SFN 2011 Neuroblogging

The annual most insanely huge neuroscience meeting is rapidly approaching and I am pleased to announce that I will be blogging about the meeting again this year, here at Functional Neurogenesis. The meeting will be held at the Washington DC convention center, located in “China” town, which is cool because in…

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Keystone Symposium on Adult Neurogenesis (2011)

It’s surprising that it’s 2011 and there’s no regular meeting on adult neurogenesis. There have been neurogenesis sessions at other meetings and perhaps the occasional, sometimes closed, neurogenesis meeting here and there, but nothing regular for all to attend. This Keystone meeting on adult neurogenesis will hopefully mark the end…

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Michael’s SFN 2010 List

Culling through the SFN abstract browser is an imperfect process.  Keyword searches can be helpful, particularly if you’re interested in a fairly specific topic, like, say, “1-bromopropane” (1 hit).  But if you’re interested in “postnatal neurogenesis” (292 hits) or “hippocampus memory” (1118 hits), make sure your scrolling finger is rested and…

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