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GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
for abstracts submission is June 20th , 2003.
FOR ORAL PRESENTATION
FOR POSTER PRESENTATION
FOR POSTER EXHIBITION
- Abstracts covering topics of IEB can be sent by e-mail
to the Scientific Comitee before June 21st , 2003 in an attached file.
- E-mail adress is firstname.lastname@example.org
- Abstract file format should be WORD 2000 or earlier.
- Extension should not exceed 2500 characters (spaces included).
- The title should be written in font Times New Roman 14
- Use font Times New Roman 12 to write the author/s. The
author intending to present the work should be underlined.
- The corresponding institution/s should be included indicating
the author/s related to it.
- Text should be written using Font is Times New Roman 12
if no other is indicated.
- It is convenient to write the abstract according to the
following sections: Introduction, Material and methods, Results and Conclusions.
In that case these titles should preceded each section. Font Times New Roman
12 bold should be used for those titles.
- Please indicate the type of presentation (oral / video
- Please indicate the topic which you prefer to be included
the presentation, according to the usual topics of IEB meetings (see list
- Oral and Video Presentations should not exceed 10 min/each.
The discussion will be at the end of each group of presentations. Duration
should not exceed 10 min. Discussion beyond the scheduled time should be carried
out through private sessions.
- Posters discussion will be at independent public sessions.
- Please indicate equipment needed for the presentation.
It is available :
- PC and video projector (resolution XGA or inferior)
- Video VHS, SuperVHS , DAT on request; (PAL)
- Projector for 35mm Slides
- Overhead Projector for Transparency Films
- Poster Stand 80x100 cm with conventional poster fixing
1. CELL SIGNALLING, IONIC CHANNELS & RECEPTORS
2. NITRIC OXIDE & FREE RADICALS
3. INNER EAR MORPHOLOGY
4. IMMUNOLOGY, ENDOLYMPHATIC SAC & ENDOLYMPHATIC HYDROPS
5. GENETICS RELATED TO THE INNER EAR
6. DEVELOPMENT, REGENERATION AND AGING
8. CLINICAL IMPLICATION OF INNER EAR RESEARCH
9. ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF COCHLEA AND AUDITORY PATHWAYS
10. APOPTOSIS AND CELL DEATH