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Call for abstracts

Call for abstracts

The call for abstracts for the annual meeting is open!
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GliMR invites abstract submissions for presentation during the 2nd GliMR annual meeting.

With the GliMR Annual Meeting, we aim to facilitate networking by inviting our members to present their work in an accessible manner. We encourage all, but early career researchers in particular, to use this opportunity to showcase their ongoing or planned work, which will create opportunities for collaboration. Awards for project abstracts will be given.

The deadline for abstract submission is 18 December 2020, 23.59h. Abstracts should be submitted via email.

More information on the meeting can be found here.

Two types of abstract can be submitted: a ‘classic abstract’ and a ‘project abstract’.

1 – Classic abstract

The ‘classic abstract’ presents results from a recently executed study or project. Abstracts containing data from a recently published study are allowed as well.

  • Follow the standard abstract structure: introduction, methods, results, discussion, references
  • Maximum one page
  • Email subject: GliMR_classic_NameResearcher

2 – Project abstract

The ‘project abstract’ allows researchers to present an ongoing or planned study or project. Reporting results is not mandatory. This type of abstract is open for all members, but mainly encourages early career researchers to present their work. It offers the opportunity to set-up collaborations, open up discussion, or present remaining project issues.

  • Maximum one page
  • Email subject: GliMR_project_NameResearcher

If more information is required, please contact us by email.

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