonomies with the Allen Brain Map
Join us at this free workshop on Saturday, November 11, 7:00-10:00am, to learn about current research in brain cell types from the Allen Institute for Brain Science, the latest open data and tool releases, and how to incorporate Allen Institute open science resources into your research. Pre-registration is encouraged, and walk-ins are welcome.
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Find us at booth #901 in the exhibit hall
Stop by our booth to meet Allen Institute scientists, learn about our open data and tools, talk to recruiters about career opportunities, and pick up some fun swag! We will also host specific “office hours” at the booth to answer your questions about many of our popular resources.
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Talks & posters featuring Allen Institute research
Visit Allen Institute scientists at our 80+ posters. On Saturday, November 11, learn about new AAV tools for targeting neuronal cell types in a nanosymposium with Dr. Bosiljka Tasic, Director of Molecular Genetics, followed by an exploration of the neural correlates of consciousnes in a symposium with Dr. Christof Koch, Meritorious Investigator.
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More information about our presence at SfN can be found on our website. We hope to see you in Washington D.C.!