- Join or renew SfN membership before abstract submissions open on May 31.
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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) gratefully acknowledges the generous contributions made in the past year in memory of the following individuals:
|Ruben Adler||Ronald Alkana||Angelika Amon
|David Bucci||Larry Butt||Bernard Cohen
|Russel DeValois||Alan N. Epstein||Augusto Fernández Guardiola
||Peter A. Getting
|Patricia Goldman-Rakic||Lawrence Katz
||James N. Kew
||Hugh E. Laird II
||Wei Wei Le|
|Robert Malison||Joe L. Martinez||Richard H. Masland||Bruce McEwen
||Walter D. Mink|
|Malcolm and Leonie Morrison||Robert L. Moss||Donata Oertel
|Gavril W. Pasternak||Dominick P. Purpura||Wilfrid Rall||Raymond Wesley Rose III
|Michael Shipley||Eric M. Shooter
||John (Jerry) I. Simpson||Jean Smith
||James G. Townsel
||Leslie Ungerleider||Anthony Van denPol|
|Theodore Voneida||Walter Wilczynski
Commemorate the life of a neuroscientist, colleague, or loved one.
The Friends of SfN Fund accepts memorial gifts, and your named tribute will be recognized in the annual meeting Program when received by June 30. You may include specific wording in the obituary notice, such as, "The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Society for Neuroscience in Washington, DC."
Establishing a Legacy
With a minimum contribution, families may establish a fund to endow annual Trainee Professional Development Awards named in memory of a colleague or loved one.
For more information on tribute gifts, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.