Volunteer committee members provide expertise, develop and oversee projects, and help Council and SfN staff effectively represent and serve SfN members.

They are nominated and elected by SfN members. Committee terms vary and officially begin at SfN’s annual meeting.

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Learn about each committee and how you can get involved:

Audit Committee

Committee on Animals in Research

Committee on Committees

Committee on Neuroscience Departments and Programs

Ethics Committee

Executive Committee

Finance Committee

Global Membership Committee

Government and Public Affairs Committee

Investment Committee

Nominating Committee

Professional Development Committee

Program Committee

Public Education and Communication Committee

Scientific Publications Committee

Trainee Advisory Committee

Committee Clusters

Several committees are organized into clusters to enable them to coordinate work and communication where appropriate.

  • Financial Management Cluster: Audit Committee, Finance Committee, and Investment Committee
  • Membership Engagement Cluster:  Global Membership Committee and Trainee Advisory Committee
  • Professional Development and Training Cluster: Committee on Neuroscience Departments and Programs and Professional Development Committee.
  • Public Outreach Cluster: Committee on Animals in Research, Government and Public Affairs Committee, and Public Education and Communication Committee.
  • Scientific Publishing Cluster:  Ethics Committee and Scientific Publications Committee

Volunteer Service Letter

Request a letter documenting your service as an SfN volunteer. Service includes time spent as a committee member, Brain Awareness Week volunteer, and volunteering in other capacities.

Source: Committees

Via: Google Alert for Neuroscience

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