2013 Workshop Guidelines & Submission Page

WORKSHOP submissions should be focused on a single broad topic relevant to schizophrenia research that is interesting, timely, and covers a broad scope of scientific interest.  The topic should benefit from discussion, development, and research experience.  Presentations are not required to contain new data, but should be scientifically based.  The Workshop presentations should benefit from the discussion and interaction of the presenters with the audience.  Priority will be given to scientific excellence, timeliness, breadth of coverage, and importance to schizophrenia along with the fit of the topic to a discussion and interaction format.  There are eight Workshop sessions available and the Program Committee will review and select Workshops for presentation during an evening time slot of two hours.

  • ACCME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ compliance requires disclosure information be included for each author of an abstract.  The submitting author will be responsible for including all authors’ disclosure information. Please ensure that your submission does not contain spelling, grammar, or scientific errors as it will be reproduced and published exactly as submitted.
  • Workshop submissions include a complete list of participants with the Chair designated, an Overview for the Workshop, and a Description consisting of the rationale for the discussion/interaction format.
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  • No abstract is required for each participant.

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Workshop submissions will be accepted

ICOSR 2013 registration extended to Sept 19, 2012

8.00a EST
Wednesday 18 July 2012


5.00p EST
Wednesday 19 September 2012

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