TRF2

2nd Conference of the Timing Research Forum: October 15-17, 2019 in Mexico

We are excited to share the official website for TRF2 and announce the call for abstracts. Abstract and symposium submission closes on May 25 May 10, 2019 and relevant details can be found on the website.

Registration is now open!
For any questions, feel free to contact us at: trf2mexico@gmail.com or trf@timingforum.org.

Call for Reviewer Nominations: we would like to invite researchers (who hold a PhD and have one or more timing papers) to nominate themselves to help us with reviewing TRF2 abstracts. Early career researchers are especially welcome to nominate themselves for the review process. 

We look forward to your submissions and seeing you at TRF2!


TRF2 will be organized by Hugo Merchant and held at the Institute of Neurobiology, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico at the Juriquilla Campus in Queretaro. You can view a copy of the TRF2 presentation by Hugo Merchant here.

Thank you all for sharing your preferred dates for TRF2 via the poll. After considering all 100+ responses, we are excited to announce that TRF2 will be held from October 15-17, 2019 in Queretaro, Mexico. Save the date!
Further announcements about registration and abstract submissions will be shared soon.

We look forward to build upon the emphatic success of TRF1 and hope to see the timing community come together again in Mexico!


We are pleased to announce that the TRF2 ECR Keynote will be given by Albert Tsao from Stanford University. He will talk about research conducted during his PhD in the Moser group at NTNU as described in his paper – Tsao et al. (2018; Nature) Integrating time from experience in the lateral entorhinal cortex.

We thank everyone who voted in our TRF2 ECR Keynote Award poll, and look forward to learning more about Albert’s important contribution to timing research!


We are also excited to share our lineup of Keynote Speakers for TRF2!
We have Kia Nobre (Oxford University) and Mehrdad Jazayeri (MIT) join Albert Tsao as our Keynote Speakers!


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