GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONThe Spanish Neuroscience Society (SENC) Meeting is the premier event for neuroscientists to present emerging science. SENC invites you to submit your abstract for poster presentation at the Meeting. Check the Main Topics listed below.
Opening Abstracts submission: January 15th, 2019
Abstracts submission deadline: April 30th, 2019
Call SENC2019 fellowships: April 1st to May 1st , 2019
Notification of results to the authors: May 31st, 2019
Presenting authors registration deadline: June 10th 2019
Early registration deadline: until July 1st, 2019
- All abstracts must be submitted as a Word file via the online submission form (see below).
- Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered for the meeting.
- The presenting author need not be the first author, but must be a listed author and marked as it in the corresponding field.
- The presenting author of accepted abstract must register and pay to attend the Congress by 10th June 2019, otherwise the abstract will not be published.
- After having submitted your abstract, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with your reference number and your password. If not, please contact us, we will double check if your submission has been uploaded correctly.
- You will be able to use your password in case you need to check your submitted abstract or should you need to modify the abstract before the submission deadline.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
- DOWNLOAD THE TEMPLATE and use it as a sample to prepare your abstract.
- Abstracts must be written in English using the template available below.
- IMPORTANT: The uploaded Word file(s) must contain Title, authors & affiliations and the actual abstract
- Files supported: Word (.doc, .docx, .odt)
- Maximum length of the abstract: 1 DIN A-4 page.
- Set all margins (left, right, top, and bottom) to 25 mm.
- Follow the instructions included in the template and detailed below.
- The complete title should be capitalized, in the left of the page in Times New Roman font, 14 Point.
- Title should be brief and clearly indicate the content.
- Times New Roman size 10-point size, left.
- Initials and Surnames for every author must be provided.
- Do not include degrees or titles.
- The name of the presenting author should be underlined.
- An author’s name appearing on more than one abstract must be identical in each case.
- Times New Roman size 10-point size, left.
- The affiliations should be typed under the list of authors' names.
- Each author should be listed by institution, city, state/province and country.
- Do not include department, division, laboratory, etc.
- In abstracts where the authors have different affiliations, please indicate for each author the number of the corresponding affiliation – use a superscript:
- ALL text must be written in ENGLISH.
- Abstract text must be in Times New Roman font, 12-point size, single space and justified.
- It should not exceed 300 words including tables which must be in text format, not graphic format.
- Abstracts will be reproduced exactly as submitted and will not be edited in any way.
- Abbreviations should be kept to a minimum. Use standard abbreviations generic drug names. Place unusual abbreviations or acronyms in parentheses after first use.
- Do NOT identify author(s) or institution(s) in text. Make the abstract as informative as possible. Conclusions must be supported by data.
- If it is possible, use this structure (without the headings):
- Background or Introduction
- Material and methods
It is your responsibility to check that the abstract is correctly formatted and readable. No changes to the submitted abstracts will be made by the organization.
When you submit an abstract, select the topic of this list that best fits to your work:
- Developmental Neurobiology
- Neuronal excitability, Synapses and Glia: Cellular mechanisms
- Systems Neuroscience
- Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience
- Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience
- Disorders and Nervous System repair
- Homeostatic and Neuroendocrine systems
- New Methods and Technologies
- History, Teaching, Release and Ethics
TYPES OF PRESENTATION
Some abstracts will be selected to be presented as Short Oral Poster Teaser Presentation (3 min) in the Symposia.
Presenting authors will be required to register for the Meeting.
Presentation details (session, date, time and format) will be sent with the notification of results to the authors
Guidelines for presentation:
- Short Oral Poster Teaser Presentations
Short Oral Poster Teaser Presentations will have 3 min without time for questions and discussion.
We recommend two slides in a PowerPoint (ppt) format for the presentation.
Authors must upload their presentations in advance in the Audiovisual Preview Room.
- Posters: 90 cm (W) x 120 cm (H)
The poster-format is:
- An author whose abstract has been accepted is required to register online and pay the registration fee to confirm inclusion of the presentation in the programme.
- Presenting authors of accepted abstracts must register before 10 June 2019 to confirm inclusion in the programme. If the presenting author of the abstract does not register by this date the organizers reserve the right to remove the presentation/s from the programme.
- Programme listings and abstracts may be published in digital formats via the conference website and mobile app. You will be asked for authorization during the submission process.