- Abstract must be related to any basic and/or applied area of neuroscience.
- Submission implies that the work has not been published before and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere except as part of a thesis, report or lecture note.
- There is no limit to the number of submissions per participant.
- While submitting the abstract, please mark your presentation preference: oral (O), poster (P) or either (E).
- Abstract submission opens: May 3, 2019
- Abstract submission closes: July 31, 2019
- Decision on submitted abstracts: Latest by August 15, 2019
- The title should be explicit (Font size 12, bold, Times new roman).
Author Name(s) and Affiliations:
- If an author's name appears on more than one abstract, it must be identical on each abstract.
- The submitting author is designated as the presenting author. You may rearrange the order of the authors; however, the senior author must always be listed last. The presenter must be an author of the abstract and indicated by an asterisk sign.
- The email ID of presenting author must be provided for all future correspondence.
- The authors' name/s and affiliated institution/s should be in the following style:
Vivek Kumar Sharma1*, Anthony Lee,2 Sachin Rajput1
1 National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and research (NIPER) – Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. 2Dr HS Gour University, Sagar, MP, India.
- Prepare your abstract and poster in English. Ensure that there are no grammatical errors and misspellings. The committee reserves full right to reject submissions that are not in the proper vernacular.
- Describe briefly the objectives of the study unless they are contained in the title. Include a brief statement of methods. State findings in detail sufficient to support conclusions. Abstracts should not describe research in which the chemical identity or source of the reagent is proprietary or cannot be revealed.
- The abstract must be written as running paragraph with not more than 250 words and maximum of one graphic/figure/table.
- Use Times New Roman font size 11, and single spacing.
- Standard abbreviations may be used without definition. Non-standard abbreviations (kept to a minimum) must be placed in parentheses after the first use of the word or phrase abbreviated.
- Requests for withdrawal of an abstract must be received in writing by July 31, 2019.
Poster Author Information and Instructions
Poster Size and Layout(Width-90cm x Height-110cm)
- This is a portrait/vertical format. Poster materials should not extend outside the assigned space..
Poster Presentation Rules and Guidelines
- Audio/Visual equipment is not permitted in the poster board area.
- Previously published work/abstract will not be accepted for poster presentation.
- When presenting data from preclinical and/or clinical studies authors should mention ethical committee approval number.
- When preparing your poster, please check the poster size guidelines before printing (see above).
- All poster boards will be pre-numbered. Please be certain to mount your poster on the correct board.
- Do not leave personal belongings under poster boards or in the poster area. Organizers will not be responsible for any articles left in the poster area or elsewhere.
- Any request related to change in presentation date and time will not be considered.
Poster Mounting, Presentation, and Removal Schedule
- Posters should be mounted before 8:45 AM on the day of presentation and should be taken off at the end of day.
- Presenter must be present at their boards during poster session.
Guidelines for Designing Effective Posters
- Prepare a heading at the top of your poster indicating the abstract title, authors, and affiliations.
- More than 70% of your poster should contain charts, tables, graphs, pictures, etc. and minimize the amount of text.
- Each section should be labeled clearly, making it easier for a viewer to follow your display.
- Posters should be self-explanatory but not comprehensive. You will supplement and elaborate during your conversations with others.
Note: Presenters are encourage to refer the best practices for poster presentation published by Gundogan B et al. in the journal “Annals of Medicine and Surgery”
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Oral Presentation Guidelines
- Presentations are limited to ten minutes followed by three minutes of Q&A session. You will be asked to stop if you exceed ten minutes. It is recommended not have more than 15 slides.
- All presenters are required to send their final presentation one day before their session through e-mail to email@example.com
- IMPORTANT: If you are unable to attend the conference then please inform the organizers at least one week ahead of conference.
Note:In case of any queries related to oral presentations, authors may contact us at