MS Meeting Paris

SWISS & FRENCH MS MEETING - PARIS 2017

MS THERAPY - Current achievements and strategy for the future:
Tobias DERFUSS (Basel, Switzerland) - Xavier AYRIGNAC (Montpellier, France)

Immunology in MS:
Anne DEJEAN (Toulouse, France) - Caroline POT-KREIS (Lausanne, Switzerland)

Neurobiology in MS:
Claire JACOB (Frieburg, Switzerland) - Maria-Cécilia ANGULO (Paris, France)

Programme of the day (PDF file)
Registration

Deadline for abstract submission : April 8, 2017
Deadline for registration : May 30, 2017

Meeting : June 9, 2017
Institut des Cordeliers - 75006 Paris - France
Institut des cordeliers - 75006 Paris - France
Plan Map Institut des Cordeliers PARIS MS Meeting ARSEP







ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
  • All the abstracts submitted have to be presented for a poster the days of the meeting.
  • One poster session will take place during the meeting, during the lunch time. 
  • Poster boards are 115cm wide and 157cm high. Not the inverse

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • A quick presentation will be done by each presenting author during the POSTER'S TEASER. You will have 1 minute and 1 slide to present your poster. The slide should be send to scientific@arsep.org before June 1st, 2017.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

  • The abstract should be in English and joined to the registration form.
  • The abstract should be send ONLY by the PRESENTING AUTHOR and NOT by the co-authors, even if the presenting author is not the 1st author.
  • Abstracts must not exceed one page (format A4) with "arial" font, size 11 and interline 1.

Authors will be asked to select the category that best describes their abstract submission (see below).
Abstract Submission Category:
Epidemiology ; Genetics ; Imaging ; Neuroimmunology ; Neurobiology ; Therapeutics/Clinical research ; Virology.

PRIZES FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS

  • A prize of 1 500 € for the best poster will be awarded. Selection by the scientific committee will take place during the posters session. A short presentation (2-3 minutes) will be done by the presenting author of the best poster at the end of the meeting.
  • A prize of 1 500 € for the best teaser will be awarded. Selection by the scientific committee will be done during the posters session.

TRAVEL GRANTS FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS

ARSEP Foundation offers meeting "travel grants" to help young researchers to defray the costs of their travel expenses to reach Paris and their accommodation for one night.
Selected researchers will be refunded on presentation of travel tickets and invoices.
The reimbursement may not exceed 400 €.
Travel to Paris should be done in the economic class.
The hotel should not be more than 2 **.
The number of travel grants will be dependent on the resources available to the Foundation.

Requirements for the application are as follows

Candidates must follow a Ph. D scientific program or a post-doctoral course.
They must be under 40 years old.
Applicants must submit a poster as first author and presented it on the day of the meeting.

For questions regarding the 25th François Lhermitte's conférence - Meeting on MS

send en email to : scientific@arsep.org

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Participants are aware that their image and/or voice may be captured, recorded or filmed throughout the duration of the workshop. They afforded to ARSEP Foundation the right to use, reproduce and distribute the images and recordings in all types of media, for an unlimited period and without any allowances.

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Dernière mise à jour : 27/06/2017
Appelée SEP ou multiple sclerosis en anglais, la sclérose en plaques est une maladie neurologique qui détruit la gaine de myéline. Qu’elle soit de forme rémittente (à poussées) ou de forme progressive, il n’existe à ce jour aucun traitement curatif de cette affection. La Fondation ARSEP œuvre depuis 1969 avec ses bénévoles, aux côtés des facultés, de l’INSERM, du CNRS et de différents instituts de recherche médicale, dont l’ICM et Pasteur.