Submit an abstract – Deadline extended to May 15!

Submitted Abstracts will be reviewed by the Planning committee, NHPRS members and Session Chairs. Following review:

  • A selection of accepted Abstracts will be invited to present during one of the synchronous Thematic Sessions (live or recorded presentations followed by interactive questions and discussion).
  • Other accepted Abstracts will be invited to prepare a pre-recorded presentation that will be posted within asynchronous Targeted Sessions (e.g. phytochemistry, Traditional medicine, NHP regulations, etc.) and remain accessible to participants during conference.

Click here to see the topics for our Thematic and Contributed sessions.

1) Before submitting an abstract, you need to create an account (free of charge) to be able to login with your user credentials.


2) Once logged in, the option “+ New Abstract” will appear. 

Click + New Abstract to start the submission process

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  • If you want to submit an abstract, your need to create an account. The account allows you to complete the submission and receive editorial notifications while we collect the data.

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  • Instructions for submitting final communications
    Once you created and logged in to your account, click on "+ New Abstract" button, complete all required fields and copy your abstract into the space provided.

    • Abstract should be submitted in English and no longer than 300 words
    • Please add authors and affiliations in the order they are to appear in the abstract.
    • Please review all copied text prior to submission
    • Please indicate whether you wish to present a poster, give an oral presentation, or are willing to do either
  • To increase the visibility of our student researchers, you can introduce your work during the live 3MT format competition at this year's conference. Limited spaces are available for the 3MT presentations, so Abstracts will be adjudicated and the best selected to participate. A 3MT presentation is limited to a single slide and no more than three minutes and, this year, can be pre-recorded or presented live. You can find many examples of 3MT presentations on YouTube, as well as tutorials to help you plan your own.