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The work to assign the congress abstracts to different poster sessions (and select poster highlights) is now completed. Information will be posted very soon. Meanwhile, here comes some information for those who asked about poster size: Poster board dimensions are ( H: 190 cm, W: 90 cm). The recommended poster format is A0 sheet (841 × 1189 mm, 33.1 × 46.8
Dear IBAGS Community, First of all, we would like to thank you for the very large number of abstracts submitted to the IBAGS XIV meeting!The abstract review was completed on March 28, and all abstracts fulfilled the predetermined quality criteria in terms of thematic relevance and scientific contents. All abstract presenters who had opted not to be considered for a
The number of abstracts submitted to the IBAGS XIV meeting has been larger than anticipated (and all are relevant and interesting!). An in-depth review of all the abstracts is now ongoing to select candidates for oral presentations. We count on sending official letters of invitations for posters or oral presentations by the end of March.
Several people with connections to IBAGS XIV are currently receiving fraudulent requests for economic support signed Angela Cenci Nilsson (typical e-mail title: IBAGS SERVICE ASSISTANCE APPEAL). The e-mail sender so far has been: “Angela Cenci Nilsson <email@example.com>”, although additional e-mail addresses are also used. Please be all assured that neither myself nor anybody else in the IBAGS
The abstract submission deadline as well as the deadline for early-bird registration has been extended. New deadline for both are January 31, 2023.
The registration to the next IBAGS Triennial Meeting In Stockholm 2023 has now opened. You can register here: (Early bird registration has been extended until Jan 31, 2023) Also abstract submission is open. Deadline extended until January 31, 2023
IBAGS XIV meeting will consist of 10 plenary sessions distributed over 3 days (14, 15 and 16 June; the first day will showcase translational research though a joint programme with the Movement Disorders Society Basic Science Group). The session topics have now been finalised by the Council and the Local organising committee (speakers will be invited shortly).
We invite you to join us at the XIV Meeting of the International Basal Ganglia Society (IBAGS), which will be held in Stockholm on June 13-16, 2023. IBAGS XIV will be a major event for all scientists interested in the molecular, cellular and network organization of the basal ganglia, and their related neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative