October 2015

 

 

 

 

First_StorySNL 2015 is Just Around the Corner!

 

We look forward to seeing you in Chicago next week for the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language. The meeting opens at 8:45 am on Thursday, October 15 with Opening Remarks from SNL President Nina Dronkers followed by the first Keynote address given by Dr. Susan Goldin-Meadow. Additional keynote lectures will be delivered by Dr. Marsel MesulamDr. Peter L. Strick, and Dr. Marcus Raichle throughout the program.

                                                                                                    

In addition to our four outstanding Keynote addresses, we have scheduled three platform sessions, six poster sessions and a new Invited Symposium on Language and the Aging Brain. Dr. Naftali Raj will open the symposium with an overview of the neurobiology of aging, followed by three of our own members discussing whether speech and language changes occur with age.

   

Arriving on Wednesday? Join your colleagues for an SNL Social Hour in the Venetian Room at The Drake Hotel beginning at 7:00 pm. We will hold another social hour on Friday evening, and, of course, don't forget the SNL Evening Reception on Thursday night! These social hours have been included by popular demand and have proven to be a great way to facilitate ongoing conversations and interactions among friends and colleagues.

 

To view the entire SNL 2015 lineup, visit the Scientific Program and Conference Schedule web pages. PDFs of the Printed Program (both with and without abstracts) are now available for download from the SNL Home Page.

 

Safe travels and we'll see you in Chicago!

 

Nina Dronkers, SNL Chair

Shauney Wilson, SNL Executive Director

 

 

 

    

 

SNL 2015

 October 15 - 17, 2015

Chicago, Illinois

 

 

In This Issue    

    

   

October Job Postings and Announcements

 

 

 

  

The Drake Hotel

 

 Job Postings & Announcements 

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JobPostingsJob Postings and Announcements

 

Open Rank Tenure Line Position in Linguistics at Northwestern University

 
The Department of Linguistics at Northwestern University seeks to fill a tenure-line position (open rank) with a start date of September 1, 2016. We are looking for candidates who pursue an integrated approach to the scientific study of language, utilizing experimental methods, corpus analysis, and/or computational modeling to inform linguistic theory and its applications. The candidate will join a vibrant interdisciplinary language sciences community including researchers from cognitive science, cognitive neuroscience, computer science, philosophy, psychology, and speech science.

We seek exceptional candidates with forward-looking research programs that hold the promise of future external funding. Applicants that wish to be considered for appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor are expected to have a record of excellence in research and teaching, success in obtaining external funding, and to have held both internal and external leadership roles. 

To receive fullest consideration, applications should arrive by December 1, 2015. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in Linguistics or a related field (e.g., Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Philosophy, Psychology, Speech and Hearing Sciences) by the start date. Please include a CV (including contact information), statements of research and teaching interests, reprints or other written work (including thesis chapters for ABD applicants), teaching evaluations (if available), and the names of three references (with their contact information). Please visit http://www.linguistics.northwestern.edu/ for online application instructions.

E-mail inquiries should be directed to Matt Goldrick, Chair ([email protected]). Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

  

Postdoc Scholar/Neuroscience of Language and Reading Department of Psychology at the Pennsylvania State University

 

Qualified individuals are invited to apply for a postdoctoral scholar position in the area of cognitive neuroscience and language/reading comprehension. The fellowship is supported by the NSF's Integrative Strategies for Understanding Neural and Cognitive Systems Program as part of the White House BRAIN initiative (see https://goo.gl/vYqstc). For an abstract of the research project, see http://goo.gl/IG2FJi.
 
The initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of renewal for second and third years. Salary and benefits are based on NSF guidelines, commensurate with experience and qualifications. A qualified candidate must hold a Ph.D. degree or have completed all of the requirements for a Ph.D. by the time of appointment with a desired area of study in cognitive neuroscience. Experience in functional MRI studies of language and/or literacy and technical experiences with MatLab, Unix/Linux, Python and MRI-related data processing skills are also desirable.

