Important. These pages are retained here for historical purposes only and some of the information may be deprecated. The ICNA would like to thank everyone for making the congress a great success. We look forward to welcoming you again in Taipei, Taiwan for the ICNC2026.

02 December 2013
2400 HRS GMT

Abstract submissions for the 13th International Child Neurology Congress (ICNC2014) is now CLOSED. Those who were in the middle of submitting the abstract while the deadline passed will still be able to complete the submission process.

Many thanks to all those who have submitted their abstracts to the conference. In keeping with the high standards of the congress, we have had an overwhelming response to the call for papers.

The submitted abstracts will now be assigned for blind peer review. Authors who originally submitted the abstracts will be able to keep track of their papers by logging on at  [Please note that this is different from your normal ICNApedia login]

We will endeavour to complete the peer review process and announce acceptances of abstracts for both oral and poster presentations  by early January 2014. All authors will be kept informed of the progress regularly.

The ICNC2014  Organising Committee and Scientific Program Committee would like to thank all of your for your cooperation and wishes everyone a very festive christmas and is looking forward to welcoming you all at the Iguazu Falls in May 2014

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries regarding your abstract submission at

Late breaking abstracts

Authors who have already submitted their abstracts are not prohibited from submitting late-breaking abstracts. However please note that late-breaking abstracts are not a second chance for those who missed the official abstract deadline. Only state-of-the-art researches with up-to-date results are considered as late-breaking abstracts. The selection of abstracts will be based on scientific quality and novelty of research either in basic or clinical science. All late breaking abstracts should be emailed to