Deadline is extended until the 13 May 2019 Closed
The Scientific Committee welcomes the submission of original contributions on the progress and controversies in hydrocephalus. Accepted papers will be presented as oral or poster presentations.
Authors should indicate their presentation format preference but the final decision on the presentation format will be determined by the Scientific Committee.
Abstracts may be selected for presentation in one of the following formats:
- Oral presentation: fully presented in oral format
- E-poster presentation: available for review on multiple computer monitors and large LCD screens within the conference centre.
Abstracts will be peer-reviewed and scored on scientific merit, originality, and relevancy to the field of hydrocephalus.
If you want to submit an abstract for the Young Investigators Award, you have to state that:
- I consent that, as Presenter, I may submit only 1 abstract for the Young Investigators Award
- I received my degree within the last 3 years
- I am a trainee
Submission of Abstracts
Abstracts must be submitted not later than 13 May 2019 Closed