Ignacio Moreno Torres (got a travel grant)
Naianna Robertsson (got a travel grant)
Nienke Wolthuis (got a travel grant )
In addition to the invited talks, two poster sessions will be held during the school. The purpose of the poster session is to provide an informal platform for scientists and students to network and exchange ideas, share information and expertise on current research developments in the field of neurolinguistics, and take away new insights to implement in their own research.
We invite all participants to submit abstracts to participate in the poster session. Submissions are invited on all topics related to the neural aspects of language. Example topics include, but are not limited to:
- Neurogenetic communication disorders
- Language development and neuroplasticity
- Speech pathology and therapy
Abstracts must be written in English and limited to 500 words (excluding the references and the title). Abstracts will be selected on the basis of the clarity of research, the soundness of methodology and the contribution to the field.
The authors of the 3 best submissions will be offered up to $US 500 to cover travel expenses. Each abstract will be reviewed anonymously by the scientific committee, so please do not include any identifying information in the body of the abstract. There will be no printed proceedings.
Abstracts can be submitted via the abstract submission page. Submissions sent by e-mail will not be reviewed.
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