Abstracts are being accepted for the 2016 meeting. The Call for Abstracts that was emailed to our email list appears below.
Submit your abstract here: http://XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Deadline is August 26, by 11:59 pm Eastern Time.
Deadline has passed – email firstname.lastname@example.org with issues related to abstract submission.
Pavlovian Society Meeting September 29 – Oct 2, 2016
Dear members and friends of the Pavlovian Society:
The annual meeting of the society will be held in Jersey City, NJ on September 29 – Oct 2, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson. The meeting begins with a reception Thursday evening and ends with a banquet Saturday night.
This year’s keynote speaker will be John Pearce (FRS, Cardiff University), and I’m especially pleased that the meeting will include sessions on a variety of interesting and currently intensively studied topics including: cerebellar circuits, learning in simple systems, learning effects on sensory processing, reward systems and addiction, episodic memory, aversive learning and avoidance, developmental processes, interval timing, and action/habit systems. The current list of speakers includes (in alphabetical order): Kasia Bieszczad (Rutgers), Chris Cain (NYU Medical Center, Nathan Kline Institute), Vinn Campese (NYU), Ruth Colwill (Brown), Jon Crystal (Indiana University), Nathaniel Daw (Princeton), Alfredo Fontanini (SUNY – Stony Brook), David Glanzman (UCLA), Germund Hesslow (Lund University), Peter Holland (Johns Hopkins University), Rob Honey (Cardiff University), Karla Kaun (Brown), Matt Lattal (Oregon Health Sciences University), Mike Mauk (University of Texas – Austin), John McGann (Rutgers), Sean Ostlund (UC-Irvine), Cathy Rankin (University of British Columbia), Matthew Rausch (University of Maryland), Kerry Ressler (Emory University), Mike Saddoris (University of Colorado-Boulder), Geoff Schoenbaum (NIDA), Mike Shiflett (Rutgers-Newark), Regina Sullivan (NYU Medical Center, Nathan Kline Institute), Elizabeth Tricomi (Rutgers-Newark), Kate Wassum (UCLA).
Additional oral presentations will be included.
Abstract submission: Please use the following link to submit your information for the program. The deadline for abstracts is AUGUST 26th. For those giving invited presentations or who will contribute to symposia, please select the “invited” option. All others are welcome to submit a poster.
Submit your abstract here: http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Meeting registration: Meeting registration details can be found on the society web page: http://www.pavlovian.org (or http://campus.albion.edu/pavlovian/). You will be directed there upon completion of the abstract submission page. Early registration fees are $290 (full), $210 (post- doc), and $150 (student). These fees will go up by $30 each starting August 29, then after September 23 the on-site fees go into effect (Full – $380; Post-doc – $300; Student – $240). Please note the on-site/late registration fee is large and we encourage everyone to pre-register early for the meeting.
Student poster award: The society sponsors an award, which includes financial support for travel to the next meeting, for the best student poster presented. If you are presenting a poster and would like to be considered for the award, please check the appropriate box on the abstract submission form.
New York City and all of its attractions is a 5 minute ride on the PATH train (Exchange Place station). The Exchange Place station is right outside the hotel and the nearest stop in Manhattan is at the World Trade Center station. If you come a few days early or stay a few days after the meeting there is plenty of theater, music, food and sporting events to enjoy.
Housing and travel: Hotel reservations can be made online by clicking this link.
Note that the reservation period closes on September 2nd and a limited number of rooms are available at the discounted rate ($249/night for single or double occupancy, $274 for triple occupancy, and $299 for quadruple occupancy). I encourage you to book early. Our hotel room block will fill up fast.
Looking forward to seeing you all in Jersey City!
President of the Pavlovian Society