Abstracts

NEW SUBMISSION DEADLINE: August 31, 2018

Registration, including abstract book, coffee breaks and lunch, is free for the poster presenter being PhD student or resident and below 35 years old.

      • Register to the Belgian Brain Congress online before August 31

        Online registration

      • Register to Frontiers and submit your abstract

         Registration to Frontiers

        • Submit your text 
          • In English
          • May contain figs and references
          • Only one poster/presenter whose name has to be underlined
          • Add a summary (either in English or French or Dutch) of maximum 100 words for lay people (see why below)
        • Remarks

The BBC congress aims at promoting interaction between clinicians, researchers, representatives of patients and pharmaceutical industry and at bridging the different points of view of these stakeholders. The patients’ associations take an active part in the discussions and a lay summary allows them to have a better insight into the significance of your research in understanding the brain and brain disorders. The patients’ association having the best interaction with e-poster presenters will be offered an award.

The organizing committee reserves the right to refuse abstracts for scientific or administrative reasons.

E-POSTER

Submit your e-poster to Create Live according to their guidelines before October 6. 

Get more information about the ePoster submission.

Advantages:

  • Your abstract, once accepted, is published in Frontiers
  • Registration, including abstract book, coffee breaks and lunch, is free for the poster presenter
  • Your e-poster is accessible during the whole congress and you will present it orally during the poster sessions
  • Your poster is eligible for 1 of 3 Poster Prizes of 300€ each
  • Your poster may be selected for online podcasts of the best poster presentations (see examples of BBC2014)