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The Organising Committee invite all scientists involved in the field of Neurology to submit proposals for oral presentations or posters.​

Authors are required to indicate their preference for either ORAL or POSTER presentation by checking the appropriate box on the submission web page. The committee will make the final decision on the format of presentation

The authors will be notified by email in December.

Accepted abstracts are official communications of the Congress.

The presenting author agrees to register, to attend the Congress, and to present the abstract as scheduled by the organising committee. 


Before submitting an abstract, the submitter must create an account. After an abstract has been created, modifications can be made until the submission deadline.


  • Submission deadline: closed

  • Notification to authors: December 19, 2019



All abstracts must be submitted electronically through the Congress website.

Submission received by airmail, fax or email will not be reviewed. 

Abstracts can be written in French or  English, should not exceed 2250 characters maximum and must contains the following sub-headings:

  1. Introduction

  2. Materials and methods

  3. Results

  4. Discussion

  5. Conclusions


  1. Indicate your abstract title

  2. Select your type of presentation: oral, poster or at the Jury's discretion

  3. Select your abstract theme: "researcher" or "clinician"

  4. Indicate the name and contact details of corresponding author and add up to 6 co-authors

  5. Indicate the presenting author in case of oral communication (check the box "Prés." in front of the co-author's name)

  6. Fill the blocks with your text

The number of submissions is limited to 2 abstracts for the same team.


  1. Originality Clarity of the objective(s)

  2. Methodological quality

  3. Clarity of presentation of the results and correspondence with the tests carried out

  4. Data of the discussion in agreement with the results

  5. Conclusion expressing how the research fits into the scientific data already available