Call for Abstract

Abstract Submission Procedure

All participants are invited to submit abstracts in poster format for presentation at the International Alzheimer’s Disease Conference 2018 to be held in Hong Kong Science Park on 7-8 September. Please refer to the following guidelines for submission:
  • Submitted materials should not be previously published.
  • All Abstracts must be written in English and submitted before 15 August 2018.
  • Presenting Author will be notified, should their abstract be accepted by 22 August 2018. If no reply is received by the date, please contact the Secretariat.
  • The exact schedule of shortlisted presentations at the Conference will be announced by 1 September 2018.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings.

Abstract formatting

  • Word Limit: 300 words (including references).
  • All Abstracts must be written in English and submit in the required format through our online application system. Please refer to the submission form below for reference. Any deviation from this format will NOT be accepted.
  • A maximum of 3 references can be entered per abstract submission. References should be cited in the text by surname of the author and the publication date in parentheses, e.g., Gall (1825) or (Gall & Spurzheim, 1810). References must be listed alphabetically at the end of the abstract. Journal titles should be written out in full, not abbreviated. Only articles that have been published or are in press should be included in the references. Use underlining for journal and book titles only.
  • Please include sufficient information in the methods and results sections to allow readers to have a clear understanding of what data were collected and what results were found. Where appropriate, include details on data acquisition and analysis, number of subjects, quantitative results and statistics.
    NB: Editing and proofreading are the responsibility of the authors.

Sample Submission Form

Title
Author [Full name should be used]
Background
Methods
Results
Conclusions
References [An example of a correct citation]
Jolicoeur, P. (1999). Dual-task interference and visual encoding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 25, 596-616.

Outstanding AD Investigator Awards

All participants are invited to submit abstracts in poster format for presentation at the International Alzheimer’s Disease Conference 2018 and compete for a Cash Prize up to HK$10,000.

Authors should indicate if they wish to have their abstracts considered for the Award when they submit the abstract online.

Shortlisted finalists will be requested to make presentations for the adjudicators to review at the Conference.

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Conference Secretariat
Miss Jessica Lam

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

Tel: 2629 6787

Email: jessica.lam@hkstp.org