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Call for Abstract Important Dates and Guidelines

Important Dates

Call for Abstracts Opens: Monday, January 28, 2019
Call for Abstracts Closes: April 5, 2109
Notification of Acceptance: April 22, 2019
Conference Dates: September 11-14, 2019

All submitted abstracts will be anonymized and peer-reviewed by members of our Conference Planning Faculty. Please note that submission of an abstract does not guarantee acceptance. The abstract may be accepted in the original format submitted, or moved to another category.

Once notified of acceptance, the presenting author will need to register for the conference.

Abstracts themes are as follows:

  • Epilepsy
  • Neurological conditions (excluding epilepsy)
  • Psychiatric conditions including PTSD
  • Functional mapping, neurosurgical applications
  • Cognition, language, memory
  • Perception, sensation, pain
  • Computational and analytical approaches
  • Connectivity and brain networks
  • Other methodologies and modalities, including TMS

Abstract Submission Guidelines

All Submissions MUST include:

  • Presenting / Contact Author(s) Information, including given name, surname and affiliation (institution and/or organization name) and email address.
    Note: This person will receive all information concerning the abstract. It is his/her responsibility to communicate this information to the co-authors.
  • Co-Authors (max of 5): Given names, surnames and affiliations (institution/organization) of all other authors should be included.
  • Abstract Theme (see Above, select only one per abstract submission)
  • Abstract Format/Type Preference: (select only one per abstract submission):
    • Oral
    • Poster
    • Either

    Please be clear and concise. Abstracts should be structured with subheadings to clearly display the required sections (see submission formatting below for oral and poster presentations).

    Submission Formatting:

    Oral Presentations

    15 minutes total: 10-minute presentation, 5 minutes for questions
    Note: Abstracts exceeding the maximum length of 250 words will not be considered.
    Submission Formatting:

    • Title of Abstract
    • An abstract of a maximum of 250 words plus a maximum of 6 key words.
    • Abstracts should use the following subheadings:
    • Background and Purpose/Objectives
    • Methods – For research studies this should include study design, methods and analyses
    • Results
    • Conclusions

    Poster Presentations

    Abstract represented in poster or e-poster format (you will be notified at acceptance)
    Note: Abstracts exceeding the maximum length will not be considered.
    Submission Formatting:

    • Title of Abstract
    • An abstract of a maximum of 250 words plus a maximum of 6 key words.
    • Abstracts should use the following subheadings:
    • Background and Purpose/Objectives
    • Methods – For research studies this should include study design, methods and analyses
    • Results
    • Conclusions

    Additional Details

    Correspondence will be with submitting author ONLY.