Share your poster with us: we’re looking for exciting neuroscience research from early and mid-career neuroscientists who wish to present their work at the Brainbox Initiative Conference in London this September.
Call for entries is open until August 1, 2020. If you’re interested, please use the form at the bottom of this page to submit your abstract.
Why present your research at the Brainbox Initiative Conference?
The Brainbox Initiative is committed to promoting, supporting, and giving a voice to early and mid-career neuroscientists. Everyone who displays a poster at our conference has the unique opportunity to support their work with a three-minute, on-stage pitch to everyone in attendance of the conference. This is a fantastic opportunity to make sure that everyone can reach the widest audience possible, and can open up some really great avenues for networking and collaboration that, otherwise, may have been missed.
There is also a generous prize each year for one poster presenter who will receive a £250 cash prize, generously sponsored by Brainbox Ltd, and a complimentary registration for a Brainbox Initiative workshop of their choice to help strengthen your research skills.
Who can present a poster?
We encourage submissions on any topic related to non-invasive brain stimulation and imaging research. For an idea of what we’re looking for, you can find a full archive of posters presented at previous conferences here.
When submitting an abstract for your poster, we ask that:
- Abstracts are no longer than 300 words and should include a description of clear results/conclusions, not just planned work
- Original results, new analyses of published results, methods papers, computational modelling, case reports, null findings, and ethics and regulatory reviews are all welcome
- Poster title, names, and affiliations of authors are not included in the word count
- T0 present your work at the conference you must register to attend the Brainbox Initiative Conference. Submitting your abstract early will ensure that you reserve a poster presentation space should you choose to register closer to the event.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, we have been closely monitoring the announcements and guidance from Governments and all relevant organisations over the last few weeks and days in an attempt to do the right thing and to ensure everyone’s safety and well-being going forward.
At this present time, we anticipate that the Brainbox Initiative Conference 2020 will proceed as planned and we are still actively encouraging early and mid-career researchers to submit abstracts for poster presentations, our Young Investigator Award, and Research Challenge. We will continue to monitor the situation going forward and will ensure to communicate any updates, information, or changes to all applicants.
Spaces to present a poster at the Brainbox Initiative Conference are strictly limited, so if you are interested in joining us we recommend submitting your abstract early to reserve a place at the conference.