Research Poster Session

Research Poster Session


Share Your Spark at Geneva Centre for Autism’s International Virtual Symposium 2022

Geneva Centre for Autism’s International Virtual Symposium 2022 returns with its reputable and highly engaging poster session. The three day event brings together leading experts, professionals, educators, and parents from around the world to focus on leading research and cutting-edge developments in the field of autism.

We are currently accepting submissions for research posters on the topics of etiology, epidemiology, prognosis, diagnosis, intervention and service delivery.

Submit Your Research Proposal via email to research@autism.net by July 30, 2022

All confirmed Poster Presenters will receive a 15% discount for up to 10 registrations.

 

Selection Criteria:

All proposals will be reviewed by a panel. The panel’s evaluation will be based upon the quality of the research, the significance of the findings, the relevance of the research to the field of autism, and the applicability of the information to conference delegates and professionals in the field of autism. Candidates will be notified about the status of their submission by August 31st, 2022.

Accepted posters will be on display at the virtual event November 2-4, 2022.



Research Poster Presenter Conference Registration:

Confirmed research poster presenters are eligible to attend all or part of the three-day virtual symposium at a reduced rate.

The primary contact person listed for each proposal that is accepted will receive a letter providing instructions on conference registration. PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER until your team has received this letter.



Testimonial

Lin Zhang

2014 Presenter of The Use Of Live Online Chat In E-Learning: A Survey-Based Case Study Analysis

“I enjoyed the opportunity to expose my research to a diverse audience, including parents, school teachers, and professionals in the autism field. It is great to know that online education about autism is in high demand and our work and research is making a positive impact.”