Registration Info

Registration is now open for the 2019 International Society of Neurogastronomy Symposium!


The 2019 International Society of Neurogastronomy Symposium is being held as a satellite event with the Health Meets Food Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The “Register Today!” button will take you to a joint registration page.

All registration information for the 2019 Health Meets Food Conference applies to the 2019 International Society of Neurogastronomy Symposium, including lodging information.


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Travel Awards

ISN 2019 meeting: Travel grants for Trainees and Persons from Underrepresented Groups

Funds from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders in the National Institutes of Health allow ISN to offer travel awards for attending the 2019 ISN meeting. In past years nearly all eligible applicants have received awards. Applicants must be either:

1. Underrepresented persons who study or work in neurogastronomy, or a field related to neurogastronomy. Persons of recognized minority groups, disabled persons, and veterans are eligible, or

2. Trainees in a field of science or a profession with a relationship to neurogastronomy. Students, postdoctoral trainees, and clinical fellows are eligible.

Rules and procedures

1. Submission deadline is midnight EST May 30, 2019, but early applicants gain preference.

2. Prepare a 1 page cover letter explaining your reason for requesting a travel award and the relevance of your training or profession to neurogastronomy. In this letter, provide estimates of the following costs: travel, lodging, registration (quotes or receipts are not required for pre-meeting estimates). Trainees should also provide contact information for two persons capable of verifying trainee status. Include your surname in the file name of your letter.

3. Prepare a resume or curriculum vita and include your surname in the file name.

4. Submit these two files (PDF or DOCX) as attachments to: societyneurogastronomy@gmail.com

Award rules and other information

Awards may be used to cover only travel within North America, lodging, and meeting registration. Award amounts will vary according to need. Notification of awards is done on a rolling basis as applications are received, but the last notifications are scheduled to occur on June 6, 2019. Please note that awards paid are for actual costs incurred and are paid as reimbursements after submission of receipts following the meeting.

Funds from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders in the National Institutes of Health allow ISN to offer travel awards to citizens of the USA (or holders of green cards) for attending the 2019 ISN meeting.  In past years nearly all eligible applicants have received awards.  Applicants must be either:

1. Underrepresented persons who study or work in neurogastronomy, or a field related to neurogastronomy. Persons of recognized minority groups, disabled persons, and veterans are eligible.

2. Trainees in a field of science or a profession with a relationship to neurogastronomy.  Students, postdoctoral trainees, and clinical fellows are eligible.


Accreditation

CE/CME:  This educational activity will be certified for continuing education for physicians, pharmacists, dietitians and nurses by the North American Center for Continuing Medical Education (NACCME).

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Hotel Accommodations

This year’s conference will be held at the New Orleans Culinary and Hospitality Institute (NOCHI) and the Sheraton Hotel.

We have secured a great rate for rooms and you can book right this very minute.  There will be limited rooms so book your room as soon as possible to make sure that you don’t miss out.

Make your reservations by calling Marriott reservations 1-888-627-7033 or directly with the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel at 504-525-2500.