ASN * American Society for Neurochemistry
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If you're attending ASN 2017, be sure to download the official conference app!

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The app helps you navigate the conference schedule and allows you to create your own customized schedule within the app. In addition, you can follow the app activity feed to see posts from other attendees and follow conference news. The app allows for posting to social media accounts.  The ASN app works on iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. A Web-based version is available for Blackberries, Windows phones and laptops. If you use the link below you'll be automatically redirected to the correct version. 

CREATING YOUR PERSONAL AGENDA AND MAKING NOTES

  • When you tap the "Add to my agenda" button in a session you link the session to your personal agenda. And all of your notes are gathered together there too.
  • To make a note, just scroll to the bottom of the session and start typing.
  • To access your agenda use the calendar button at the top right of most screens.
  • Your agenda is available as a daily calendar or a single list, along with your notes.
  • To export your notes and agenda use the toolbar button in the Notes section of the Agenda page. You can also export session details and notes in the same way.

SOCIAL MEDIA

The app has a built in Twitter and Facebook feed which shows all recent posts. If you have a Twitter or Facebook account you can reply or write your own messages. And there's a camera button on the page that lets you take and post photos as well!

ASN 2017 App QRINSTRUCTIONS FOR DOWNLOADING:

To download the app onto your mobile device, search for "ASN 2017" in the Apple or Google Play app stores and download the app, allowing for permissions requested by the app.

 For attendees who have Windows or Blackberry phones or do not have a smartphone, a web-based version of the app is available at http://bit.ly/ASNapp.  

If you have a QR reader on your phone, just scan the QR code on the right.  The url and QR code are only for use on iPhones, iPads and Android devices

If you have trouble finding the app for any reason, please go to http://bit.ly/ASNapp on an iPhone, iPad or Android device 
(not a desktop or laptop) or scan the QR code below.  You will be taken to the correct app store to download the app.
The url is case sensitive.

 

 

 

If you are attending ASN 2016, you’ll want to have the official conference app on your mobile device. The app helps you navigate the conference schedule and allows you to create your own customized schedule within the app. In addition, you can follow the app activity feed to see posts from other attendees and follow conference news. The app allows for posting to social media accounts and connecting directly with other conference attendees. Check the conference maps in the app and bookmark items and sessions of interest.

The ASN 2016 app works on most mobile platforms, including iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. A Web-based version is available for Blackberries and Windows phones.

Please note that the mobile app will be replacing the printed program this year in an effort to be more eco-conscious. Printed mini-agendas with basic schedule details will be available onsite, but will not include all of the information featured in the mobile app.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOWNLOADING:

 

ISN

Annual Meeting

www.neurochemistry.org

 

HeartBrainSymp

The Heart & Brain Symposium

June 28-30, 2018

Chicago, USA

Abstract Submission Deadline: January 31, 2018

Early Registration Deadline: April 11, 2018

http://hbs.kenes.com

The Heart & Brain Symposium offers a comprehensive guide to primary and secondary cardioembolic stroke prevention and other heart-brain conditions. Highlights will include interactive case studies on complicated patients that requires teamwork across the cardiology and neurology departments - including PFO, ablation, and occluders - as well as debates on treatment where there is a lack of clear guidelines. The symposium will be the ideal meeting point for the important exchange of knowledge and expertise between Cardiology and Neurology.

Chair: Prof. Natan Bornstein

Core Organizing Committee: Prof. Marc Fisher, Prof. Christopher Granger, Prof. Jonathan Halperin, Dr. Ayrton Massaro, Prof. Ralph L. Sacco, and Prof. Jeffrey Saver

 

 

ASN High School Science Day - March 22, 2011

 

Agenda: click here to download the High School Science Day Program

. 8:30 am Check-in and Refreshments
. 9:00 am Welcome/Opening Remarks
. 9:30 am Learning and Memory: How It Works and When It Doesn't
11:30 am Research Poster Presentations
12:30 pm Lunch
. 1:15 pm Panel Discussion with Neurochemistry Scientists
. 2:00 pm Program End/Certificates

link to the NIH Science Education Nation Web site
link to the National Lab Network