2013 Abstract Submission Rules and Disclosure Statement 



1) Abstracts can only be presented by International Neuroethics Society members.  If an author cannot be present, a person knowledgeable with the abstract may present it.

2) Abstracts must be in the format outlined on the International Neuroethics Society website under Call for Abstracts.

3) Work presented in abstracts must be in compliance with local policies and ethical review related to the use of humans and animals in research.

4) Twenty-five abstracts will be published in the online version of AJOB Neuroscience.  Authors are responsible for English translation and readability.  Selections are made by AJOB-N.

5) Abstracts are reviewed by members of the INS Program Committee.  Two will be selected for a $250 Travel Award and five will be selected to give oral presentations during the Annual Meeting on November 8. 

6) Disclosure and Conflict of Interest Statements -  A Disclosure and Conflict of Interest statement should be a part of the abstract.  It is the author’s responsibility to report any real or perceived financial conflict of interest. Any potential for financial gain that may be derived from reported work may constitute a potential conflict of interest. Disclosure is required in any case in which an individual or company stands to benefit financially from research performed. Therefore, the onus for disclosure is on each author to indicate any benefit to an individual or company that may potentially lead to financial reward.  The recommended format is:

___Disclosures:   None


___Disclosures:  The author/s (insert initials here) disclose a relationship with …

The Disclosure should appear on the bottom left corner of the poster and this form should be completed and returned by September 1.


Thank you for completing this form by September 1, 2013. Please return it by email to [email protected]