mGIuRs Abstract Submission Form

mGluRs invites abstracts from neuroscience-related research projects that are completed, ongoing, and proposed. Finished and ongoing projects are those in which the project is completely or partially executed, and the authors can report and interpret study results. Ongoing projects can be denoted by including “Preliminary Findings” in the abstract title. Proposed projects are those in which the justification, objectives, and methodology are established but data collection is pending and/or in early stages. Specific abstract requirements for each project type are provided below. For your abstract to be considered for mGluRs, please complete all fields below and submit your abstract by September 14, 2022. Only one student per project should submit an abstract. The faculty mentor associated with the project will receive a confirmation email after submission.
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Abstract submission

Instructions: Upload abstracts as a Microsoft Word file according to the guidelines below. Include the title and all authors’ names in the abstract submission.

Guidelines for completed projects and ongoing projects: In 500 words or less, state the study’s research objectives and rationale, summarize the methods and results, and state the conclusions.

Guidelines for proposed projects: In 500 words or less, state the study’s research objectives and rationale, and summarize the proposed methods. Authors are encouraged to discuss the novelty/unique aspects of the methods in relation to other work. Discuss the study’s hypotheses, expected results, and timeline.


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