Submit Your Abstract

On behalf of the Scientific Committee of the ISAH 2019, thank you for submitting your work for presentation at the 15th International Conference on SubArachnoid Hemorrhage in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. We have an online submission and evaluation process administered by Kenes; please take a moment to read the following simple guidelines.

All abstracts must be submitted online through the abstract submission system. Abstracts that are sent via e-mail or fax will not be included in the abstract assessment process by the Scientific Committee.

Abstract submission deadline is December 31, 2018.

Kindly note that the abstract submission system will be closed after this deadline.

 

abstract submission

 

Abstract Submission Guideline

  • The presenting author assumes full responsibility for the contents of the abstract and must ensure that all other authors have approved the abstract before submission.
  • The presenting author will be required to register for the congress in order to have acceptance of the abstract confirmed and published in congress e-abtsract book.

Preparation of Abstracts:

  • All abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • Category: A main category (see below) that is relevant for your abstract must be selected during the submission process. The Scientific Committee reserves the right to change the category during the abstract assessment process.
  • Presentation type: As usual, abstracts will be considered either for:

       - Oral Presentation
       - Poster Presentation


Your preference (oral or poster) should be indicated during the submission process. The Scientific Committee reserves the right to change the presentation type according to the requirements of the scientific program.


Title: 
Abstract title can contain a maximum of 250 characters. (including spaces)

  • Author(s): First and last names, and institutions of all authors must be fully indicated correctly and in the right order. The e-mail address of the presenting author should be included.
  • Institution(s): The institution(s) of the authors should be indicated fully with the "department" and "institution" names while avoiding any abbreviations such as Dept., Inst., Hosp., etc. The institution and city should be written in lower case while the initials of each word are written in capitals.
  • Abstract text: Abstract text should not exceed 300 words. The title of the abstract, authors' names, institutions and key words are not included in this limit.

       The abstract should have four sections
       - Background and aim
       - Material and Methods
       - Results
       - Conclusion

  • Images, tables, diagrams and graphs are not allowed for the abstracts.
  • Keywords: Keywords should not be included in any of the sections of the abstract text, and written only in the section dedicated for keywords. A maximum 5 keywords can be provided. All keywords should be written in lower case (e.g.: hydrocephalus).
  • Please do not submit multiple copies of the same abstract.

Please get in contact with Ms. Neyir Seda Utugen from the Congress Secretariat (nutugen@kenes.com) for editing after submitting the abstract. 

Please ensure that the e-mail address of the presenting author is entered correctly to enable the Congress Organizing Secretariat to communicate with you regarding the abstract. All information regarding the acceptance, any required adjustments, and scheduling will be communicated via e-mail to the abstract presenting author.


The abstract categories will be as follows:

  • Early brain injury after SAH
  • Delayed cerebral ischemia
  • Other cerebral and extracerebral complications after SAH
  • Neuroinflammation
  • Genetic studies
  • Animal studies
  • Advances/challenges in aneurysm repair
  • Neuropsychological and functional outcomes
  • Unruptured intracranial aneurysms (experimental and clinical studies)
  • UIA/SAH epidemiology
  • Recent and ongoing clinical trials
  • Neuromonitoring (microdialysis, CBF, tissue oxygen, etc) and neurocritical care
  • Novel imaging techniques in SAH (quantification, molecular imaging, cytotoxic and vasogenic edema, etc)
  • NIH/NINDS Common Data Elements project
  • Future perspectives in UIA and SAH research

 

Evaluation Process and Acceptance Letters:

All submitted abstracts will be scored by 3-4 members of the Scientific Committee following which the draft program will be drawn up by the chair of the Scientific Committee and sent to the Program Committee for approval.

Acceptance letters will be sent via e-mail. Relevant information about your abstract's presentation including the presentation date, time, venue, presentation number will be included in the acceptance letters. 

 

The presenting author of the abstract must be registered for the congress

by 8th February 2019.


Thank you for submitting your work for consideration. We are looking forward to meeting you for what promises to be a fabulous meeting in Amsterdam! Please make contact with us directly should you have any specific enquiries.

 

Kenes M+, Scientific Program Coordinator

Neyir Seda Utugen, nutugen@kenes.com

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Venue

Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ Amsterdam
Piet Heinkade 1
1019 BR Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Founded in 2005; Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ is the most important stage for contemporary music in the Netherlands. It is located above the IJtunnel, a ten-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station. The building was designed by Danish architects 3XN. Spacious modern rooms, parking directly under the building and an unparalleled view: Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ has it all in house.

Organization Secretariat

Kenes M+

General Inquiries:
Ms. Merve Tufekci
mtufekci@kenes.com