The successful candidate will join the PI`s research team to work on an integrative project in the neurocognitive study of language representation and processing, with particular reference to reading comprehension in first and second languages by children and adults. The project will be carried out in the Brain, Language, and Computation (BLC) Lab (http://blclab.org/) of the Department of Psychology at the Pennsylvania State University. The postdoc fellow will have ample opportunities to interact with several vibrant research communities at Penn State with which the BLC lab is closely associated, including the Center for Brain, Behavior, and Cognition (http://cbbc.psu.edu/), the Center for Language Science (http://cls.psu.edu), the Social, Life, and Engineering Sciences Imaging Center (http://www.imaging.psu.edu/), the Institute of the Neurosciences (https://goo.gl/kyw45O), and the Institute for CyberScience (http://ics.psu.edu/
 
Applicants should submit a CV, a cover letter with a brief statement of research experience and interests, and 2-3 recent publications (in PDF). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. The start date of the position is flexible although an early 2016 date is preferable.  Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/59675
 
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Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

 

Interventional Cognitive Neuroscience, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

 

Seeking 1-3 individuals to fill faculty positions of flexible rank, from junior (Research Associate) to senior (Professor) levels.  Appropriate candidates should have a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, or a comparable empirical discipline. The positions are potentially available immediately.  They will be within the Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology Group of the Department of Neurology of The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine.

The Cognitive Neurology/Neuropsychology Group is committed to targeted, long-term efforts to safely improve aspects of communication, speech, language, and all related cognitive skills (including aspects of cognitive control and self-awareness) in individuals who have failed to develop language normally (in particular, individuals with autism), lost speech and language functions, or who have developed amnesia and other disorders of learning/memory (see http://web.jhu.edu/cognitiveneurology/index.html  for a more complete summary of current and planned efforts).  Assessment methods are heavily weighted towards behavioral measures, and towards implicit measures (such as evoked potentials, eye movements, pupillometry).  The main interventional methods being studied are behavioral, transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), and a combination of the two.

We seek faculty capable of (a) managing, coordinating, and expanding existing efforts, and/or (b) developing new efforts in keeping with our general goals.  As currently envisioned, applicants should have expertise in theoretical and behavioral experimental methods related to one or more of the following areas:  (a)  lexical retrieval and word production,  (b) motor speech control, (c) human learning and memory, including amnesic conditions; and/or (d) executive functions/cognitive control, particularly the processes involved in 'elementary' decisions and choices.  However, other domains of expertise that are relevant to the overall efforts will be considered.  Applicants are also expected to have demonstrated expertise in oral and written communication, management skills, and an independent publication record.

  

The specific positions being offered (in particular, faculty rank and potential associated joint appointment(s)) will depend both upon the candidate's qualifications, and upon decisions by the appropriate committees within the Department and the University.  The positions and expected associated costs (e.g., research assistance) are fully funded from private source(s), pledged through 2016 at a minimum.  In their current formulation, these are pure research positions.  There are no teaching responsibilities.   Independent funding will allow independent efforts.   While full-time arrangements are anticipated, there is the possibility of part-time or other flexible arrangements.

Applicants are encouraged to contact Barry Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., Therapeutic Cognitive Neuroscience Professor, at 410-955-3407 (voice, 24/7), or via E-mail at [email protected], for any preliminary inquiries.

For a formal application, please send your CV and a letter of interests to [email protected].

The Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students.  All applicants who share this goal are encouraged to apply.

  

Tenure-track Faculty Position in Neurolinguistics or Psycholinguistics Specialty Areas: Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics

  

The University of Delaware Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in Neurolinguistics or Psycholinguistics at the rank of Assistant

Professor. The position is expected to begin September 1, 2016. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in linguistics or a related field, with a specialization in neurolinguistic or psycholinguistic research on language disorders and/or first language acquisition. The Ph.D. must be in hand prior to the start of the appointment.

We seek individuals who demonstrate the drive and vision to develop an innovative, cutting-edge, and internationally recognized research program in neurolinguistics or psycholinguistics with a focus on language disorders and/or first language acquisition. Preference will be given to scholars who can contribute to our undergraduate pre-professional program in speech/language pathology. Applicants who can conduct fundable research at the new UD Multi-Modal Imaging Center (http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2015/apr/functional-mri-042415.html), scheduled to open in the spring of 2016, are also particularly encouraged to apply. This 11,600 square foot research facility will house a Siemens 3T Magnetom Prisma scanner, and the suite will be equipped with state-of-the-art MR-compatible visual and auditory stimulation equipment, eye-tracking, response devices, and physiological measurement hardware.

The successful applicant will be expected to teach a subset of the following undergraduate courses: First Language Development, Introduction to Communication Disorders, Psycholinguistics, Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism, and general courses in linguistics and cognitive science. They will also be expected to offer graduate courses in areas of their specialization. The teaching load is 2+2. Other duties include supervision of graduate students, undergraduate student advising, involvement in curricular development, and performance of University and Department service.

