Submit an abstract

Please use the external submission form

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Deadlines

June 8th 2016: Opening online abstract portal

Nov 28th 2016: new deadline abstract submission

Dec 16th 2016: Opening late-breaking abstract submission (posters only)

Jan 16th 2017: Deadline late-breaking Abstract submission

Jan 26th 2017: early registration deadline for presenting authors


Abstract submission

Top-quality scientific content is what attracts numerous delegates to attend the symposium every other year. Therefore, the scientific committee is pleased to invite you to submit abstracts for consideration at the BRAIN 2017. Make sure to be part of this major meeting and present your latest neuroscientific study results in the field of cerebral blood flow, metabolism and brain function.

Abstract Topics BRAIN 2017

Aging
Angiogenesis
Biomarkers
Blood Brain Barrier
Brain Edema
Brain Immune Interaction
Brain Plasticity
Cardiac Arrest
Cell Death/Survival
Cerebral/Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Cerebral Ischemia: Animal Models
Cerebral Ischemia: Cellular and Molecular
Cerebral Ischemia: Reperfusion
Clinical Studies
CNS Trauma
Dementia
Glial Mechanisms
Imaging: Methodology non PET
Metabolism
Neurodegeneration
Neuro- and Gliogenesis
Neuroinflammation
Neurological Diseases
Neuroprotection
Neurotransmission
Neurometabolic Coupling
Neurovascular Coupling
Stem Cells and Cell Therapy
Stroke
White Matter Injuries

Abstract Topics BRAIN PET 2017

Novel Radiotracers
Novel Modeling and Methods
Data Acquisition and Analysis
Metabolism and Blood Flow
Preclinical Imaging
Neurotransmitter System Evaluation
Dementia and Neurological Disorders
Psychiatric Disorders
Substance Abuse and Addictive Disorders

The Niels Lassen Award

The Niels Lassen Award is presented by the ISCBFM to recognize an outstanding scientific contribution made by an early career scientist. The recipient is selected by the Program Committee based on an abstract submitted for presentation at the biennial meeting of the Society.

The Niels Lassen Award will consist of:

  • a bursary to partially defray the expense
    of attending the meeting
  • an award ceremony prior to the abstract presentation
  • a certificate of recognition
  • $ 1,500 cash prize

  • Qualifications

    To be eligible for the Lassen Award, you must be a member of the Society as well as the primary author of an abstract submitted for presentation at the BRAIN & BRAIN PET 2017 and belong to one of the following two groups:

    1. Student ECI – Students who are enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, professional degree, or medical specialty program (e.g., bachelors, masters or PhD student; graduate student; medical student; neurology, neurosurgery or anesthesia resident or trainee; etc.)
    2. Scholar ECI – Scholars with PhD, MD or equivalent degree who have been in a research training program for less than 5 years since obtaining their last degree (e.g., research fellow; postdoctoral associate; postdoctoral fellow; etc.)

    Application and selection

    The award application may be done in the course of abstract submission to BRAIN 2017. On the last page of the abstract submission form you will find a box asking you for the award application. Activating this box, you will be required to additionally upload a CV of the primary author, a letter of recommendation from your mentor/supervisor, an appropriate proof of your status (e.g., certificate of enrollment, letter from a supervisor or department director, confirmation of two sponsoring society members) and the ISCBFM membership confirmation.

    The recipient of the award will be selected by the Program Committee based upon elegibility and the exceptional quality of the submitted abstract, generally determined by receiving the highest score of all abstracts submitted by eligible members.

    Applications for the Niels Lassen Award are being accepted from 1st July 2016.


    Early Career Investigator Travel Bursary


    Qualifications

    Applicants for the Travel Bursary must submit an abstract to BRAIN & BRAIN PET 2017 for either oral or poster presentation as first/presenting author and belong to one of the following two groups:

    1. Student ECI – Students who are enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, professional degree, or medical specialty program (e.g., bachelors, masters or PhD student; graduate student; medical student; neurology, neurosurgery or anesthesia resident or trainee; etc.)
    2. Scholar ECI – Scholars with PhD, MD or equivalent degree who have been in a research training program for less than 5 years since obtaining their last degree (e.g., research fellow; postdoctoral associate; postdoctoral fellow; etc.)

    Application and selection

    The Travel Bursary application may be done in the course of abstract submission to BRAIN 2017. On the last page of the abstract submission form you will find a box asking you for the Travel Bursary application. Activating this box, you will be required to enter your date of birth and to upload an appropriate proof of your status.

    The recipients of the travel stipends will be selected by the Program Committee of the Society based upon elegibility and the exceptional quality of the submitted abstract, generally determined by the score the abstract receives in relation to all abstracts submitted by eligible members.

    Applications for the Early Career Investigator Travel Bursary are being accepted from 1st July 2016.