Thank you to our 2018 Partners!
- Fundamental neurobiology of memory systems
- Memory loss in aging and dementia
- Spatial navigation and spatial memory
- Temporal processing and memory for time
- Brain rhythms and oscillations
- Sleep and links to brain health and disease states
- Epilepsy and neurological disorders
- Stress and psychiatric illness
- Drug addiction and relapse
- Learning and memory in everyday life
- Neuroscience and education
- Open science and open publishing
- The future of neuroscience
This conference has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Up to 43 Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits are INCLUDED for all attendees, courtesy of the UC Irvine School of Medicine.
Advertise . Sponsor . Exhibit
The 2018 International Conference on Learning and Memory offers a number of opportunities to advertise your brand or business, exhibit during the conference to attendees, or to exclusively sponsor (i.e. underwrite) a portion of the meeting.
The Irvine Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (CNLM) is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization committed to understanding how we learn and remember information. This basic knowledge is used to understand how the mechanisms by which neurological diseases occur and develop ways to prevent and treat them. The Center is headquartered at UC Irvine, but membership is international and diverse. With over seventy scientists and their laboratories, the total CNLM membership exceeds 500 individuals. In addition, the Center is intimately tied with the international neuroscientific community as well as the local and regional communities in Southern California.
The International Meeting on learning and Memory is quinquennial (every five years) meeting and captures the most current trends in the field by inviting the world's leading scientists to share the latest studies in the brain basis of learning and memory.
The four-day program is filled with plenary speakers, symposia, awards, posters and special events and covers all aspects of learning and memory. And most importantly the opportunity to connect with colleagues.
This year's agenda is filled with special highlight talks from the world's most renowned scientists, including 2014 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, Professor Edvard Moser. See list of keynote speakers on homepage.
Who attends the CNLM International Meetings?
- Researchers and Educators
- Academic Administrators
- Faculty at Top Colleges and Universities
- Clinical Researchers
- Physicians and Clinical practitioners
- Business and Management Consultants
- Academic and Scientific Publishers
- Technology Companies
- Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Companies
- Government Agencies
- Data and Research Service Providers
- Scientific Societies and Organizations
Ways to Partner with us
As a Sponsor, your organization will have high visibility among scientists, educators, and other professionals. Your logo will be displayed prominently in meeting signs, online, and in our program book.
Advertising opportunities let you reach the best and brightest in the field. Advertise during the meeting and reach over 800 attendees. Advertise before and after the meeting using our electronic media outlets and reach over 10,000 scientists, including via email, Twitter and other modes!
Exhibit with us!
Exhibit with us and see steady traffic through the Exhibit Hall with poster sessions throughout the day and coffee breaks located near the exhibits.
Bundle sponsorship, advertising, and exhibiting for the most exposure to attendees and the extended CNLM network.
Ready to find out more?
Download our partnership prospectus for more information
If you've received an invoice and are ready to make a payment, you can use the web portal on the right to submit your credit card payment. If you have not received an invoice number yet, please contact us at [email protected] or 949.824.5193 to finalize your contract.
To discuss possibilities or inquire about sponsorship options, please contact us at [email protected] or 949.824.5193
Thank you to our partners!
The 2018 International Conference on Learning and Memory would not be possible without financial and logistical support from the University of California Irvine including the Schools of Biological Sciences, Medicine, Social Sciences, Social Ecology, and Nursing, the Office of Research and the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior. Generous support also comes from Dr. Renee Harwick, a long-time supporter of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. We are delighted to have the support of our nonprofit and commercial partners below. In particular, we thank Frontiers in Neuroscience for being our partner and headlining sponsor.