Cajal Club – Chile: Abstract Page
All abstracts should be submitted to: Susan.Yu@ucsf.edu
Please indicate, “Cajal Club Abstract” in the Subject line of the email.
Only Abstracts submitted by registered scientists will be considered for acceptance.
Instructions for Abstract Submission
- Abstracts must be submitted in Times New Roman font, 12 points.
- Abstracts must have all aspects of the research to be understood after reading. Each abstract must not be linked to another abstract or be pending at the time of presentation.
- Abstracts should be written for a general neuroscience audience.
- Abstracts must have a maximum length of 300 words, including all sections requested in point 5.
- Abstracts must be structured in the following way:
- Header: which includes title, authors, email address, and affiliations(s) where the presented work was developed.
- (Line break)
- Abstract body, including:
- Introduction: where the purpose or hypothesis of the study is clearly stated.
- Materials and Methods: where the study model, intervention, experimental groups, technique(s) sample size(s), statistical analysis, bioethical considerations, as appropriate, are stated.
- Results: where the findings are presented with the emphasis on the most significant ones for the study.
- Discussion: where the main contribution of the study, its relevance and potential are summarized.
- Acknowledgments: grants or foundations that sponsored the research.