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Canadian League Against Epilepsy

Call for abstracts

The Call for Abstracts is now closed.

The CLAE Scientific Meeting poster session has traditionally been a program highlight. Participants are encouraged to submit their research covering a broad spectrum of topics including clinical, nursing, neuroimaging, neurophysiology, neuropsychology and basic science aspects of epilepsy. 

Trainee Oral Abstract Presentation
The top four abstracts submitted by a clinical or research trainee (clinical resident, graduate student or postdoctoral fellow) will be selected for oral presentation at a platform session.

Abstract Instructions:

  • The maximum word count is 250 words, not including title, authors, affiliations and funding sources.  Institutional information should be provided for all authors.
  • Abstracts should be structured in five sections: Title, Rationale, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.
  • No figures, tables and other illustrations can be submitted.
  • Funding sources must be acknowledged at the end of the abstract.
  • Abbreviations and references should be used sparingly.

Please note:

  • Data already presented at other meetings are eligible for consideration. 
  • Study authors/investigators must submit for consideration their own poster. Submissions by a third party will not be accepted. 
  • One author/investigator must be present during the poster session (if their submission is accepted) and must have registered for the CLAE meeting. 
  • Stand-ins during the poster session will not be accepted.

The CLAE Education Committee will review all abstracts and send decision notifications the week of July 1, 2019. Instructions for posters will be available on the CLAE Conference website in August 2019. The CLAE Educational Committee thanks you in advance for contributing to our national epilepsy community.

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