Environment
The Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science ishoused in the University of Delaware's College of Arts and Sciences. The department runs an internationally-renowned PhD program in Linguistics, a Master's degree in Linguistics and Cognitive Science, a Bachelor of Science degree in Cognitive Science, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics. The Department also offers, via a university-wide Cognitive Science committee, an interdisciplinary Certificate in Cognitive Science as part of graduate degrees across schools and departments. The department has state-of-the-art laboratories in phonetics, phonology, and psycholinguistics, including a 128-channel ERP lab. The department is part of a university-wide cognitive science community, including a diverse set of researchers from various departments and colleges. The Department also has ties to a new Clinical Master's Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders, anticipated to begin admitting students in academic year 2016-2017. This program includes a new Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic (http://sites.udel.edu/cscd/clinic/ to open fall 2015.

 

The University of Delaware combines a rich historic legacy with a commitment to education and the latest in advanced technology. With external funding exceeding $200 million per year, the University ranks among the top 100 universities in federal R&D support for science and engineering. Enhanced by state-of-the-art facilities, research is conducted across all seven colleges and numerous interdisciplinary institutes and centers. Other relevant facilities on campus include the new 103,000 square foot Health Sciences Complex, a state-of-the-art facility that includes labs for human-based studies and an active outpatient clinic; a 194,000 square foot Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory; and the Delaware Technology Park, where entrepreneurial and academic research labs are co-located. The Delaware Health Sciences Alliance (DHSA), a partnership among the University of Delaware, Christiana Care Health System, Nemours / Al duPont Hospital for Children, and Thomas Jefferson University, provides infrastructure and opportunity for innovative clinical and translational collaborations.

Application Instructions

Applicants should apply online at www.interfolio.com and submit a cover letter, a statement of current and long-term research plans, a statement of teaching experience and philosophy, a CV, three representative research publications, and three letters of recommendation. Inquiries, but not application materials, should be emailed to Arild Hestvik, Chair of the Search Committee, [email protected]. Review of applications will begin on October 18, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled.

Application Deadline: 18-Oct-2015 (Open until filled)

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

Employment offers will be conditioned upon successful completion of a criminal background check. A conviction will not necessarily exclude you from employment.

The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer which encourages applications from Minority Group Members, Women, Individuals with Disabilities and Veterans. The University's Notice of Non-Discrimination can be found at http://www.udel.edu/aboutus/legalnotices.html

The University of Delaware does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation in its employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statutes and University policies.

The University of Delaware prohibits sexual harassment, including sexual violence. Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to:

Susan L. Groff, Ed. D.,
Director, Institutional Equity & Title IX Coordinator
305 Hullihen Hall, Newark, DE 19716
(302) 831-3666

For complaints related to Section 504of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, please contact:
Anne L. Jannarone, M.Ed., Ed.S.
Director, Office of Disability Support Services Alison Hall, Suite 130
Newark, DE 19716
(302) 831-4643 OR contact the U.S. Department of Education - Office for Civil Rights.


The Delaware Discrimination in Employment Act ("DDEA") prohibits discrimination against an applicant or employee based on pregnancy, childbirth, lactation or related conditions. If you believe that you have been subject to pregnancy discrimination or retaliation, please inform a manager as soon as reasonably possible. The University of Delaware is committed to providing a workplace free from discrimination, harassment and retaliation, and will take prompt action to investigate and remedy the situation, as necessary.

The DDEA also provides for reasonable accommodations of known limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth, and related conditions, provided that the accommodation does not impose an undue hardship on the university. An employee need not be disabled to request such an accommodation. If you have a known limitation related to pregnancy that impacts your ability to satisfactorily perform the essential duties of your job, please inform your supervisor so that we can promptly begin the process of identifying a reasonable accommodation. Employees are encouraged to request a reasonable accommodation as soon as the need arises and prior to any performance issues. Employees will not be retaliated against for requesting or using a reasonable accommodation.

2 Open-Rank Tenure-Track or Tenured Faculty Positions in Hearing Science and Cognitive Neuroscience at Arizona State University

 

The Department of Speech and Hearing Science at Arizona State University, Tempe Campus, is expanding in the areas of hearing science and cognitive neuroscience and invites applicants with expertise in those disciplines to apply for two open-rank tenure-track or tenured faculty positions starting August, 2016.

 

For the first position, we are seeking candidates whose areas of expertise will complement and augment our current research strengths in psychoacoustics, cochlear implants, auditory neurophysiology and pediatrics. Applicants whose interests lie in the domain of auditory behavioral neuroscience in healthy and clinical populations are encouraged to apply.

