Interesting Neuromuscular Case submissions were accepted for Workshop WS 5.2, to be held on Friday, July 8, 2016 from 13:30 to 15:00.
Please take note of the following important dates for the Interesting Neuromuscular Case submission:
|Interesting Neuromuscular Case Submission Deadline||March 1, 2016, midnight (PST)|
|Notification of Acceptance||March 16, 2016,|
|Presenter Registration Deadline||April 15, 2016 midnight (PST)|
Dr. Hans Katzberg & Dr. Aaron Izenberg
All accepted case submissions will have to present a 15 minute presentation on Friday, July 8, 2016, 13:30 – 15:00.
|5 minutes||Case Presentation|
|10 minutes||Discussion with audience & brief topic review|
The deadline for submitting an Interesting Neuromuscular Case is March 1, 2016, midnight (PST) . No submission will be considered after the closing date.
The case must represent original work that has not been previously published and will not have been presented or be under consideration for presentation at a national or international meeting prior to the dates of this meeting.
Presenters who are NOT registered by April 15, 2016, midnight (PST), will be removed.
Please click here to register.
Click here to submit an Interesting Neuromuscular Case. Paper and disk submissions will NOT be accepted. Cases can only be submitted online. ICNMD 2016 organizers expect that all cases selected for presentation will be presented by the authors and that submitted cases will not be withdrawn. Please do not submit an abstract if you are not able to travel to the Congress and present it in the form selected.
There is a 500-word limit for interesting case submissions. The submission should contain 2 sections, one describing the details of the case (which will be provided to the audience at the beginning of the session) and a brief discussion. NO GRAPHICS OR TABLES will be accepted with interesting case submissions. Do not use abbreviations, or references to authors or institutions in the title. Please also DO NOT give away the answer to your case in the title. The title should invoke interest, but not give away the answer to the case.
No changes can be made to your submission once it has been submitted. If changes need to be made, please submit a NEW case with the words vs 2 added to the end. For Example, “TITLE vs 2″.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION PERTAINING PRESS RELEASES AND EMBARGO POLICY
UPDATE: While we are publishing most abstracts on June 20 please refrain from sending out a news release or holding a press conference on the data contained in any abstracts until the date of the presentation at the 14th International Congress on Neuromuscular Diseases. Any entity may send out a release previewing the data and to announce its pending release at the ICNMD2016 Conference. ICNMD is withholding information for certain abstracts included in our press program. That information is forthcoming.
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