Call for Abstract & Call for Session
投稿說明

 

I. Submit an Abstract for Oral/Poster Presentation

 

Abstracts should be submitted in English via Online Abstract Submission System for the consideration of oral or poster presentation at the 7th Mind-Body Interface International Symposium.

 

Guidelines for Abstract Submission for Oral/Poster Presentation

 

※ Deadline for abstract submission: July 28, 2017 (updated on July 15, 2017)

※ Word limit: 500 words, and the abstract should include Background, Methods, Results and Conclusion. All submission must be in English.

※ We welcome submissions on area of

  • basic science and the biological processes and factors underlying the links between diet, nutrition and mental health, including the brain-gut-microbe axis, immunology and metabolic processes and molecular science, etc.
  • neuroimaging, personalized medicine, life style intervention, health promotion and disease management, etc. in mental health across age groups.
  • epidemiology, public health and population studies, etc. in mental health.

※ Submission will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and results will be released and sent to the applicant by email no later than Aug. 15, 2017 (updated on July 15, 2017).

※ No honorarium is given; however, complimentary rates for registration and a local tour are provided. All accepted participants are cordially invited to the welcome dinner.

※ Best Poster Award is provided with a certificate and USD$ 200. The winner will be announced at the Closing Ceremony (updated on March 26, 2017).

※ Download the form for Abstract Submission for Oral/Poster Presentation: Word/PDF

 

 

II. Submit a Proposal for Symposium Session

 

The 7th MBI Int’l Symposium is seeking for proposals for symposium sessions. Proposal should be submitted in English via Online Symposium Session Submission.

 

Symposium sessions are intended to complement a broader conceptual themes of invited talks. Hence, proposed symposium sessions should be focused on a special interest topic; for example, a methodological issue, a disease-centred approach, or a focused topic within a specific domain of neuroscience.

 

The time allocated for each session is 90-120 minutes, organised as 4-5 talk slots. Discussion time can be scheduled according to the organizers discretion (e.g., after individual talks, concentrated at the end of a session, or for an alternative format, such as a debate among the speakers, an extended Q&A between the audience and speakers, etc.).

 

Session chair must ensure that all speakers are committed to participating in the symposium before submitting a proposal, and is also responsible for assurance of adherence to the rules and of the merit of the presentation.

 

In the case of a symposium talk with more than one author, the first author must present the work. Proposals will be evaluated by the MBI Scientific Committee. Symposium sessions often benefit from a diversity of perspective and institutional affiliations. Proposals from young investigators are encouraged. Submitting a session proposal and/or speaking in a symposium does not prevent you from submitting an abstract for an oral or poster presentation at MBI Int’l Symposium.

 

Guidelines for Symposium Session Submission

 

※ Deadline for proposal submission: July 28, 2017 (updated on July 15, 2017)

※ It is required to provide a session summary and an abstract for each of the talks in the session. The summary and each abstract must not exceed 250 words each, including Background, Methods, Results and Conclusion. The session and talk titles should clearly define the work discussed. All submission must be in English.

※ Submission will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and results will be released and sent to the chair by email, no later than Aug. 15, 2017 (updated on July 15, 2017).

※ No honorarium is given; however, complimentary rates for registration and local tour are provided. All session speakers are cordially invited to the welcome dinner.

※ MBI Symposium Organising Committee reserves the right to ask a session chair to modify their session to ensure balance and quality in the symposium programme.

※ Download the form for Symposium Session Submission: Word/PDF

 

I. 論文摘要投稿須知

 

※ 論文摘要投稿分為壁報展示口頭報告,以線上論文投稿系統進行投稿,研討會以全英文進行。

※ 論文摘要投稿截止日:106年7月28日 (五) (106/7/15更新)

※ 投稿格式:請提供500字以內之英文摘要,需含研究背景、方法、結果與結論

※ 論文審查結果將於 106年8月15日 (二) 前公布並以email個別通知 (106/7/15更新)

※ 我們歡迎以下相關的研究主題踴躍投稿

  • basic science and the biological processes and factors underlying the links between diet, nutrition and mental health, including the brain-gut-microbe axis, immunology and metabolic processes and molecular science, etc.
  • neuroimaging, personalized medicine, life style intervention, health promotion and disease management, etc. in mental health across age groups.
  • epidemiology, public health and population studies, etc. in mental health.

※ 投稿被接受者可享各項費用減免(註冊費、旅遊活動等)並獲邀參加大會晚宴,與國際專家學者進行交流與互動。

※ 大會設有「最佳壁報獎」,評審結果將於研討會閉幕典禮時頒發,提供獎狀一紙及美金$200元獎金 (106/3/26更新)

※ 下載論文投稿表格: Word/PDF

 

 

II. 專題座談投稿須知須知

 

「第七屆身心介面國際研討會」歡迎與神經精神醫學相關的研究專題投稿。專題座談是由一位主持人負責,就所訂定的主題進行座談討論。每個場次的時間為90-120分鐘,由4-5位講者組成。

※ 本投稿以線上專題投稿系統進行,研討會以全英文進行。

※ 專題座談投稿截止日:106年7月28日 (五) (106/7/15更新)

※ 投稿格式:專題主題及個別講者的講題須分別提供250字以內之英文摘要,包含研究背景、方法、結果與結論。專題之標題須符合該座談的內容與主題。

※ 審查結果將於106年8月15日 (二) 前公布並以email通知主持人 (106/7/15更新)

※ 獲選之專題的所有講者可享各項費用減免(註冊費、旅遊活動等),並獲邀參加大會晚宴與國際專家學者進行交流與互動。

※ 為確保本研討會的議程內容質量並重,籌備單位有權協請專題座談主持人進行講題的更動與調整。

※ 下載專題座談投稿表格: Word/PDF

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