New Zealand Applied Neurosciences Conference (NZANC)
Abstract Submission has now closed
The main purpose of the conference is to collectively reduce the burden of neurological disorders in New Zealand and internationally. We welcome submissions on aspects related to the following topics:
- Basic Neuroscience
- Clinical Neuroscience and Neurorehabilitation Research
- Population and Health Economic Research of Neurological Disorders
Abstract submission closes: Friday 16 September, 2016
Notification of abstract acceptance: Thursday 22 September, 2016
Earlybird registration closes: Friday 30 September, 2016
The conference is accepting submissions for the following presentation types:
- Oral presentation
- Poster presentation
To submit an abstract using the online submission system, please follow the directions below. The instructions are also available in PDF format.
Ensure that you add all your name, affiliation, email address and other required information in the online system before uploading your abstract. This enables the conference organisers to keep track of individual authors and their abstracts. Ensure the email address you include is the one you want the organiser to use, to communicate with you about your submission and where you will receive confirmation once you have successfully submitted your abstract.
Please use Internet Explorer to submit all abstracts. Other web browsers may not support the abstract submission process.
Presenters with accepted abstracts will be notified and are required to register no later than 2 weeks after acceptance. Delegates are responsible for organising their own travel and accommodation.
All accepted conference abstracts (up to 250 words) will be published in the online Neuroepidemiology journal
Oral presentations - 15 minutes
Presentation time will be 10 minutes with 5 minutes for questions and this time will be strictly observed. The session chairperson will assist presenters in adhering to presentation time.
Presenters will have the option to informally discuss their posters during the poster viewing / welcome reception. There will be other informal opportunities during the catering breaks to discuss further.
Oral presentation and technical guidelines
Please refer to the attached guidelines.