We are pleased to announce the 2018 Annual Meeting will take place in the majestic city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Annual Meeting will take place May 1 – 4, 2018 at the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder and is preceded by a Satellite Meeting on Monday April 30, 2018.
Please plan to attend the 28th Annual Meeting from May 1 – 4, 2018 in the majestic and spectacular city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The 2018 meeting will be preceded by a Satellite Meeting on Monday April 30, 2018. Both meetings will be held at the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder.
Situated under the picturesque Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder is conveniently located only 15 minutes from downtown Santa Fe, and about an hour from Albuquerque International Airport. Guests of Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder can expect a first-class experience with excellent staff and state of the art facilities, including a 3 x 9-hole golf courses and the Wo’P’In Spa featuring nourishing Native American-inspired treatments.
Santa Fe, New Mexico is celebrated for its clean, mountain air, amazing blue skies and 1.6 million acres of public land. Santa Fe is located 7,000 feet above sea level at the base of the southern Rocky Mountains. Santa Fe was founded in 1610 and is the second oldest city in the United States and is considered both the highest and oldest capital city in America.
Hotel reservations are now being accepted for NCM delegates. Register early to ensure you are booked through the hotel block. Click here to book hotel!
See you in Santa Fe!
NCM’s Board welcomes suggestions for one or two day Satellite Meetings in conjunction with future Annual Meetings. Please discuss your ideas with NCM Board Members to formulate an early plan/proposal, and bring this to the NCM President for further consideration..
NCM provides the opportunity for members to suggest prominent colleagues in the field of neuroscience who would be suitable candidates to provide a Keynote Address during an Annual Meeting. The Keynote is an invited lecture delivered by a prominent colleague whose contributions to neuroscience are widely acknowledged. Individuals and topics outside the normal NCM community are encouraged.