Abstract Submission 2018-04-16T17:26:43+00:00

Abstract Submission

Submit your abstract

We invite you to submit electronic abstracts on current research work for one of the following themes of the symposium:


  • Stroke and brain hemorrhage
  • Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia
  • Systems neuroscience

Therapeutic and translational research:

  • Recanalization and neuroprotectants
  • Cellular therapies and biomaterials
  • Ischemic pre- and postconditioning
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Brain imaging
  • Advances in neuroimmunology

Fundamental research:

  • Neuroinflammation
  • Glial and endothelial cells
  • Sex differences
  • Nutrition and obesity
  • The role of the microbiom
  • Functional recover and functional compensation
  • Neurophysiology in health and disease

Each abstract MUST fit on a single page.

Maximum number of characters:

  • The abstract title must not exceed 300 characters including spaces.
  • The text of each abstract must not exceed 3000 characters including spaces.

Please note the outline in:

  • Questions (indicate the purpose of the study or hypothesis that was tested),
  • Methods (include the setting for the study, the subjects, and the type of statistical analysis; if references are needed, they should be given in the text),
  • Results (present as clearly as possible the outcome of the study and statistical significance if appropriate) and
  • Conclusions (briefly discuss the data and emphasize the significance of the results).

Each abstract should include one complete postal or, ideally, email address for a nominated author, for reader queries (Step 1 of the submission process).

Each abstract must include the source of study (minimum: town/city and country).

The following items are NOT permitted and will be deleted if found: illustrations, tables, references, author qualifications.

Please do not use bullet points, asterisks, or any non-standard characters if possible – they have a tendency to corrupt or convert into question marks/ square boxes, etc. which then require to be deleted.

Spelling – For English spelling, if possible use the Concise Oxford Dictionary or The Oxford Dictionary for Writers and Editors. Note, however, the following: Use “ise” not “ize” spellings.

Underlining/Italic Type – Underlining, or italic type may be used to stress words or phrases. Latin names should be underlined, or set in italics if possible.

Capitals – Use capitals for proper names, titles, geographical names, trade names.

Abbreviations – Abbreviations not in common use should be spelled out in full the first time they occur in a typescript, followed by the abbreviation in brackets.
Examples: Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Short names (of countries, institutions, honours) and well-known acronyms are abbreviated without full stops and without a space between the letters.
Examples: USA, UK, PM (Prime Minister), ESR, WBC, FRS, BA

Decimals – 6.9 (point on line), 0.78 (not 78), 20 g (not 20.0 g); one-half, three-quarters (in text only)

The contact information defined on the abstract form must be that of the presenting author, all correspondence will be sent to the presenting author.

Conference registration by at least one author is essential.

In the course of abstract submission you have the possiblity to apply for the following awards:

  • The Klaus Reymann Young Scientist’s Award
  • The Georg Reiser Prize on Neurobiochemistry

>> For further information about the awards click here.

The deadline for abstract submission is June 1, 2018. Thereafter, abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Board. Authors will be notified of their acceptance/rejection
end of June 2018.


If you have any requests, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Sabrina Wolf