Hot Topic: Late Breaking Data abstracts will be accepted online for poster presentation at the 14th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research 01-29 January 2013.
Hot Topic: Late Breaking Data abstracts should be a scientific project or experiment. These abstracts are requested in the usual format containing a description of the project or experiment, the new data generated, and an interpretation of the results. Any final data can be added to the presentation prior to the Congress, but the concept cannot be appreciably different from that of the original abstract. Hot Topic: Late Breaking Data abstracts will be included in the lunch-time Poster Sessions. The Program Committee will review and organize these submissions.
- Hot Topic: Late Breaking Data abstracts may not be a re-submission of an abstract submitted in the regular submission time period, even across presentation types; e.g. Oral/Poster and Symposium.
- Abstracts should consist of new data; not be previously presented data, whether at this meeting or another.
- A reanalysis of an already presented study or of a new aspect of the study is acceptable. For example, the presentation of the secondary outcome measures or the metabolic data is considered well within the concept of a new presentation.
- A first author may submit only one Hot Topic: Late Breaking Data abstract. The same author may be included on multiple submissions.
- Submission Information, including character limits, organization, disclosure requirements, etc., is available in the online submission site after creating an account and logging in.
A $50 abstract submission fee will be collected at the time of submission. This amount will be credited to those who register online for the meeting by entering the abstract Control ID number and code given after abstract payment is made.
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