We have a message for many of you who are considering submitting an abstract at this point, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. We are pleased to announce that we are now offering online poster abstract submission using the conventional "Late-Breaking Abstracts (LBA)" system. Please consider presenting your latest results and join us all at the Meeting!
The abstract submission period is different from the pre-registration period.
April 22, 2021 at 12:00 noon (JST)
May 14, 2021 at 12:00 noon (JST)
Poster presentation only. In principle, accepted LBAs are to be presented online.
Videos or materials streamed for virtual presentations in poster presentations will not be retained after this Meeting except for those we obtain consent from presenters in advance to do so.
＜Contact information for JNS membership/annual fee＞
The Japan Neuroscience Society
Visit the website from here.
Phone: 03-3813-0272 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the website of the Chinese Neuroscience Society from here.
Visit the website of the Korean Society for Brain and Neural Sciences from here.
Especially outstanding abstracts will be selected from poster presentations given by undergraduate students for the award.
Those who were undergraduate students as of February 10, 2021 are qualified candidates, even though they attend graduate schools when the meeting is held.
If you wish to apply, please select “Apply” for the award on the abstract submission screen. We highly encourage your entry.
Poster presentation *Online presentation
Please click on the “Registration System” button at the bottom of this page to create an account and register for the meeting. After your registration is completed, you will be able to continue to submit your abstract.
To view or modify what you have entered, you need to login to the system. Please be sure to keep your account information (login ID and password) in a safe place until acceptance/non-acceptance of your abstract is notified.
The existence of conflict of interest of the first author, corresponding author (including non-members of the JNS), and their spouses and relatives in the first degree who share income/assets with them backdated a year from the time of abstract submission should be disclosed when you intend to present your work at the Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society.
Conflict of interest should also be disclosed in your presentation on the day of the meeting if there is any.
Please visit the JNS website and read through the guidelines from below.
Operational Guidelines on Reporting a COI
The abstract body is limited to 2,500 characters, including space, special characters, symbols, and HTML tags that are used for text formatting.
To count characters, please click “body” to select all text, copy, click on the “Characters Counter” button, and paste the text into the counter box. Please note that abstracts with more than 2,500 characters will not be accepted.
When you wish to use special characters or text formatting, please copy and paste what you need from the list of available symbols being displayed in another window on the abstract submission screen.
You can view or modify your submitted abstract only during the Late-Breaking Abstract submission period. Please login to the registration system and make necessary changes.
After the Late-Breaking Abstract submission period is closed, you will not be able to modify the registered information, including the abstract text, authors (the first author and co-authors), or affiliations. We will make no exceptions regardless of the circumstances.
The pre-registration system and abstract submission system are two independent systems. Even if you changed information in one system, it will not be reflected in the other. Please be sure to make modifications in both systems if you have any changes in the submitted information.
Acceptance/non-acceptance of Late-Breaking abstracts will be notified via email in the middle of June after the program is fixed. The acceptance notification includes information such as presentation date and time. The decision about the acceptance/non-acceptance of abstracts should rest with the Program Committee. Please note that your abstract may not be accepted.