Joint Meeting Poster Session submission
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- A presenter is allowed to submit only one abstract for consideration.
- Presenters may edit or withdraw submitted abstracts up to the submission deadline.
- Cancellations for poster presentations received by the Joint Meeting 6 weeks in advance of the meeting date will be removed from presentation; within 6 weeks, the abstract title and presenter name will be displayed and marked as “Canceled.”
- No-shows: Presenters who provide no advance notice of cancellation and who do not place posters at their designated locations at the meeting will lose their presentation privileges for the subsequent year.
- The abstract under consideration should reflect recent research, and may represent work previously published.
- Potential conflicts of interest in connection with the abstract are disclosed.
- If the abstract is accepted, the presenter agrees to be available to present it.
- Any animal studies conform with the Guiding Principles for the Care and Use of Vertebrate Animals in Research and Training of the American Physiological Society.
- Any human experimentation was conducted according to a protocol approved by an Institutional Review Board on ethics of human investigation.
Style and formatting guidance
An abstract must consist of the following, each in its own paragraph:
- Title, in sentence case.
- Authors, with full names and without degrees, keyed to affiliations by superscript numbers, and with the presenting author italicized.
- Affiliations, enumerated for each author, and including city, state, and country abbreviation.
- Abstract body.
- Do not bold any text.
- Do not include charts, diagrams, figures, references, or tables.
- The abstract body must be 450 or fewer words.
- If you copy and paste your abstract from a separate document (Word etc.), please ensure that it is saved correctly before submitting. In some cases, paragraphs may be truncated because of how symbols are interpreted.