Information about the submission of poster abstracts
Abstracts for poster presentations at this meeting may be submitted by EPS members at any time. Posters presented at this meeting must include original (i.e. unpublished) material. Abstracts should include a statement of the results of experimental work rather than vague generalities. Posters will be accepted until either the programme for a meeting is full or 2nd May 2017.
Non-members are welcome to present posters at this meeting but their abstracts must be submitted by a sponsoring EPS member.
- The sponsor need not be one of the co-authors of the paper.
- The sponsor does need to be present for oral presentations.
- Non-members who wish to present posters at this meeting and who have not been able to find a sponsor should contact either the EPS Administrator - email@example.com.
Queries or difficulties with abstract submission should be sent to the EPS administrator.
Poster Abstracts Submission Form for Reading, July 2017
This meeting is now open for submissions.
To help with scheduling, please provide up to three keywords or phrases to indicate the general topic of the presentation. For example: "functional imaging, neuropsychology"
In the box below please list all authors together on one line and then list each institution on a separate line, for example:
Ann Brown, Carol Smith and Jane Wild
University of Liverpool
or, for multiple institutions:
Ann Brown 1, Carol Smith 2, and Jane Wild 1,2
1. University of Liverpool, UK
2. Stanford University, USA
Attach your document below as a Microsoft Word file - MAXIMUM 200 WORDS.
If the abstract includes references to other work, give these in full at the end of the abstract.
These references are not included in the 200 word limit for your abstract.
You should receive an automated confirmation email shortly after you have successfully submitted your abstract. Please contact the EPS Administrator if this is not received.