Abstract Submission Zurich 2018

 

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION for IPEG Meeting 2018 in Zurich

 

Please submit your abstract for a symposium, an oral presentation or a poster* until 31st August 2018!

 

Use the following template and send it to conference@ipeg-society.org

 

Symposium

Symposia on relevant topics with up to four speakers can be submitted. Total time of a symposium is 120 minutes, including discussions. Specified contributors for symposia apply for the WHM prize. 250€ will be provided for every symposium (in total) as an add on for e.g. travel fees. The chair of the symposium has to decide on the usage of the amount.

 

Template for Symposium Submission:Download

 

 

Oral Presentations

Oral presentation can be submitted for relevant talks with a duration of 15-20 minutes, including discussion. Oral presentations will be pooled into topics to make up oral presentation sessions. Oral submission apply for the WHM prize.

 

Template for Oral Presentation: Download

 

 

Posters

Posters will be presented in a dedicated poster hall during the meeting. There will be a special poster event with the possibility to present the poster to the audience. Poster submissions apply for the WHM prize.

Template for Poster Presentation: Download

 

 

SEND YOUR SUBMISSION TO conference@ipeg-society.org

 

 

The IPEG Board and the Organization Board will review all submissions and within an peer-reviewed approach we will select the most relevant submissions. It may be possible that we will change a submissoin type from e.g. oral presentation to poster or suggest a poster submission to make an oral presentation.

 

*Please be aware that the IPEG is a non-profit organization and cannot wave registration fees for speakers. 

 

 

Submissions

 

To submit an abstract please fill in the submission template and send it to conference@ipeg-society.org with the subject: Submission poster or paper. If you have not received a "successfully submitted" message within 72 hours, send an e-mail to conference@ipeg-society.org. All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference program materials and in our home Journal Neuropsychobiology

 

Deadline

 

Abstracts can be submitted until August 31st 2018

 

Abstract Guidelines

 

The abstracts should address the following points:

 

  1.  Scientific background/Introduction
  2.   Theoretical framework/Hypothesis/Purpose of the work
  3.   Used Methods and Materials
  4.   Findings
  5.   Discussion of Relevance and Implications for future Research

 

  •  Each abstract should be no longer than 300 words
  •  Each abstract must be submitted via the abstract template
  •  Each abstract should be in English. (US English or UK English but not a mixture).
  •  Abstract should be submitted in .DOC, .DOCX, or .RTF format.
  •  Abstract should not include figures or tables.
  •  Organizers must ensure that corresponding authors are aware that their abstract has been accepted for    presentation at the conference and that it will be submitted for publication in a BioMed Central journal.
  •  Abbreviations should be used as sparingly as possible and should be defined when first used

  •  In structured abstracts, paragraph headings should be typed in bold with no colon at the end. Do not use the heading ‘Abstract’.
  •  Use hard returns only to end headings and paragraphs, not to rearrange lines
  •  All references should be cited/called out consecutively in the text, using numbers in square brackets. Only papers that have been published, or are in press, or are available through public e-print/preprint servers should be included in the reference list.
  •  Journal abbreviations should follow MEDLINE standards. References should be laid out at the end of the abstract in Vancouver style and preceded by the relevant reference number. An example of a reference for a journal article follows. The full reference style guide can be found at the journal’s website.

 

 

Additional notes

 

  1. BioMed Central supports prospective registration of randomized controlled clinical trials. Abstracts related to RCTs should include the trial registry along with the unique identifying number. Trial registers that currently meet our requirements can be found at http://www.icmje.org/about- icmje/faqs/clinical-trials-registration/.
  2. If the abstract contains details relating to individual participants (for example a case report), written informed consent for the publication of these details must be obtained from the participants and a statement to this effect should appear at the end of the abstract. Our guidelines for consent statements can be found here: http://www.biomedcentral.com/about/editorialpolicies#Ethics. If the patient is deceased consent for publication should be obtained from the next of kin and if the patient is under 16 consent should be obtained from the parent or guardian.
     

 

 

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