Inaugural Brain and Mind Institute SymposiumWestern Brain and Mind Institute

Abstract Submissions for Poster Session

We invite graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to present their work in the form of a poster presentation at the fall BMI Symposium. Posters may report data on any topic in cognitive neuroscience, but work that encourages cross-disciplinary discourse and future research is particularly welcome. Abstracts should describe the background, methods, results, and implications of the research. 


To submit an abstract:

1. Complete the following form - Abstract Submission
( 200 word (max) abstract - incl. title, author(s), and affiliation(s) )

2. Email completed form, with your name in the subject line, to -


4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 14, 2015

We look forward to receiving your submissions and hearing about your exciting research at the Symposium. We will reviewing abstracts on a rolling basis and and will send an email confirmation once your abstract has been accepted.   

*Please note - posters should be no larger than 4 feet x 4 feet.  We will supply the velcro for mounting at the Symposium.