Call for Abstracts
Conference attendees are invited to submit an abstract to be considered for poster presentation to share their experiences and innovations in clinical genetics/pharmacogenetics, clinical implementation, legal and ethical issues, and education. Accepted poster presentations will be on display March 8, 2018, with a poster viewing session during the evening reception to allow attendees to network and discuss strategies and approaches with poster authors.
|December 1, 2017||Online abstract submission opens|
|February 16, 2018, 11:59 p.m. EST||Deadline to submit an abstract(s)|
|February 23, 2018||Acceptance/rejection communicated|
|March 8, 2018, 5:45 p.m. EST||Poster Session – UF Precision Medicine Conference, Orlando, FL|
Submissions are encouraged for topics related to developing, implementing, and optimizing patient care delivery in precision medicine and pharmacogenomics, including:
- Clinical Genetics/Pharmacogenetics
- Clinical Implementation
- Legal & Ethical Issues
Encore presentations are allowed.
Abstract Submission and Review
Abstracts should be submitted online by 11:59 p.m. on February 16, 2018.
All completed and eligible abstracts will be made available to the reviewers for review and scoring, with final decisions to be made by the Program Committee in late February 2018. Incomplete abstracts will not be reviewed.
Responsibilities of the Presenting Author
The first author listed for each abstract serves as the presenting author and as the primary contact for correspondence regarding the abstract. All authors will be asked to confirm that they are submitting their abstract with the intent of attending the 2018 UF Precision Medicine Conference and that each co-author has been informed of this abstract submission and has agreed to all information as it was submitted.
Accepted abstracts will be scheduled for an open poster session during the Precision Medicine Conference. The purpose of the Poster session is to encourage conference attendees and speakers to informally discuss current projects, research, and innovations in pharmacogenomics with colleagues. This is your opportunity to share your ideas and learn from other practitioners!
Printed posters should be created in the following dimensions: 42” x 44” or 44” x 44”