Abstract submission is now open for oral and poster presentations at the ANS 2021 ASM. All abstracts need to be submitted via the Online Abstract Management system Currinda. Prior to submitting your abstract, you will first need to create a profile in Currinda. This is a simple step and will take less than two minutes to set up.
You must register for the conference before you can submit an abstract. Upon completion of your registration, you will be sent a registration confirmation email with a link to the Abstract Submission portal.
The Abstract Submission Portal will allow authors who have submitted an abstract to review and/or update their abstract until the Abstract Submission closing date of Friday 30 July 2021 (oral) and Friday 22 October 2021 (posters).
ANS Council and the Local Organising Committee seek to maximise in-person attendance at the ANS 2021 meeting in Melbourne. However, if prohibited by government-mandated COVID-19 travel restrictions, there will be an opportunity to present virtually.
Abstract Presentation Types
- Oral presentations are 15-minutes long in total. Speakers should allow for a 10-minute presentation followed by a 5-minute question period.
- Poster presentations should be A0 (841mm wide x 1189mm high) and Portrait Orientation (not landscape). Posters that do not fit this format may risk not being displayed.