Abstract Submission Will Open on July 23, 2018
General Information for Main INS Congress Abstract Submissions
In addition to traditional poster presentations, the INS Scientific Program and Biennial Congress Committees have reserved room on the program for free oral presentations. Each oral presenter will be allowed 8 minutes of lecture time, 8 slides, and a 2-minute question and answer period. Please check the appropriate box on the submission form to indicate whether your proposal should be considered for oral and poster presentation or only for poster presentation. The committee will accept a total of approximately 100-120 oral presentations.
Topics for poster and free oral presentations include:
1. Basic Science
2. Neuroprosthetics and Neural Engineering
- Movement Disorders
- Psychiatric Disorders
- Cognitive Disorders
- Spasticity and Movement Disorders
7. Peripheral Nerve
8. Cardiovascular Disorders
9. Gastrointestinal and Colorectal Disorders
10. Systemic Disease
11. Genitourinary Disorders
12. Non- and Less-Invasive Brain Stimulation
Paper abstracts previously presented or published may not be submitted without modification. Original work must be changed or expanded, resulting in a new abstract.
The Scientific Program Committee recognizes that submissions of high quality, accepted for presentation at this meeting, should be acknowledged. All accepted abstracts will be published on the Society's website and in the online version of the INS journal, Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface. INS will retain the copyright of published abstracts.