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|ABSTRACT EVALUATION DECISION ANNOUNCED||19/03/2019|
|SUBMISSION OF CORRECTED ABSTRACT||25/03/2019|
|ABSTRACT FINAL DECISION ANNOUNCED||04/04/2019|
|PRESENTATION DATES ANNOUNCED||09/04/2019||by 15/05/2019|
Late Abstract Submission: Until April 15th
GUIDELINES FOR PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Abstracts must be written in English (American or British usage is accepted, but not a mixture of these).
You may review your abstract at any time prior to Feb 25, 2019 by logging in at the congress website and clicking on the title.
The presenting author must register to attend the conference.
Submissions will be reviewed by the Program Committee. This Committee will verify the adequacy of the abstracts for presentation at the congress and publication in the annals. The criteria for selection will be the scientific quality, the degree of general interest and a proper use of the language. Registrants will be notified whether their abstract has been accepted for oral presentation or poster presentation.
If you have difficulties in submitting your abstracts or for any technical difficulties, please contact email@example.com
Justify all text.
Title: Full Title in Bold Letters
Author(s): Full Name of Authors. The presenting author’s name should be underlined (same name as on the registration form.) Names should be separated by a semicolon. Each name should be followed by the superscript number related to the affiliation
Institution: Superscript number followed by Institution name (in italic)
Abstracts not complying with the above specifications will not be accepted
Special attention should be given to written English, as abstracts containing spelling or grammatical mistakes will be rejected
Tables, charts or other graphics may not be included and will be removed before the review process if included
No literature references should be cited as part of the abstracts
Acknowledgements at the end of the abstract
All abbreviations must be defined the first time they appear in the text (but not in the title)
Important: The research approval by Human or Animal Research Ethical Committee must be indicated. The absence of this information will not allow for abstract acceptance
Software: Microsoft Word, maximum 2500 characters (only the text of the abstract, with spaces)
Margins: right 2 cm and left 3 cm.
Font: Arial 12, normal style.
Single line spacing Insert a single line between: title and author; authors and institution; institution and text
Inside the registration system: Upload the abstract text in the abstract window
On the next page, upload again the entire abstract, with title, authors and affiliations in the required format (pdf,doc)
All contributions to the XV Congress of the Brazilian Society of Toxinology will require the submission of an abstract, and a rigorous review procedure will be undertaken to maintain the highest scientific quality of the congress.
All submitted abstracts will be reviewed according to the following criteria: the work makes a significant and original contribution to the field; the scientific content falls within the scientific scope of the meeting; the abstract complies with the submission instructions.
The contributors should indicate the presentation preference (oral and/or poster) to which they would like to be considered under.
The abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee. A score will be assigned based on the following assessment criteria for scientific content:
5 – Ground breaking research of outstanding quality and vision in the field;
4 – An innovative perspective on current understanding; high quality research providing new insights; a major development in the field; the exploitation of new scientific and health-care developments, unreported in the Toxinology field; advancing our understanding of Toxinology;
3 – An interesting and important addition, helping the continued development of the field;
2 – A modest addition to the field, contributing to the development of a specific area;
1 – Work demonstrating little scientific innovation over and above current published work; lacking scientific data, argument or foundation.
Highest-ranking scores within each category will be selected for oral presentation (if the authors chose oral presentation as their preference).
The reviewers will also take the following matters into consideration in their assessment of the abstract: The abstract is written in clear and acceptable English with few syntax and spelling mistakes; The abstract follows the guidelines in terms of content and format; Sufficient data is clearly presented and/or analyzed, is adequately discussed and appropriate conclusions drawn.
Failure to comply with these simple guidelines will affect the assessment score and may result in the rejection of an abstract.
You need to be registered for submitting an abstract POSTER AND ORAL PRESENTATIONS
The allocated time for oral presentations is 10 minutes followed by 5 minutes discussion. Speakers are asked to bring their USB flash drive to the conference reception desk at least 60 minutes prior to the session; presentations in PowerPoint format (PC or Mac) are preferred. Presentation equipment, including a computer, is available in the conference room and we ask all speakers to use the conference computer. Speakers will not be able to use their own personal computer. Please contact the registration desk in advance if you have questions or need assistance. All abstracts selected for oral presentation will also be discussed during poster sessions. Slides for oral presentation should be prepared in English. The presentation should preferably in English, especially if there is a foreign guest in your session.
The dimensions of the posters should be no more than 120 cm (height) x 90 cm (width) in portrait format. Title, authors and affiliations should be the same as shown in the accepted abstract. Layouts should be planned in order to have the poster readable by viewers 3 m away. Use large print and shade or color block letters when possible. Adhesive tape for mounting the posters on the boards will be available at the poster area. Authors are responsible for the assembly and disassembly of their work in specified areas. Poster should be prepared in English.