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from sept 25 to 27, 2024

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND TRAVEL AWARDS

Context

We are inviting abstract submissions for poster presentations at EU-MIND 2024, focusing on neuroimaging of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

We seek original, ongoing works and preliminary results. New findings are preferred, but we also welcome updates to prior works or those presented elsewhere before EU-MIND. Abstracts should not be published as a journal article prior to the submission.

If you submit an abstract, you can apply for a travel award (see below), supported by the Fondation Alzheimer. You also have the option to be considered for a datablitz presentation (short oral presentation, ~3min, to present your poster) and poster award competition.

Datablitz selection will be based on the abstracts review score and poster rating for the award competition will occur during the conference poster sessions.

You will be asked whether you would like to be considered for any (or all) of these (travel awards, datablitz and poster award competition) directly in the abstract submission form.

The presenting author should attend in-person for poster and, if applicable, datablitz presentations.

 

Submissions are open until April 15, 2024. Please note that you must submit all documents at once.

Please be advised that as we have limited space for posters, not all submissions may be accepted.

- The title must be written in sentence case.
- Please do not use capital letters, except for the first word and proper nouns’ first letter.

- Specify name, first name and affiliation per each author.

- Please carefully check in a word document that your abstract text doesn’t exceed the limitation of 350 words
- The following headings are required: Background, Methods, Results, Conclusions.
- References are not required; if you would like to include them, they must be added in the abstract body.

- Up to three tables and figures with captions are allowed (captions do not count for the word limit of 354).

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- Please provide up to five keywords.

- 100€ gift card to win.

Scope

Attendance to international conferences is crucial for PhD students. It allows them to:

  • present their results to the scientific committee, thus improving their communication skills,
  • create a network outside of their laboratory, thus facilitating future career opportunities,
  • meet other students and young scientists to interact with,
  • initiate new collaborations.

To facilitate attendance, the Fondation Alzheimer provides «EU-MIND travel awards» for outstanding applicants with financial needs.

Awards are covering for registration fees, travel and accommodation costs up to 1000 € per applicant (costs will be reimbursed, based on receipts – see guidelines).

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible to our «EU-MIND travel awards», applicants must:

  • be registered as PhD student in an academic institution
  • provide a CV (2 pages maximum)
  • be supported by the PhD supervisor (letter of reference mandatory, 2 pages maximum)
  • provide a motivation letter, including a statement of needs (2 pages maximum)
  • be selected to present a poster

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