For the second position, we are seeking candidates whose areas of expertise will complement and augment our current research strengths in neuroimaging and neuropsychology in healthy and clinical populations. Applicants whose interests lie in the domain of cognitive or computational neuroscience related to brain-based disorders of auditory perception, language, or cognition are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities for both positions include research, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, mentoring PhD students, and participating in the service of the department, college, and University.

Interested applicants should submit the following: 1) cover letter, 2) teaching statement, 3) research statement, 4) curriculum vita, and 5) three letters of reference, along with the names and contact information of the individuals writing the letters. These materials should be sent via email to [email protected]. Please include "Faculty Hire" and expected rank in the subject line (e.g., Faculty hire - associate). For complete qualifications and application information, go to https://chs.asu.edu/faculty-employment/shs/tenure-track-faculty-open-rank. The initial deadline for applications is November 15, 2015. Applications will be reviewed weekly thereafter until the position is closed.

The Department of Speech and Hearing Science is housed in the College of Health Solutions and offers undergraduate Major and Minor degrees in Speech and Hearing Science, a Certificate for Speech-Language Pathologist Assistants, a Master's degree in Communication Disorders for SLPs, a clinical doctoral degree in Audiology (AuD), and a PhD degree in Speech and Hearing Science. The department also administers a large undergraduate program in American Sign Language. The Phoenix area has numerous clinical and research facilities available for collaboration including Barrow Neurological Institute, Mayo Clinic and other hospital systems, and ASU research institutes. For more information please visit our website at http://chs.asu.edu/shs.

Questions about these positions and/or the application process may be directed to the Chair of the search committee, Dr. Michael Dorman at [email protected] or to his administrative assistant Callen Shutters ([email protected]).

Junior faculty position in Language Science - University of CA, Irvine
Seeking candidates for a tenure-track assistant professor position in the area of language science. The position is particularly aimed at candidates who combine a strong background in theoretical linguistics with computational, psycholinguistic, neurolinguistic or logical approaches.
Apply online at https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF03107 with a cover letter indicating primary research and teaching interests, CV, three recent publications, three letters of recommendation, and a statement on previous and/or past contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion.

  

McGill University

The Department of Psychology at McGill University (http://www.mcgill.ca/psychology/) invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor level with an anticipated start date of September 1, 2016. We seek a candidate who addresses topics in human cognition/cognitive neuroscience by combining experimental approaches with quantitative, computational, or neuroscience methods. The candidate will be expected to teach courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels and to maintain an active program of research.

  

Review of applications will begin on October 28, 2015, and will continue until suitable candidates have been identified. Applicants should arrange for the following materials to be sent in electronic format [email protected]: (1) a curriculum vitae; (2) a brief statement of research interests; (3) a teaching statement; (4) copies of at most three scholarly papers; and (5) three confidential letters of recommendation.

  

McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It welcomes applications from Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, visible minorities, women, and others who may contribute to diversification. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.=

  

Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Neurobiology of Language and Memory, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

  

The Language, Cognition and Brain Sciences (LCBS) laboratory at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Postdoctoral Research Fellow to contribute to a range of research projects investigating the neurobiology of language in both healthy and language-impaired individuals. Applicants should have completed a PhD or have submitted a PhD for qualification in psychology, linguistics, cognitive neuroscience, speech pathology or an equivalent field, and have proven technical ability with a demonstrated publication track record in diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Appointment may be made at Level A or B, depending on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant. 

 

Work conducted within the lab focuses on investigating the neural and cognitive mechanisms responsible for language processing in healthy individuals, how these mechanisms are affected by brain tumours and stroke, and how language recovery can be facilitated by various treatments. It is anticipated that the appointee will work across a range of projects involving neuroimaging, brain stimulation, genetic and psycholinguistic methods. There will also be opportunity for the appointee to develop new projects and obtain competitive funding based on their own research interests, in alignment with the goals and interests of the lab.

The position will entail conducting research at the Herston Imaging Research Facility (HIRF), a purpose built state-of-the-art imaging centre. The HIRF is a joint initiative between the Queensland University of Technology, Metro North Hospital and Health Service, the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, the University of Queensland, and industry partner Siemens. The primary focus of HIRF is on research, with a 3 Tesla Siemens Prisma MRI equipped for cognitive neuroscience research (including a 64-channel BrainProducts MR-compatible EEG system), in addition to Siemens PET-MR and PET-CT systems.

Interested candidates should apply online via the  QUT website or Seek addressing the selection criteria.

The deadline for application is November 15, 2015. Questions regarding this position may be addressed to the lab director, Prof Greig de Zubicaray: [email protected]

 

Conferences and Workshops

 

University of South Carolina

 

The Institute for Mind and Brain at the University of South Carolina is organizing a one-day conference on Neural Plasticity and Learning,Friday, October 23, 2015, Columbia Convention Center, Columbia, South Carolina.

