2nd Annual NIH Investigator Meeting for Interoception Research Abstract Submission Form for Flash Talks and Poster Presentations
Expiration Date: 09/2025
In preparation for our 2nd Annual National Institutes of Health (NIH) Investigator Meeting for Interoception Research on November 11, 2023, we are encouraging all early-stage investigators to apply for our flash talks (6 spots) and/or poster presentations (20 spots). Graduate students, postdocs, and junior investigators (up to assistant professors) are eligible. Applicants must commit to attend the meeting in-person at the NIH campus.
Scientific abstracts should be no longer than 500 words. The deadline for submission is July 23, 2023, and we will notify applicants of the status of their submissions by August 11, 2023.
Criteria for selection will be based on evaluation of:
- Hypothesis and findings
- Novel technologies
- Additional topics not presented by the featured speakers
- Balance of organ systems
Limited travel awards will be available to support selected presenters. Travel awards will be announced at the time of selection on August 11, 2023.
Please contact NCCIHBlueprintIntero@mail.nih.gov with any questions you may have regarding the submission process and criteria for eligibility.
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Will you plan to attend the Interoception Meeting in-person?