The INSAR 2019 program will continue to include panel presentations as one of the most important highlights of the meeting. The aim of panels is to present lectures around a common scientific theme of high relevance to autism research and offer opportunities for in-depth discussion.
Panels should address cutting edge themes in autism research and should reflect a diversity of approach viewpoints and/or approaches, as well as diversity in other domains, including: gender, geography, ancestry and career stage.
Do not submit material more than once (e.g., as part of a panel and as an individual presentation). The submitter can indicate if they do not want the abstract considered for oral or poster presentation. If this option is selected, and the panel isn’t accepted, the abstract will be withdrawn from consideration.
If no indication is made, papers submitted as part of a panel that is not accepted will automatically be considered as an individual submission. If the abstract is reviewed favorably and is determined to stand alone as an individual submission outside a panel, the Program Committee will select oral or poster format.