Time to Submit to the 2019 Society for the Neuroscience of Creativity (SfNC) Meeting

If the creative brain is your scene, submissions are now open for the 5th Meeting of the Society for the Neuroscience of Creativity (SfNC). The 2019 SfNC meeting will be held on Friday, March 22 in San Francisco, CA, at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, preceding the Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting (March 23-26, 2019).


Keynote speakers include Russ Poldrack, Charles Limb, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, and James Kaufman.

The SfNC meeting is an ideal setting to meet and reconnect with other creativity researchers and educators, present your work, and stay up-to-date with recent developments in the cognitive and brain-based study of creativity. We welcome submissions from junior and senior scholars, including researchers and educators. A limited number of travel awards are available.

How to Submit

  1. You may submit a Talk, or Poster Presentation
  2. Please include the following information in your proposal: A title for your presentation, names and affiliations of the authors, an email address for correspondence, an abstract of up to 1700 characters (approximately 250 words)
  3. Submit your abstract here: https://ucsbltsc.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eqvK6TECL2Jjc3j

Submissions are now open and will be accepted until January 5th, 2019

Travel Awards

A limited number of NSF-funded travel awards will be available to trainees (students, post-docs) and to education practitioners. To apply for a travel award, please submit a single PDF document (file name Lastname_FirstName initial) here: https://ucsbltsc.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6mvqO1XEUC4G9yB including: (1) Your CV, and (2) A one- page statement that addresses the following:

  1. The location/institution from which you will be traveling
  2. Your primary goal and/or motivation for attending the meeting
  3. Whether you want to be considered as a trainee (student/post-doc) OR as an educator (please be clear).

If you are a trainee, describe how your current or future work will advance research questions relevant to creativity research and/or connections between creativity research and education. If you are an educator, describe how your participation in the meeting will be relevant to your educational practice.

See you there!

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