Abstract Submission for Poster and Oral Presentation

The submission deadline has passed and submissions will no longer be accepted. Decisions on both posters and oral talks have been emailed to all submissions. If you believe we missed your submission in error, please email avester@emory.edu.

Eligibility: Any undergraduate, postbacc student, medical student, MD/PhD student, graduate student, resident, fellow, or young faculty who would like to present their research to attendees at SEMSS 2017.

Abstract Guidelines:  Please limit the abstract to 300 words, excluding title, authors, and affiliations. List the presenting author first and follow the following format for the abstract: Purpose, Methods, Results, Discussion/Conclusion. Do not include references and define abbreviations the first time they appear.

Please note that the Abstract Book may be made available online prior to the conference. 

Oral Presentation:  Students may indicate if they wish to be considered for an oral presentation when submitting their abstracts. Students chosen for an oral presentation will be notified the first week of October.

Poster Dimensions: Posters should be less than or equal to 4’ x 6’.

Poster CompetitionPrizes will be awarded for the best posters in two categories: undergraduates and MD, MD/PhD, and PhD students.


Abstract Submission Form

Name *
Name
Abstract title should be in title case.
List presenting author first. All authors should be listed as "First Name" "Middle Initial". "Last Name", professional degree (if applicable). Affiliation should be listed as Department, University/Organization, City, State. If more than one affiliation, designate using symbols.
Please limit abstract to 300 words and follow the following format: Purpose, Methods, Results, Discussion/Conclusion. Do not include references and define abbreviations the first time they appear.

Funding for this conference was made possible in part by NIH R13GM109532 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, a component of the National Institutes of Health.  The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention by trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government."