The Third Congress of the Russian Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis RUCTRIMS

The Third Congress of RUCTRIMS, 14-16 September 2018, Ekaterinburg shall host the Contest to announce the best research work and practical experience among the young researchers in the following topics: “Multiple Sclerosis. Demyelinating Diseases. Acute and Chronic Neuroinfections”.

The Contest will be held for the following nominations:

  1. The Best Research
  2. The Best Practical Experience
  3. The Best Case or Rare Disease Report

Research contributions of young researchers and professionals under 35 shall be nominated for the Contest. The Contest shall receive contributions from young researchers, physicians and professionals: interns, resident doctors, postgraduates, PhD students, staff researchers of university training units and scientific departments, clinics, research laboratories, practicing physicians.

The contest shall receive contributions made by young researchers individually or by the group of authors (not more than 3 researchers in the group). Young researchers/professionals from other institutions shall be considered as co-authors if their contribution does not exceed 50%.

Research work shall be submitted to the Contest Committee before May 31, 2018 in the electronic format (electronic file) with the title “For the Contest of Young Researchers”. The contribution shall be made in compliance with requirements to publications (manuscript) in S.S. Korsakov Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry. The volume of the manuscript shall not exceed 3 pages (1800 characters with spaces on 1 page).

The best contributions shall be incorporated as 10 minutes presentations in the Congress topical symposiums and awarded with valuable gifts and certificates. The best scientific research and the best practical experience shall be awarded with the one-year subscription to the Journal “Multiple Sclerosis”.

Sign up for Contest participants is obligatory.

Contest information and materials shall be sent to: - Ekaterina Moskvina, Assistant Professor in the Department of Nervous Diseases, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics of FSBEI HE USMU