Call for Abstracts
Dendrites are complex structures that extend the computational power of neurons and serve as the substrate for network connectivity. The theoretical implication of dendritic structure on computational capacity has been studied since the 1950s, however recent technological advances allow us to observe and experiment in unprecedented detail and scale. Dendrites 2016 aims to bring together a wide range of studies, with topics ranging from general to system-specific phenomena, at scales raging from molecular to behavioral. We welcome contributions of both experimental and theoretical nature, that is in-vivo, in-vitro, and in-silico, addressing issues related to health or disease states, development or aging.
Submitted contributions should address novel findings, methods, or databases related to dendrites, that fall into one or more of the following domains:
Please note that places are limited and subject to availability. Attendees are highly encouraged to submit abstracts for presentations, since presenters will be given priority for registration.
Approximate dates are listed below. Please check back for updates.
Abstract submission opens: December 15, 2015
Abstract submission closes: February 25, 2016.
Notification of abstract acceptance: March 15, 2016.
Instructions for AuthorsTo submit an abstract, make sure you have created an account through the online registration system for the conference. After creating your accoung and signing in to the system please click here and follow the instructions to submit your abstract. You can save your entries at any time, leave the system and then re-enter to complete.
Submitted abstracts should be formatted according to the MS Word abstract template that we provide: [Click here to download abstract template]
If you have any queries about the submission process or you want to withdraw an abstract please contact the conference administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note one of the conditions of submission is that authors give their permission for the conference office to modify the font or layout of their abstract, if necessary, for printing purposes.
Instructions for Presenters/Posters
Please consult our guide for detailed instructions about the format of posters and the structure of oral presentations: Click here to download Instructions.