Guidelines

Only abstracts submitted online through the Conference website will be accepted.


First authors must maintain an active membership with the IMDR-C at the time of submission.

First author must select the type of presentation required: oral communication or poster, or either.


Abstracts selected as oral communications will be assigned a 10 minute presentation time slot (7 min + 3 min Q&A).

We ask that researchers limit their number of first author submission to one. This does not inhibit researchers from collaborating on multiple projects.

The final status of all submission will be decided by the National Assembly’s scientific Committee Members.

Formatting

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Guidelines

Only abstracts submitted through the organizational email will be accepted. Submit now


First authors must maintain an active membership with the IMDR-C at the time of submission. Join I-MDRC

First author must select the type of presentation required: oral communication or poster, or either.


Abstracts selected as oral communications will be assigned a 10 minute presentation time slot (7 min + 3 min Q&A).

We ask that researchers limit their number of first author submission to one. This does not inhibit researchers from collaborating on multiple projects.

The final status of all submission will be decided by the National Assembly’s Scientific Committee Members.

Student Poster Competition

Students who wish to enter their submission for evaluation in the poster competition will indicate their entry during the registration process. Posters must adhere to all formatting guidelines and be displayed for the entirety of the conference to be considered for evaluation by the scientific committee. The scientific committee will announce the winner of the poster competition during closing remarks. One award winner will be presented with a certificate, have their picture taken and displayed on the I-MDRC website, and receive admission to the 5th Assembly of the International Motor Development Research Consortium in Komotini, Greece, September 22-25, 2021.

Evaluation

Abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and members will be notified as soon as possible with a decision.