SfN Journals: In Conversation features authors and editors discussing new research, thought-provoking opinions, and expert reviews published in JNeurosci and eNeuro. To join the conversation, attend a live webinar and submit your questions to the speakers. New episodes generally take place the 4th Tuesday of a month from noon – 1pm ET / 9am – 10am PT / 4pm – 5pm GMT. Registration is complimentary for SfN members.
JNeurosci and eNeuro publish rigorous, timely research that spans the breadth of the field, and serve as venues to discuss and debate science. This series offers a more direct opportunity for discussion around papers noted as significant during peer review. Attendees are invited to bring their own questions to engage in the conversation.
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