Accepted poster presenters will have the opportunity to:
- Present their work
- Get feedback not only from your peers, but also from some of the biggest names in the field of Neuroimmunology
- Have the abstract published in the Abstract Book published in the membership area on http://www.isniweb.org.
You will have to register in order to submit your abstract.
//HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT
In order to participate in the selection process, please submit your abstract within TBC
Please see the guidelines for writing your abstract below:
- Affiliations of all co-authors must be stated. By completing the abstract submission, submitters give full consent on behalf of all co-authors to provide their data.
- Abstracts must be submitted and presented in English. Proofread your abstract before submission.
- All abbreviations used must be written out at first use.
- Simplify complex mathematical formulas. Avoid symbols (Greek, mathematical, etc.). E.g. Instead of IFN-ß, use IFN-beta; instead of 10², use 10^2; instead of x≥2, use x>=2.
- A maximum of 3 images can be inserted per abstract. Images can only be submitted in JPG or PNG format. Tables or figures might be adjusted to fit files for final publication. Tables and images do not affect word count.
- Abstract text cannot exceed 2500 characters.
- Authors must indicate preference of presentation type: oral presentation or poster presentation. The Programme Committee will decide the presentation type upon review. You might be asked to present an oral presentation even if your preference is poster.
- You must register for the congress to submit your abstract, but you can choose to pay later. A penalty may be incurred if the presenting author, indicated at submission, does not attend the session for which they has been scheduled.
- Within 1 hour after submission, the abstract submitter will receive a confirmation e-mail with a unique abstract ID. If you have not received a submission confirmation e-mail, email email@example.com. The abstract submitter is responsible for informing all authors about the status of the abstract.
- Should you wish to correct an abstract already submitted, log in to your registration area and correct it. After the final submission deadline has passed, submitters can no longer modify or correct the abstract’s content, and the abstract will be published exactly as submitted.