Personalised Medicines Symposium: Wed 5th July 2006
Instructions for abstracts
All abstracts must be submitted electronically via email to the Symposium Office. Submitted abstracts will be made available on this web site before and after the meeting.
Instructions for electronic abstract submission
Abstracts should be attached to an email sent as a MS Word document (Authorname.doc) to the Symposium Office.
Abstracts should be typed in Times New Roman 12pt font using single spacing. Abstracts should not occupy more than one side of A4 including title (in bold type), authors (in uppercase, presenting author underlined), affiliations and addresses, text figures, tables and references.
The layout should be as shown in the following example:
Role of early genetic testing in efficacy and side-effect profile of future cardiovascular prevention therapy.
Anthony C Kapalski1, Peter H Niddry1, Hannah M Forres2
1Gene Profiling Institute, Palo Alto, USA & 2Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Body of Abstract including any figures and tables.
Structure: The abstract should have the following identifiable sections:
Background, Hypothesis, Methods, Results (where relevant showing numerical data with statistical differences noted) and Conclusions.
References (if used)
Deadline for submissions
To be eligible for presentation, abstracts must be received by 26th June 2006.
Accepted abstracts will be presented as posters during the 5th July Symposium.
The poster should be maximum 0.9m * 0.9m in size.
Posters should be put on display in the Medical Teaching Centre by 8.30am and taken down at 5.30pm. There will be attended poster viewing sessions during morning coffee (10.30-11.00am) and afternoon tea (3.30-4pm), with further free poster viewing during the lunch interval (12.30pm-1.30pm).
The University reserves the right not to display any poster with inappropriate material or which is of an insufficient
visual quality. If you wish advice on your poster, please email this as a powerpoint file to the Symposium Office.