2019 Crush Foundation Traumatic Brain Injury Symposium Now Accepting Submissions
The 2019 Crush Foundation TBI Symposium Program will feature keynote lectures, free paper sessions, oral presentations and posters.
The Symposium key dates are as follows:
|Call for Abstracts||Now open!|
|Call for Abstract Deadline||December 1, 2019|
|Author Notifications||December 9, 2019|
Suggested Topics May Include
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Personalised Medicine in Neurotrauma
- Injury and Regeneration
- Vascular Changes in Neurotrauma
- Latest Updates on Clinical Trials
- Chronic Outcomes After Neurotrauma
- Behaviour and Neuropsychology After TBI
- Cell Therapies for Neurotrauma
- Exploring the Nexus Between TBI and Dementia and/or Alzheimer’s
- Update on Acute Critical Care
- Concussion Management and Guidelines
Guidelines For Abstract Submission
The Crush Foundation Organizing Committee is delighted to invite all delegates to submit their abstract for consideration for oral and/or hard copy poster presentations at the 2019 Crush Foundation TBI Symposium 2019, December 13-15, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas.
All abstracts may be submitted via email to: email@example.com
All abstracts will be reviewed by the Crush Foundation Scientific Committee and accepted abstracts assigned to oral, poster or both poster and oral presentations.
Please ensure to indicate your presentation preference; oral presentation, poster presentation or both poster and oral presentation. Full instructions to prepare and submit your abstract are provided below.
Selection for oral presentation will be at the discretion of the Scientific Committee.
Instructions for preparing and formatting your abstract
Each participant is entitled to submit multiple abstracts. All abstracts that are not selected for an oral presentation will automatically be considered for a poster unless otherwise indicated.
- Research work should be original and innovative. Work can be presented prior to the 2019 Crush Foundation TBI Symposium but MUST include new information.
- Authors should prepare the body text of their abstract in advance using the Microsoft Word using a doc. or docx. format.
- Abstracts must be submitted in English.
- Abstracts should not include paragraph headings such as aims, materials & methods, results etc.
- The maximum number of words for the abstract body cannot exceed 250 words.
- Please use Arial, 11 pointtext and symbol for Greek letters.
- No tables or images will be allowed in the abstracts.
- Please remember to include the title of your abstract or author names and affiliations in the document.
- There is no limit to the number of co-authors per abstract.
- There is no limit to the number of abstracts you may submit.
- Abbreviations should not be used in the title. Abbreviations, other than those that form part of standard nomenclature, should be defined in full at the point of the first mention in the abstract body.
- Please check your abstract text carefully for typographical, grammatical and other errors. The Crush Foundation TBI Scientific Committee takes no responsibility for errors in abstract content.
Notification of acceptances
Notifications of acceptance will be sent via email to the submitting author by December 1, 2019.
Poster Presentation Abstracts
Poster abstracts will be reviewed by the 2019 Crush Foundation TBI committee comprised of principal investigators from local organizations for scientific merit and relevance to TBI and/or psychological health co-morbidities with TBI. Any abstract author or poster author must be available on the dates of the Symposium. Selected posters will be displayed from the morning of Friday, December 13 through the close of the Symposium on Saturday, December 14. Time will be set aside for symposium attendees to view posters and network with poster presenters. Poster boards are 4 feet tall by 6 feet wide and push pins will be provided at the site.
A poster judging session will take place Friday, December 13 during day for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, with recognition for the top 3 in each category. Posters will be judged on scientific merit, relevance to TBI and/or psychological health co-morbidities, and overall presentation style. The poster awards presentation will occur on Saturday, December 14 after the public session’s start.
Due to limited space, we may not be able to accept all submissions. We encourage submitters to submit their best science or work to combine similar projects into one poster abstract submission. Abstracts should state results and be written to address selection based on scientific merit and relevance to TBI and/or psychological health co-morbidities with TBI.