Welcome to the registration and poster abstract submission page for the MidBrains-mGluRs 2021 meeting!
Register for the Conference
All attendees must register for the conference; the deadline to register for the Fall 2021 conference is Friday, October 15th at 5:00pm CST. Registration is free thanks to our generous sponsors. Click HERE to access the registration form.
Submit your Poster Abstract
Posters will be presented at the conference as PDF files in an interactive online format (more details TBA). Poster abstracts are due by 5:00 CST Friday, October 8th (10/8/2021). After the abstract deadline, poster presenters will be contacted to submit a PDF of their poster by Friday, October 15th (10/15/2021).
Click HERE to submit author/title information on your poster. Create your abstract using this Microsoft Word template, including identifying an SfN theme. Each abstract should be <200 words and have all information fit on a single page.
Abstracts should be submitted via email to Dr. David Jewett at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the presenting student’s last name and MidBrains-mGluRs Abstract in the Subject line (example: Jewett MidBrains-mGluRs Abstract). Full contact information (names, emails) for the presenting student and the faculty mentor should be included in the body of the email, and the abstract should be provided as an attached Microsoft Word file (not a link to an external website or other location). Submissions without presenter and mentor contact information in the accompanying email body will not be accepted. No edits will be made after email submission. Abstract submissions will be confirmed with a return email to the presenting student.
Here are some details about the poster session to help you plan and prepare your poster for submission:
- The primary focus of the research should be neuroscience.
- Current undergraduate students or Spring 2021 graduates can submit posters.
- Faculty mentors who sponsor posters commit to providing feedback on other students’ posters at the conference on 10/23.
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