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The highest scoring abstracts will be identified during the peer review and awarded Oral Communications (unless the submitter has marked they do not wish their abstract to be considered for an oral presentation). The review committee will accept approximately 35 abstracts for oral communications. These will be presented in the Oral Communication sessions as part of the Scientific Programme. Each oral presenter will be allowed 8 minutes of lecture time, 8 slides, and a 2-minute question and answer period.
The abstract competition will take place live during the
Oral Communication sessions at the e-INS 2021 Congress!
The Oral Communications will be judged live. The six best will be awarded the prize - Free registration to the INS 2022 World Congress!
The winners of each session will be announced at the e-INS 2021 Closing Ceremony on Saturday.
To qualify for the competition, the primary author must be a current member of the INS and must have registered for the congress.