Learning and Memory 2018
In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at UC Irvine, we will be hosting a major international conference on the neurobiology of learning and memory.
We are now accepting submissions for symposia, open paper talks, lightning talks and posters and will continue to do so until September 1, 2017. Since space is limited, priority will be given to earlier submissions.
Registration and Housing
We are expecting 800-1000 attendees. Early registration is strongly advised. Traveling attendees are advised to book at the conference hotel. The hotel has reserved a block of rooms for conference attendees at a special rate. Click here for more information about travel/lodging.
Early-bird registration (July 1, 2017 - Sept30, 2017)
Regular registration (Oct 1, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017)
Late/Onsite registration (Dec 1, 2017 and beyond)
The Conference dates are April 18-22, 2018
The Conference venue will be The Waterfront Beach Resort, A Hilton Hotel in Huntington Beach, CA.
Continuing medical education (CME)
This conference has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Up to 43 CME credits can be earned during this 5-day conference. Separate registration is required. Click here to learn more about CME registration.
Exhibit. Advertise. Sponsor
Special discounted registration available for exhibitors. Discounts available also for local businesses, government agencies and academic publishers. See our sponsorship page for details.
Note: Professor Howard Eichenbaum, memory research pioneer, dear friend, and long-time colleague passed away on July 21, 2017 following spinal surgery. We are profoundly saddened by this tremendous loss and wish his family, friends and colleagues take comfort in knowing he was well loved, appreciated and deeply respected within the scientific community. Professor Eichenbaum was one of the first to confirm his participation as a plenary speaker in the conference and we will do our best to honor his memory at the conference itself. More details will be forthcoming.
University College London
University of Edinburgh
University of Arizona
New York University
National Institute on Aging
Director, Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience
NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
Edvard Moser is a professor of neuroscience and director of the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience in Trondheim. He is interested in how spatial location and spatial memory are computed in the brain. His work, conducted with May-Britt Moser as a long-term collaborator, includes the discovery of grid cells in the entorhinal cortex, which provides the first clues to a neural mechanism for the metric of spatial mapping.
He shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2014 with May-Britt Moser and John O'Keefe for their work identifying the cells that make up the brain's positioning system.
Want to present at the conference?
Abstract and symposium submission now open!
Interested in exhibiting or sponsorship?
Many options to support the conference available.