Submit your abstract by September 26, 2022 for non-members, September 30, 2022 for ISTAART members.
The Dementia and Brain Aging in Low And Middle Income Countries will be hosted on December 6 - 9 in Nairobi, Kenya. Share your latest findings in a wide variety of topic areas, including:
Submissions will be considered for a poster presentation, as well as a special opportunity to deliver a Lightning Session — a short presentation designed to give the audience a snapshot of your work. Each session is five minutes or less.
Abstracts are due September 26 at 11:59 p.m. ET for non-members, September 30 at 11:59 p.m. ET for ISTAART members.
|August 8, 2022||Submission site opens|
|September 26, 2022||Abstract submission site closes (general deadline)|
|September 30, 2022||Abstract submission site closes (extended ISTAART member deadline)|
|October 30, 2022||Abstract notifications sent via email|
|December 06 - 09, 2022||Dementia and Brain Aging in Low And Middle Income Countries|
All four sections combined cannot exceed 350 words. Verify the word count prior to entry.
References must be included in the abstract body. Files submitted during submission listing references will not appear in the published version of the abstract.
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Yes. The registration link will be sent to presenters.
Presenting authors must be 18 years of age at the time of the conference (December 6-9, 2022).
All poster presenters are required to upload a digit poster to the virtual platform. The Poster requirements and upload details will be provided to invited presenters by the end of July.
If you are interested in having the research you present at Dementia and Brain Ageing in LMIC eligible for inclusion in Dementia and Brain Ageing in LMIC news releases and news conferences, it must not be published (online or hard copy) or presented, in whole or in part, in any manner, previous to presentation at Dementia and Brain Ageing in LMIC.
You may make edits to your submitted proposal through the submission deadline. Access your in-progress or submitted proposal by logging in (top right corner of this screen). It is your responsibility to confirm that your abstract is correctly submitted and is received by the submission deadline. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if changes are required after the submission deadline (changes are approved on a case-by-case basis).
Notifications of acceptance/denial of abstract submissions will be sent by October 30, 2022.
Accepted abstracts become the property of the Alzheimer's Association. Ownership of submitted abstracts not accepted for presentation reverts to the author.
The Alzheimer's Association reserves the right to provide abstracts to conference registrants and the public via online modalities, a mobile application, and any other modalities they wish. In those formats, the abstracts become the property of the Association, along with the PowerPoint slides or handout material.
You can retract your abstract submission at any time. Depending on our publication deadlines, we may be unable to remove your abstract from print materials and publications. To retract an accepted abstract, you must email email@example.com and confirm a response.
If the identified presenting author becomes unable to present, a co-author may present. Notification of the change must be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. If none of the authors on the abstracts can present, a request must be submitted in writing to email@example.com to withdraw the abstract. Depending on deadlines, we may be unable to remove your abstracts from print materials and publications.
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