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British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience

BACN Conference 2019

British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience (BACN)
2019 Annual Scientific Meeting
University of Cambridge: September 2nd & 3rd 2019

 
The 2-day meeting will feature a keynote speech from Professor Kia Nobre (University of Oxford), prize lectures, free platforms and symposia.



This year’s BACN prize lectures are:

The BACN Mid-career prize lecture by Professor Patrick Haggard (University College London) 
The BACN Early-career prize lecture by Dr Micah Allen (Aarhus University)

We would like to invite suggestions for symposia, and abstracts for oral and poster presentations.

If your would like to organise a symposium, please email Nick Cooper (ncooper@essex.ac.uk), giving an explanation of the aims and content, and who you would aim to include in the symposium (3-4 speakers). The deadline for symposium suggestions is 30th April 2019.   

If your would like to present at the meeting, please submit an abstract using the linked Google Form here.
Please note that this year, for the first time, we will be also be accepting pre-registration posters (e.g. posters that present a hypothesis and experimental design).

If you have any questions, please email Nick Cooper (ncooper@essex.ac.uk). The deadline for abstract submissions is 31st May 2019.

In summary, the deadlines are:
30/04/2019 for suggestions of symposia
31/05/2019 for abstract submissions (oral / poster)

 

REGISTRATION
Registration is now open and early-bird rates are available until 20th May. Click here to register.

CHILDCARE
We are very please to announce that this year, childcare bursaries will be available, please contact Duncan Astle for further details: Duncan.Astle@mrc-cbu@cam.ac.uk

 

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British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience (BACN)
2018 Annual Scientific Meeting
University of Glasgow: September 6th & 7th 2018


The two-day meeting was hosted by Gregor Thut and Marios Philiastides of the University of Glasgow. The meeting featured a keynote speaker, two prize winner talks and three symposia:
 


The complete programme can be downloaded from here or you can view online by clicking here.

 

Useful Information

The Venue: The meeting was held in the Conference Suite in the Kelvin Hall.  Click here for information on how to get to Kelvin Hall.
Parking: Click here for information on parking at the venue.
Getting around the area: Click here to download a map of the University of Glasgow.
Accomodation: Click here for a list of places to stay in Glasgow.  Click here to book accomodation.
Conference dinner: The conference dinner and ceilidh took place in the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor.