Abstract submission deadline: 0900 hrs – Friday 22 January
Abstract notification of submission outcome: by w/c 15 February
Instructions to abstract authors
- The abstracts submitted should be original and ideally not have been published or presented at another meeting. Abstracts previously presented at other meetings will be acceptable for presentation pending peer review and if suitably modified or updated.
- To submit please complete the on line form below if your abstract consists of text only. Alternatively, if your abstract contains a figure or table you can upload a word document that complies with the formatting and word limit set out below. Only 1 figure or table is allowed. All applications will be reviewed by the committee and those selected for oral presentation will be sent further instructions on how to record their presentation. We are currently exploring options for posters for abstracts not selected for an oral. All applications will be received by the Scientific Secretary – Prof Helen Philippou (email@example.com).
- The abstract title should avoid abbreviations and be under 300 characters. The title should be in bold in using Sentence case.
- The abstract body text should contain no more than 300 words (excluding title, authors and affiliation). Use calibri font size 12, with single spacing. The title should be typed in Sentence case, using bold face. Follow on directly, using upper and lower cases, with the names and addresses of the authors, with the presenting author underlined. Leave one clear line between the addresses and the start of the body text. The abstract body should be structured using bold Background, Aims, Methods, Results, Summary/conclusions headings. For Greek or other special characters, use the “Symbols” font.
- The abstract should include a couple of background sentences, the aims of the study, brief methodology, data and results and main conclusion(s). Tables of figures are discouraged unless absolutely necessary; references should not be included. If they are to be included they can be included as high resolution images (300 dpi/1 MB).
- On the form below, authors should also include correspondence details, including: full name, institution, address, email address, telephone number. They should indicate whether they have a preference for oral or poster presentation and if they would like to be considered for the scientist in training session.
- Following submission editing of the abstract content is not permitted, although corrections to typographical errors may be made.
Contact address: Prof Helen Philippou LICAMM, University of Leeds, The LIGHT Building, Clarendon way, Leeds, LS2 9JT Email : firstname.lastname@example.org