Why Join?

J. B. Johnston Club members are welcome to join our annual meeting which is held on the two days before the opening day of the meetings of the Society for Neuroscience.

J. B. Johnston Club members may submit proposals for presenting on the first day of the annual meeting at the Karger Workshop, sponsored by S. Karger AG. The Workshop is a one-day symposium. The Proceedings of the Workshop are published as a special issue of Brain, Behavior and Evolution, the J. B. Johnston Club’s official journal.

The second day of the annual meeting, J. B. Johnston Club members are welcome to present their work. These presentations focus on ideas, rather than data, and provocative discussion is encouraged. The Abstracts of these presentations are published in an issue of Brain, Behavior, and Evolution before the annual meeting.

Dues-paying members of the J. B. Johnston Club pay no page charges for their first Brain, Behavior and Evolution paper each year. Club members also get a special discount on personal subscriptions. Click here to learn more about Club subscription pricing.

The purpose of the J. B. Johnston Club is to provide a forum for the exchange of scientific information in the field of comparative and evolutionary neurobiology. Membership in the J. B. Johnston Club is open to any individual interested in comparative and evolutionary neurobiology. Members must pay dues, however. Only members of the J. B. Johnston Club may attend the Karger Workshop or the regular meeting of JBJC. Accordingly, only members may submit proposals for Karger Workshops and be eligible to organize same, and only members may submit abstracts and be considered to present on the second day of the meeting.

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