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Abstract deadline EXTENDED

Abstracts presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Scandinavian College of Neuro-Psychopharmacology will be published in 'Acta Neuropsychiatrica'.

EXTENDED deadline for submission is March 1st 2012.

Acceptance on abstracts will be sent in the week starting with March 12th 2012.

 

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Scandinavian College of Neuro-Psychopharmacology will be published in the SCNP Journal 'Acta Neuropsychiatrica'.

Abstracts should be submitted on-line at the SCNP Abstract submission website. 
Deadline for submission is February 15th 2012.

Who can submit?

Abstracts are open for submission by scientists independent of any relationship to the Nordic Countries in order to stimulate participation by internationally recognized scientists and secure a high scientific quality of the annual meetings as well as providing a fruitful international meeting place for young scientists.

Abstracts for Poster Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the SCNP can be submitted by both members and non-members of the SCNP.

The first authors of abstracts accepted must register and be present at the meeting in order to have the abstracts published in the journal and displayed as posters.

Guidelines to authors

Abstracts should be submitted on-line at the SCNP Abstract submission website.

Abstracts should include a maximum of 400 words and preferentially structured:  Background, Purpose/objective(s), methods, Findings/results and conclusion. Full mailing address of first author should appear in the contact information.

NOTE: Once submission have been completed, no further changes can be made to the abstract.

SCNP Young Scientists can indicate interest in participation in the 'Young Scientists Symposium', where 6 Young Scientists will compete for an award of EUR 3000 for best oral presentation.

Evaluation

The abstracts submitted will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee who will decide if they are acceptable for presentation at the Annual Meeting. Abstracts may be rejected due to incomplete content or unsatisfying scientific quality.