Submit an Abstract for Neuroscience Day 2022
Abstract submission is now open. The deadline to submit an abstract is Friday, March 25th. We will confirm submitted abstracts by email.
Submitting an Abstract
Submission Deadline: Midnight, Friday, March 25th, 2022
Complete the form below. Be sure to include status of first author (Undergrad, Grad, or Postdoc/Resident). Staff wishing to submit a poster as first author should click the Postdoc/Resident category and include a note above the abstract body. High school students submitting a poster as first author should click the "Undergraduate" category.
Cut and paste your abstract from a word processing file or type it in directly (2500 character limit; no special characters).
Poster should be formatted submitted as a pdf.
Undergraduate, Graduate Student and Postdoctoral/Resident Researcher divisions are eligible for cash prizes for 1st - 3rd places.
Poster Judging Criteria
Presenters will have 5 minutes to present their posters and should address the following in their presentations:
Why was this study done? What is your primary hypothesis?
What is the major conclusion and why is it significant to the field?
What is the biggest weakness of the study?
What was your role in the study?
Faculty and Postdoctoral Researchers willing to be poster judges should contact: SFNChap@louisville.edu, using "Poster Judge" as subject line.
Thank you for your interest, and good luck!