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eLife at SFN | San Diego

Join eLife at stand 112 on Publisher’s Row and meet our Neuroscience editors
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SfN's 48th annual meeting is the largest neuroscience conference for scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system. The meeting will be held between November 3-7 at the San Diego Convention Center, with over 30,000 attendees from more than 80 countries.

Join eLife on stand 112 for a chance to meet our editors, ask us questions about the scope of what we publish and pick up a range of eLife goodies including new tote bags. Here are a number of dates for your diary that you won't want to miss:

Meet the editors

Join our eLife editors on the stand to find out more about our consultative peer review process, the scope of what we publish and more.

Sunday, November 4

10 – 11am

  • Gary Westbrook – Senior Editor, Oregon Health and Science University, USA
  • Yukiko Goda – Reviewing Editor, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan

11am – 12noon

  • Klaus Nave – Reviewing Editor, Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine, Germany
  • Piali Sengupta – Reviewing Editor, Brandeis University, USA


  • Susan Ackerman – Reviewing Editor, University of California, San Diego, USA
  • Ron Calabrese – Senior Editor, Emory University, USA


  • Richard Ivry – Senior Editor, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • David Badre – Reviewing Editor, Brown University, USA

Monday, November 5

10 – 11am

  • Geoffrey Schoenbaum – Reviewing Editor, National Institute on Drug Abuse, USA
  • Moritz Helmstaedter – Reviewing Editor, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Germany


  • Laura Colgin – Senior Editor, University of Texas at Austin, USA


  • Moses Chao – Reviewing Editor, New York University School of Medicine, USA
  • Joseph Takahashi – Reviewing Editor, UT Southwestern Medical Center, USA


  • Eve Marder, Deputy Editor, Brandeis University, USA

Tuesday, November 6


  • Eve Marder – Deputy Editor, Brandeis University, USA


  • Barbara Shinn-Cunningham – Reviewing Editor, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Software demo

Wednesday, November 7


  • Stephen David – Oregon Health & Science University, USA.
    Stephen will demonstrate the potential of Neural Encoding Model System (NEMS) – which helps create & fit mathematical models to time series data.

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