The abstract submission deadline for the International Neuroethics Society (INS) meeting has been extended to July 31. So, if you're planning to attend the INS meeting in October (in New Orleans, right before the Society for Neuroscience conference) and would like to exhibit a poster, you still have time.
From the INS website:
We welcome abstracts reporting recent results in the field of neuroethics and related topics. Investigators at any career stage are encouraged to submit abstracts. Selections will be made based on content, available space, and overall balance. In 2011 over 50 posters were selected for display. Participants may submit the same abstract for the INS meeting as for the Society for Neuroscience Meeting.
Five submissions will be selected for Oral Presentations. Two submissions will receive a $250 Travel Award. Twenty-five abstracts will be published in the online version of American Journal of Bioethics - Neuroscience (AJOB-N).
Abstracts should be up to 500 words (including title, author names and affiliations and references if applicable). At least one author must be an INS member and register for the Annual Meeting. Abstracts will be reviewed by the INS Program Committee. Work presented in abstracts must be in compliance with local IRB governance and comply with INS Abstract Submission and Disclosure Statement.
The Dana Foundation is a supporter of the INS and has been since its inception.
--Ann L. Whitman