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2012 SBN Annual Meeting
June 15 -18, Madison, Wisconsin


It is a great pleasure to invite you to Madison, Wisconsin for the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology to be held from June 15 - 18, 2012. The meeting will take place at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Monona Terrace located in the heart of downtown Madison on the shore of Lake Monona. http://www.mononaterrace.com/

Local Organizers:
Anthony P. Auger (apauger@wisc.edu)
Catherine J. Auger (cauger@wisc.edu)
Lauren V. Riters (lvriters@wisc.edu)

Caption: From foreground to background, Lake Monona, the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center, the Wisconsin State Capitol and Lake Mendota. On the horizon at upper left is Picnic Point, part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. (Photo by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)

Click here for a download of the 2012 Program Book (Now Available - Members Only)

Click here for a detailed schedule of the Scientific Program for the 2012 SBN Annual Meeting.

Click here to download the Program Schedule for Talks and Posters at the 2012 SBN Annual Meeting.

Click here for Poster Information.

Click here for Abstract Submissions (including Poster, Travel, and Young Investigator) for the 2012 SBN Annual Meeting.

Congratulations to the 2012 Travel Award Winners!

Undergraduates:        
Ellen DeGennaro
Emily Starr-Phillips
Vassar College
Smith College
     

Graduate Students:        
Kalpana Acharya
Adriene Beltz
Catherine Jensen
Tracy Bedrosian
Kathleen Casto
Kimberly Cox
Melanie Jouhanneau
Kent State University
Pennsylvania State University
Columbia University
Ohio State University
James Madison University/Emory
University of Virginia
University of Tours, France
  Mariam Okhovat
James Walton
Margaret Bell
Jenna McHenry
David Piekarski
Eila Roberts
Tessa Solomon-Lane
University of Texas, Austin
Ohio Sate University
Michigan State University
Florida State University
University of California, Berkeley
University of Michigan/Yale
Georgia State University

Post Doctoral Fellows:        
Joseph Oberlander
Danielle Stolzenberg
Dartmouth College
University of Virginia
     
         


Congratulations to the 2012 Young Investigator Awardees!

Post Doctoral Fellows:

Laura Been, University of Minnesota
DISSOCIATED FUNCTIONAL PATHWAYS FOR APPETITIVE AND CONSUMMATORY REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIORS IN MALE HAMSTERS

Catherine Crockford, University of St. Andrews
OXYTOCIN INVOLVEMENT IN BONDING OF UNRELATED CHIMPANZEES

Nafissa Ismail,  Post Doc, University of Massachusetts
IMMUNE CHALLENGE DURING PUBERTY: BEHAVIORAL AND NEURAL ALTERATIONS


Graduate Students:

Laura Fonken,  Ohio State University
LIGHT AT NIGHT AFFECTS CARDIAC ARREST OUTCOME

Vasiliki Michopoulos, Emory University
PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS INDUCES DISTINCT PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHENOTYPES IN FEMALE RHESUS MONKEYS

Kyle Pitchers, University of Michigan
SEX, DRUGS AND NEUROPLASTICITY


Click here to Register for the 2012 SBN Annual Meeting.

Click here for Madison Tourism information.

Click here to view the Travel Guide: Getting to Madison

Click here to view Family Attractions

Left to Right: Madison’s famous State Street, a pedestrian road which connects the State capital building to the University of Wisconsin. State Street has over 300 shops, most of which are a mixture of local restaurants, bars, clothing stores, coffee shops, and book stores. State Street ends one block away from the University of Wisconsin Madison Memorial Union Terrace on Lake Mendota; on the horizon is the Wisconsin State Capitol. Bucky Badger catching up on some reading on UW’s Bascom Hill. UW Madison’s yummy Babcock hall ice cream. The Dane County Farmers Market located around the Capital.
UW-Madison Photos: Jeff Miller/Bryce Richter

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING HOUSING:

Dear Conference Attendees,

We have negotiated the following rates for the Hilton Madison Monona Terrace.

$192 night for single, double, triple, and quad rate rooms
Group Information
Group Name: Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
Group Code: SBN
Hotel Name: Hilton Madison Monona Terrace
Hotel Address: 9 East Wilson Street, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703
Phone Number: 1-608-255-5100

To receive our conference rates you must follow the “BOOK A ROOM” link on the housing page.
http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/M/MSNMHHF-SBN-20120613/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

We hope you will choose to stay with us at the Hilton Madison Monona Terrace, as these rates are favorable for the city at this time of year, the hotel is at the meeting site, and is located near outstanding downtown restaurants and other great venues for establishing social and scientific connections.

We look forward to seeing you in Madison!

Sincerely,

The Local Organizing Committee

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