Posters and oral communications

The best oral communication will be awarded with a 500€ prize and so will be the best poster. The prizes will be given Saturday October 7th, 2017 during the conclusions of the conference.

Young Investigator Travel Grant

The Young Investigator Travel Grant is awarded to the three  top Young Investigators who are selected to present an oral or plenary poster presentation at the Brain Mets Annual Meeting. Young Investigator Travel Grant recipients will receive 600€ (USA), 600€ (ASIA) & 300€ (Europe) to support travel to the Meeting. These grants will be officially announced and given Saturday October 7th, 2017 during the conclusions of the conference.

Eligible applicants must:

  • Be the first and presenting author of the abstract
  • Be a student/trainee or within five years of completion of a Ph.D., M.D., residency training or equivalent.

Deadline: August 29th, 2017

Main Topics

  • Basic and translational research session
  • Therapeutic guidelines and management
  • recommendations
  • Poster session
  • Selected oral presentations
  • Symposium

Abstract submission guidelines

Abstract should be submitted and sent here
Submit an abstract

They will be sent to the Scientific Committee for review.
Abstracts submitted via fax will not be accepted. Abstracts must be received by the announced deadline. Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered.
Please do not submit multiple copies of the same abstract. You will receive confirmation that your abstract has been submitted, indicating the abstract number which it has been allocated. Refer to the abstract number in all correspondence regarding the abstract.
Please follow the instructions listed in this website step-by-step.

Rules for submission

The presenting author is expected to attend the Meeting and present the poster or oral presentation. Presenting authors of abstracts must be registered participants.
The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission.
All abstracts must be submitted and presented in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication.
Before submitting the abstract, the Abstract Submitter will be required to confirm the following :

  • I confirm that I previewed this abstract and that all information is correct. I accept that the content of this abstract cannot be modified or corrected after final submission and I am aware that it will be published exactly as submitted.
  • Submission of the abstract constitutes my consent to publication (e.g. meeting website, programs, other promotions, etc.)
  • The Abstract Submitter warrants and represents that he/she is the sole owner or has the rights of all the information and content ("Content") provided to  7th Annual Brain Metastases Research and Emerging Therapy Conference  (Hereafter: “The Organizers"). The publication of the abstract does not infringe any third party rights including, but not limited to, intellectual property rights. The Abstract Submitter grants the Organizers a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable nonexclusive license to use, reproduce, publish, translate, distribute, and display the Content.
  •  The Organizers reserve the right to remove from any publication an abstract which does not comply with the above.
  • I herewith confirm that the contact details saved in this system are those of the corresponding author, who will be notified about the status of the abstract. The corresponding author is responsible for informing the other authors about the status of the abstract.

Abstract Preparation

Classic call for abstract:

  • Presenting author's contact details
  • Email address (Full postal address)
  • Author and co-authors' details
    - Full first and family name(s).
    - Authors’ names must be in upper and lower case (J.J.C. Smith).
    - Affiliation details: department, institution / hospital, city, state (if relevant), country

Abstract title - limited to 20 words
Abstract text - limited to 300 words, including acknowledgements. We recommend using word-processing software (for example, Word) for editing your abstract and counting the number of words.

  • Abstracts should clearly state:
    - Background
    - Material & Methods
    - Conclusions
    - Keywords (up to 6)

Use only standard abbreviations. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full word appears the first time. Use generic names of drugs. Express numbers as numerals.

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