Banff, Alberta, Canada
August 9-14, 2009
Rimrock Resort Hotel
10th Banff Conference on Allograft Pathology

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Banff 2009 Abstract Submission

The Banff Conference invites authors to submit abstracts for poster presentation and publication on our website.  Authors must submit abstracts via email as an attachment. Please note that only electronic submissions will be accepted. In case you do not have any internet access, please contact the Conference Coordinator.

Revised Deadline for Abstract Submission: 11 May 2009

Abstracts received after this date cannot be considered for presentation.

General Policies

  1. Submitted abstracts must describe original unpublished work..
  2. Authors may submit more than one paper.
  3. Abstracts must be submitted in English.
  4. Upon submission, authors will receive a confirmation by email.  If you do not receive an email confirmation after submitting your abstract, please contact the Conference Coordinator.
  5. Notifications of acceptance will be sent to the presenting author in mid-May 2007. Details of the presentation format will be included in the notification.
  6. If the presenting author is unable to present the abstract, another co-author may take his/her place.
  7. All accepted abstracts may be published on our website.

Abstract Format

  1. Abstracts should be typed single-spaced (in English) on one side of an 8½ x 11 inch page, with one inch margins on all sides.
     
  2. The title and authors should be typed as follows:

THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE TITLE OF AN ABSTRACT

A. N. Author and B. Coauthor
Department, Institute of Affiliation, City, Province, Country

 

  1. Poster Board Size -

7 foot 6" (width) x 3 foot 9" (height)

Maximum Poster size : 7 foot 6" (width) x 3 foot 9" (height)  (Landscape orientation)

Posters should be stuck with “Velcro” pads or thumb tacks. Some thumb tacks will be available, but please try and bring your own supplies.

Abstract Content

Make the abstract as informative as possible. Conclusions must be supported by data. Organize the body of the abstract as follows: (a) objectives, (b) methods, (c) results, (d) conclusions. Use standard abbreviations and generic drug names. Place unusual abbreviations or acronyms in parentheses after first use.

All Enquiries

Banff 2009
c/o Kim Solez, MD
Dept. of Lab. Med. & Pathology
8440 - 112th Street
Edmonton, AB
CANADA T6G 2R7

Tel: (780) 407-2607
Fax: (780) 407-2608
Email: kim.solez@ualberta.ca

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