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*All presenting authors who wish to submit an abstract must be registered for ASN 2022 first.
Once registered, you will receive a Registration Confirmation Email containing a link to the Abstract Submission Portal. 
If you are submitting the abstract on behalf of the presenting author, please enter the presenting author’s information in registration and the abstract submission.

The deadline to submit an abstract has been extended to Wednesday, December 15, 2021 at 11:59 pm EST.

There is a fee of  25 USD per abstract submission. Please note the fee is charged at the end of each abstract submission. Abstract submission(s) will be completed upon successful payment. Please follow the instructions in the submission portal when filling in the form, previewing and submitting your abstract! Before you start to type your abstract into the abstract form remember the following:

  1. The abstract should be information containing:
    1. the specific objectives of the study;
    2. a brief statement of method, if pertinent;
    3. a summary of the main results;
    4. a conclusion containing the main message of the paper. (It is not acceptable to state, for instance: "our data concerning .. will be presented" or "The results will be discussed".) No figures or tables are acceptable.
  2. When using non-standard abbreviations, spell them out in full the first time they appear in the text followed by the abbreviations in parentheses. Do not use abbreviations in the title of the abstract.
  3. The formatting of the presenting author, the other authors and their institutional address is done automatically. So please do NOT enter it as well in the main abstract text field.
  4. A total of 500 words for the entire abstract (excluding the abstract title, all authors and their institution, and spaces) cannot be exceeded.
  5. Abstracts can be submitted under four themes:

    • Building the Nervous System
    • Glial Mechanisms & Injury
    • Metabolism, Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
    • Neurodegeneration & Disease


If you have questions, please contact the Program Manager at:

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