Call for Abstracts


DEADLINE: Friday, June 15, 2007

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  1. Registration form and fee must accompany all abstract submission (Online registration is being handled by Sainte-Justine. Please click here to reigster).
  2. Use the electronic form below to prepare and submit your abstract.
  3. Please do not use any codes for styling in the text, e.g. no hyphens, bold or italics.
  4. The abstracts should include a maximum of 250 words. Title and affiliations do not count for the word count.
  5. All abstracts must be written in English. Identical abstracts submitted to other national or international meetings will not be accepted. Re-submission of a corrected abstract is not permitted.
  6. The abstracts should be organized as follows:
    Background/Aims: begin with the purpose of the study contained in one sentence, followed by the Methods used, and Results of the study in sufficient detail to support the Conclusions. Conclusions should be limited to one or two sentences. Footnotes and references should be avoided.

ABSTRACT FORMAT

Abstract Title: use CAPITAL LETTERS
example: THE ROLE OF INTERLEUKINS IN HYPOTHALAMIC

Authors' Names: start new line, first initial(s) precedes last name, separate names with a comma; to indicate different affiliations use number in parentheses after the last name.
example: J.H. Smith(1), K. Gates(2)

Institute: start new line, name, location, country (no postal codes); separate institutes with a semicolon; precede institute name with number in parentheses to correspond to author affiliation when necessary.
example: "Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA(1); Department of Chemistry, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA(2)

Abstract Text: one line space and start new line
Abstract should be no more than 250 words. Footnotes and references should be avoided. When needed. 'Supported by...' text should be at the end of the abstract on a new line.

SAMPLE ABSTRACT

THE ROLE OF INTERLEUKINS IN HYPOTHALAMIC
J.H. Smith(1), K. Gates(2)
Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA(1);
Department of Chemistry, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA(2)

Background/Aims: The role of interleukin-1 (IL-1) inxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxMethods:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Results xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxx Conclusion xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and no more than 250 words.
Supported by xxx.

*Sample text used for title, authors, institutes, etc. is fictitious.

 

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