VENUE: The chief venue for Papers and Posters will at the Room Dussane, the Ecole normale supérieure d’Ulm, Paris.
LANGUAGE: The official language of the ISHN conference is English.
ACCOMMODATION: A range of hotels close to the conference venue have been listed on the meeting website. See the hotel list at www.ishn.org
REGISTRATION: The following information about estimated registration fees is to help you plan your budget; note that fees listed here are approximate and offered only as a guide, subject to change. The estimated ISHN Full Member conference fee is $150 (100 €). This includes the use of conference facilities and social events. Non-member registration will be a higher fee; accompanying person fees will be lower. The fee for the annual banquet is to be determined. There will be a 50% discount on all registration costs (but not accommodation costs) for bona fide students. Registration will be required for attendance. In order for the organizers to arrange for adequate seating and refreshments at social events, registration fees will be due on or before a later-announced date in 2010. Those who register late will be charged at a higher rate.
Instructions for Abstract Submission
R DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Abstracts must be received on or before
The final program will be announced in early March.
R ABSTRACT FORMAT: Please include the following information
- Title of your paper
- Full name, affiliation, e-mail addresses (all authors), address, phone, fax
- Abstract (300 words maximum)
- Specify preference for Platform or Poster presentation.
- AudioVisual and IT requirements. Powerpoint presentations welcomed.
R SUBMISSION: Abstracts may be submitted either by e-mail with the abstract sent as an attached Word file or via post.
R MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENT. Please note all papers must have at least one author who is a current member of ISHN. Online membership forms can be found athttp://www.ishn.org or contact the Secretary: Laurie Swan 703 26th Avenue SW Puyallup, Washington 98373 USA Phone: 1-253-209-7837 Fax: 1-310-825-0465
Sherry Ginn (USA), Paul Foley (Australia), Peter Koelher (The Netherlands), Frank Stahnisch (Canada), Marco Piccolino (Italy), François Clarac (France), Jacques Poirier (France), J.G. Barbara (France), Claude Debru (France), Pierre Buser (France), Michel Meulders (Belgium), Marjorie Lorch (UK).
The ishn encourages all presenters to submit completed papers to the society’s official publication, the Journal of the History of the Neurosciences : Basic and Clinical Perspectives. We especially urge members to recommend the journal to their institutions' libraries, as the core English-language journal of the history of the neurosciences. Institutional subscriptions include both print and online editions.