ISPGR is pleased to announce a limited call for Late Breaking Abstracts for the 2017 ISPGR World Congress.
Background and Guidelines
Late breaking abstracts are designed to highlight significant research findings that have emerged only after the original abstract submission deadline had passed. Late breaking abstracts should not include work that has been previously presented or published in any form, anywhere, or included in other abstracts to be presented at the ISPGR 2017 World Congress.
Please note that the Late-Breaking Abstracts are not designed to accommodate investigators who inadvertently missed the original deadline.
Late Breaking Abstracts must be submitted along with a brief accompanying statement (900 characters including spaces, approx. 150 words) to support why the research qualifies for this category.
All Late-Breaking abstracts will be presented in POSTER FORMAT only and students will NOT be considered eligible for the NDI - Aftab Patla Poster Awards.
There are only a limited number of openings available for Late-Breaking Abstracts to be presented at the ISPGR World Congress, and therefore not all submissions may be accepted. Abstracts fitting the above mentioned criteria will be reviewed by members of the Scientific Content Committee on the basis of scientific quality, novelty and justification. Priority will be given to student presenters, and to members in general who are not already a presenter for other work at the 2017 World Congress
Online submissions will open for a one- week submission period from: Monday March 13th to Monday March 27th. Please note there is a $25 fee required prior to submission.
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT