*anyone who would like to attend the conference workshops should contact Brainbox directly at: https://brainbox-neuro.com/event/uk-sensory-motor-conference/ and CED at: http://ced.co.uk/news/trainingtour ( CED enquiries here: email@example.com)
The Imperial / The Bedford / The President / The Royal National / The Tavistock / The County / Celtic Hotel / Ambassadors
Ambassadors (hotel with Ambassadors: quote ‘UCL June’ for discount)
Hostel nearby: Russel Square, Smart Russel Square, Astor, Pickwick Hostel, Ruskin hostel.
Near tube stations (5-15min walk):
Russel Square, Holborn, Goodge Street, Euston Square, Chancery lane, Warren Street, King's Cross St. Pancras, Tottenham Court Road.
Euston - 68, 168, 59, 91
King's Cross - 35, 91
Waterloo - 59, 168, 188
Charing Cross - 91
Paddington - 7
Map with nearest tube stations to 33 Queen Square, UCL: https://goo.gl/maps/t1rtV4pd2UU2
SUBMISSIONS (DEADLINE PASSED)
You can present a i) poster, ii) oral presentation, or iii) attend without presentation.
Deadline for submissions and registration: 30th March
Submissions must be sent to: SMC2019@live.ucl.ac.uk. Email subject: surname of the first author followed by space and "- submission".
Please state your preference for oral presentation or poster. Secondly, please write the authors’ names and affiliations following the format of the example below (max. 60 characters). Please don’t forget each comma, point, brackets and “&” signs. Indicate each author’s affiliation after his/her name with brackets and number(s) as shown. Include ONLY city but not state/country in the affiliation line. Example:
Preference: Oral presentation
Surname, Initials. [1,2], Surname, Initials. , Surname, Initials. , & Surname, Initials. [1,2]
 Department of clinical and movement neurosciences, Queen Square Institute of Neurology, University College London, London.
 Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, London.
The abstract should NOT exceed 300 words! Please AVOID references/literature/bibliography and figures in the abstract. It should include Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion sections in separate paragraphs.
Introduction: Xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
Methods: Xxxxx xx xx xxxxx xxxxxxx.
Results: Xxxx xxxxxxx xx xxxx xxxxxx.
Discussion: Xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxx.
*you can download our template here: https://bit.ly/2BeQz9w
(copy in your browser and download the .doc file)
Anna Kuppuswamy (main organizer/curator)
William de Doncker
Jaime Ibanez Perada
Department of clinical and movement neurosciences.
UCL Institute of Neurology, 33 Queen Square. London WC1N 3BG