Abstract Submissions

Deadline30th of June, 2016

When preparing your abstract either for a talk or for a poster you may wish to consider the following:
Isbra-Esbra will allocate symposia to one of the four scientific programme tracks:

1. Preclinical CNS
2. Clinical CNS – Treatment – Translation – Neuroimaging
3. Genetics – Diagnosis – FASD – Hot Topics
4. Alcohol-induced organ damage

JUNIOR INVESTIGATOR AWARD and YOUNG INVESTIGATOR TRAVEL AWARD Submission:

1. When you submit your abstract please choose your award from the Dropdown Menu in the “Submit your Abstracts here” section below.

2. Please also upload a letter from your mentor verifying that at the time of the meeting in September, you are a current graduate/medical student or you will be less than 5 years post terminal degree for a PhD, MD, etc.

3. Abstract deadline is – for those who wish to be selected for an award – 15th of May, 2016.

Awardees will be notified as soon as possible

General:

Abstracts in English
Only Microsoft Word files (.doc or .docx) are accepted.
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Authors:
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last name, initial(s), no dot(s) after initial(s), affiliations are given as superscript numbers. Underline the presenting author.
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Affiliations:
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Superscript number, followed by the institution, city and country
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Text:
single-spaced, ragged margin (not justified), no hyphenation
font: Arial
size: 12 pt
all margins: 3 cm
maximum length: 350 words
no further formatting

example:

NECTIN-3 MEDIATES STRESS-INDUCED COGNITIVE DECLINE AND STRUCTURAL REMODELING

Wang XD1,2, Wagner KV1, Su YA2, Hartmann J1, Liebl C1, Wolf M1, Wurst W1,3, Holsboer F1, Deussing JM1, Müller MB1, Schmidt MV1

1Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany
2Institute of Mental Health, Peking University, Beijing, China
3Institute of Developmental Genetics, Helmholtz Center Munich, German Research
Center for Environmental Health, Neuherberg, Germany

Chronic stress exposure leads to impaired hippocampus-dependent cognition and structural rearrangements via corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) and CRH receptor 1 (CRHR1), and reduces hippocampal nectin-3 levels. However, it remains to be determined whether nectin-3 is …

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