Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for conference-related questions.
Is the research day open to visiting students in neuroscience from other universities?
Yes. The research day is absolutely open and visiting neuroscience students are encouraged to participate.
Can I submit an abstract for the art competition AND to present?
Absolutely. Attendees with artistic talent are encouraged to submit an abstract for the art competition regardless of whether they have another abstract.
I am an Undergraduate student, can I present my work at NRD?
Unfortunately, this year we do not have Undergraduate presentations. However, you are welcome to register and attend the conference!
Should I expect a confirmation email after registration and/or an abstract submission?
Confirmation emails are sent out immediately following submission. We will also contact you within a few days of the abstract submission deadline of February 3rd to advise you of your presentation type and time.
Can I present methods or preliminary data at the conference?
Yes, you may present methods or preliminary data, but only as a poster presentation. Posters already presented at other conferences are also welcome.
Can I present “Brain Art” without being serious about competing?
Definitely! We want this event to be fun and diverse in terms of what you perceive “art” to be
Will poster/oral/art presentation abstracts be
No, NRD abstracts will not be accessible to the public. Once the full program is in its final form, only trainees with a UWO email address will be able to view the online program. We will also be emailing pdf versions of the program to all registrants the week of NRD (especially for those without a UWO email/password).