 

This is the first in a series of annual forums for highlighting current topics in neurocognition.  Presentations will address topics ranging from the basic science of neural plasticity to plasticity within specific cognitive domains (language, memory, motor learning), application of neuromodulatory tools to enhance plasticity and the role of neural plasticity in cognitive rehabilitation.

 

The conference features four external invited speakers (Paul Reber, Michal Ben-Shachar, Marcus Meinzer, and Gottfried Schlaug), as well as invited contributions by local researchers.  We are also inviting submissions for a poster session. 

 

 

Learning and Plasticity 2016 - first announcement

I wish to welcome you to the Learning and Plasticity (LaP) meeting (http://congress.utu.fi/lap/) that will be organized in April 2016 amongst the fells of the Finnish Lapland!

This is the second LaP meeting, inspired by the successful inaugural LaP conference last spring. This cross-disciplinary meeting connects psychological and neuroscience research on the mechanisms of learning and brain plasticity. These research areas are particularly active today and carry great importance both in terms of theoretical advances and translational research. The congress is organized by the Åbo Akademi University, the University of Turku, and the Turku Brain and Mind Center.

The congress program runs from 3pm to evening, enabling one to utilize the excellent possibilities for various winter sports and other outdoor activities during the long days in mid-April. Due to auditorium space, the number of participants is limited to 100. We hope to see you amongst the hundred!

On behalf of the Organizing Committee,

Matti Laine, PhD

Head of the Organizing Committee

Professor, Department of Psychology, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland

IMPORTANT DEADLINES:

- Abstract submission by the end of Monday (Eastern European Time) February 1st, 2016.

- Congress registration for an early-bird fee by the end of Tuesday (Eastern European Time) March 1st, 2016 For further information, please see the congress website:

 

The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing

 

Abstract submission is now open!

The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing will be hosted by the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. The conference will be held March 3-5, 2016 at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center in Gainesville. The conference focuses on the comprehension, production, and acquisition of language at the sentence level, traditionally drawing researchers from linguistics, cognitive science, computer science, education, neuroscience, and philosophy.

The theme of the 2016 special session is "Language Variation Within and Across Speakers". Language variation is a challenge for language acquisition and processing models. How do listeners/readers realize that different utterances are different ways of saying the same thing, rather than different things? How do speakers/listeners determine which option is more appropriate or relevant given the context and whom they are talking to? The aim of the special session of the 2016 CUNY conference is to increase awareness regarding language variation in general, and its importance for psycholinguistic research more specifically, by giving an overview of the state-of-the-art research on language variation, particularly in bilinguals. Submissions need not be related to the special session topic, but contributions that

relate to language variation are strongly encouraged.

Abstracts can be submitted through the website: cuny2016.lin.ufl.edu

Deadline for abstracts (paper and poster presentations): Sunday, November 8, 2015

For more information, please contact [email protected]

 

AMLaP conference

 

We are pleased to announce the 22nd AMLaP conference, Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, which will take place in Bilbao, Spain, on September 1-3, 2016.

 

AMLaP 2016 aims to bring together psychological, computational, and theoretical perspectives on the cognitive mechanisms underlying any aspect of human language processing. Contributions to AMLaP which explicitly relate empirical and experimental findings to cognitive mechanisms of language processing are especially encouraged.

 

Topics relevant to the conference include (but are not limited to):

 - bilingual language processing

- computational models (symbolic and connectionist)

- corpus-based studies and statistical mechanisms

- cross-linguistic studies

- dialogue processing

- discourse

- language comprehension

- language production

- lexical processing

- learning mechanisms

- models of acquisition

- neurobiology of language processing

- parsing and interpretation

- pragmatics

- prosody

- semantic processing

 

 The conference will include keynote speakers, regular talks, panel discussions, and poster sessions.

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

*            Anne-Lise Giraud - University of Geneva, Switzerland

*            N. Bonnie Nozari - Johns Hopkins University, USA

*            Robert T. Knight - UC Berkeley, USA

 

For further information please visit http://www.bcbl.eu/events/amlap2016.

 

We look forward to seeing you at the conference.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Manuel Carreiras

Director BCBL - Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:

 

Abstract deadline: April 15th, 2016.

Notification of abstract acceptance: May 15th, 2016.

Early registration deadline: June 15th, 2016.

Online registration deadline: July 15th, 2016.

Conference dates: September 1 - 3, 2016