Abstracts

Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury 2018 is currently closed for abstract submission.

The poster boards available will be 2m tall and 1m wide; hence our recommended format is an A0 portrait, A1 portrait or A1 landscape poster.

Posters will be judged anonymously during the poster presentation sessions, so please make sure you are able to present and standing next to your posters during the session. Poster board numbers will be circulated beforehand and poster information will be in the programs handed out on the day.


tips for Abstract acceptance
  1. Submit early!
    Plan to write, review and submit your abstract well in advance of the deadline (June 3rd, 2018). Aim to leave plenty of time for writing, proofing and getting through the logistics of submission.
  2. Submit your best research
    Regardless of if your work has been previously presented, published or is on-going, if it is of interest to the field of Traumatic Brain Injury, we want to hear about it.
  3. Register and submit online
    All abstracts should be submitted online here and requires registration to the abstract submission system first. Abstracts are limited to 3000 characters each and you can attach a maximum of 2 additional figures with your abstract.
  4. Don’t worry about payments
    You are not required to register and have paid for Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury prior to submitting an abstract. However, if your abstract is selected for poster presentation, the presenter of the abstract must register for the meeting. Don’t worry about missing out on the ‘early-bird’ rate as all accepted abstract presentees will be able to access ‘early-bird’ rates until the general ticket deadline on the 7th of July.
Why should you submit an abstract?

At the Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury conference in London, we are expecting a gathering together world-leaders in TBI research from multiple scientific disciplines. Last year, we had over 170 delegates from the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand and South Africa. Our aim is to encourage discussion, collaboration and raise awareness of the most up-to date research going on in the field of TBI. This opportunity to gain exposure and discuss your research with various experts is not one to be missed.

 

Abstract guidelines