Abstract Submission Guidelines:
Deadline for abstract submission is November 1st 2022.
Summaries of new, ongoing and updated research in the area of cancer and cognition are acceptable for submission and presentation.
Submission Categories:Cognition – AdultsCognition – Pediatrics/AYAImagingPreclinicalInterventionsStudy Design or Statistical MethodologyMechanisms of cognitive impairmentOtherSubmission Criteria:
Priority will be given to abstracts reporting final study results. Studies in progress will be considered but those reporting a study design without results will not be considered for an oral presentation.
Accepted abstracts must be presented by the presenting author or an officially designated representative. The corresponding author must formally communicate any changes in the presenting author to firstname.lastname@example.org Any author who plans to attend the meeting must register and pay the appropriate meeting registration fee.
The abstract is limited to 300 words (excluding title, authors and affiliations).
Organise your abstract according to four sections, identified by the following headings: Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.
Tables and images are not able to be used.
Please note that the ICCTF 2023 meeting is being held prior to and in conjunction with the International Neuropsychological Society meeting (February 1-4, 2023).
Registration for the ICCTF 2023 meeting will be available on the INS website (https://www.the-ins.org/meetings/sandiego2023/ ).
We look forward to seeing you at ICCTF 2023 in San Diego!