ABSTRACT FORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS
To enter a poster or oral presentation recording, we request that you submit an abstract of your presentation to be included in our program. For continuity and formatting in the program, we request that the following guidelines be used when composing your abstract:
- Abstract title should be Calibri font (with proper formatting), bold typed, and centered.
- Author names and addresses should be in regular text
- Presenting author’s name should be in bold font and indicated by an asterisk (*)
- Author affiliation, city, and state should be included and indicated by numbers where necessary and centered.
- Abstract should contain no more than 2500 characters
- Use Calibri, 12 point font
- Use 1 inch margins
- Text should be single spaced
- Text should be justified with no indentations for new paragraphs
- The preferred file format is Microsoft Word
Abstracts should contain the following information: Brief introduction of topic, study objectives, rationale for the study, and the future directions from the present study. Please do not list references in the abstract text. Abstracts exceeding the 2500 characters, including the title and all the relevant information will not be accepted.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Abstracts are to be submitted though the website. Please save and sumbit your file under the filename:Yourlastname_Yourfirstname_Abstract.doc for all presentation abstracts.
SUMBIT YOUR ABSTRACT HERE:
POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
Formatting: Posters presentations should only be 1 slide long with a voice recording between 5 and 15 minutes. (Please do not exceed 15 minutes!) The poster slide should be designed and formatted to compete with those from the presenter’s academic area.
All posters must indicate the following: Title, presenting author name, co-author name(s), affiliations, city and state as presented in the abstract. Generally, posters should include an Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Literature cited, and Acknowledgements.
SLIDE PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
Formatting: Each slide in the presentation should be narrated. There is no limit for the number of slides. However, the total length of the voice recording should be between 10 and 15 minutes. (Please do not exceed 15 minutes!)
All oral presentations must indicate the following: Title, presenting author name, co- author name(s), affiliations, city and state as presented in the abstract.
Please save and submit your file under the filename:
*** Poster Presentations and Slides Presentations MUST be saved in the .mp4 format
Details will be availabe soon.