Learn more by exploring the Society's various committees.
Participates in the overall system of internal controls, financial and legal compliance, and external audit performance.
Helps manage fiscal responsibilities including budgeting, best practices, and recommendations.
Recommends investment policies and establishes guidelines.
Provides guidance on the development and implementation of various programs and activities.
Provides guidance on issues that are central to younger members and the concerns of trainees.
Adds value to individual and institutional members through programs, activities, as well as academic and training initiatives.
Enhances the development at all stages of a scientist’s career through education, training, networking, and other activities.
Protects and advances the responsible use of animals in biomedical research.
Guides and evaluates our advocacy activities and strategies for promoting research.
Guides programs and initiatives that educate the public and educators alike on neuroscience.
Ensures our committee’s structure and composition supports our mission and strategic plans.
Includes the President, Past President, and President-elect in order to make decisions and recommendations between meetings.
Creates the annual election slate for position openings on our Council.
Responsible for improving the annual meeting experience by planning scientific sessions for the event.
Oversees the activities of our scientific publications, including The Journal of Neuroscience and eNeuro.
Explore summaries of our seasonal meetings below.
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