Submit a Poster Abstract
There are seven Poster Sessions, each two hours in length. The presenting author must post materials and be present at least one full hour during the assigned session and at least one other author is expected to be present during the remainder of the session. Poster submissions have been extended to November 7, 2016.
Please follow these rules when entering your abstract information. The first author is responsible for assurance of adherence to the rules and of the merit of the presentation.
- Your abstract must contain the specific goals of the study, the methods used, a summary of the results, and a conclusion. . DO NOT SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT FOR PLANNED WORK. THE ABSTRACT MUST ENTAIL DATA ANALYSES AND RESULTS. It is not satisfactory to say, “The results will be discussed.”
- The abstract title should clearly define the work discussed.
- Abbreviations (of compounds, for example) must be spelled out in full at the first use. Do not use abbreviations in the title. Use only standard abbreviations.
- Capitalize the first letter of all trade names.
- You will be asked to choose an appropriate keyword for your abstract, which will be used for session planning.
- The abstract must be in one paragraph and cannot contain more than 250 words. The 250 word limit does not include the title, author or affiliation information.
- Do not add formatting to your abstract. Italic, bold, tabs and extra spaces are not permitted and will not appear in the final program.
- Please do not enter the abstract title, author names, or affiliations in all uppercase or all lowercase letters. Fixing these creates extra work during the publishing process. Sentence capitalization or title capitalization should be used for entering your abstract title.
- Please do not enter department names in the Affiliations box. Removing these creates extra work during the publishing process. If a university is well known, we prefer you not list the city, state, or country with the university’s name.
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General Submission Requirements
Prior to making a submission, you must read the General Submission Requirements.
* All deadlines are midnight in the last timezone (GMT-12).