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Guidelines for Abstracts for Oral or Poster Presentations


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We encourage everyone to follow the guidelines below. Abstracts that do not conform to the specific guidelines will not be prioritized. Only registered participants will be given spots for oral and poster presentations.

Guidelines for Abstracts for Oral or Poster Presentations

The abstract is the primary means by which the ARRCN Scientific Committee will evaluate papers for oral or poster presentation. All accepted abstracts would be included in the Symposium Program and Book to be distributed during registration. Given that symposium participants will come from varied backgrounds, the abstract should be written in simple, clear, and concise language, but should also provide as much detail as possible on the objectives, methods, results, and significance of the study or effort.

The abstract must not exceed 300 words, in English, typed double-spaced (Calibri, 12 pt) on letter-sized paper and saved as a .doc file with the name of the first author in the filename followed by the category (Regular/Country/Student and then the type of presentation (Oral/Poster) (e.g., Ramos Student Poster). The abstract should be submitted electronically to with the appropriate subject heading indicating the category and type, (e.g, ARRCN Regular Oral Presentation). The abstract should include, where relevant, the objectives, question(s) or problem(s) addressed; the general approach or methods; the main results of findings; and the overall conclusion(s). The Title must be in bold (do not capitalize except first letter and proper names). Name(s) of author(s) follows on the next line, underlined, and separated by commas with the presenter's name in bold. Authors' affiliation(s), including complete mailing and e-mail addresses, follows on the third line.

For paper submissions, fill out and submit this form to on or before 15 May 2017 for regular presentations and for high school and undergraduate presentations.

Rename the file with the subject heading ‘Category’_’First Author’s Surname’ (e.g.: Regular Poster Presentation_Santos)