Annual Lung SPORE Workshop (Abstract Submission)

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Abstract Submission

Use the form below to submit a single abstract.  Abstracts are used to inform the agenda based the session topics.  Although abstract submission is not required to attend the meeting, in-person meeting attendance is required if the abstract is selected by the scientific committee for either oral or poster presentation.  Abstract submitters will choose a session topic, however, there is a possibility that the topic selected will be changed by the scientific committee for agenda balance. 

Abstracts may be ideas/concepts in development, work already in progress but not completed, or completed work including already published work. We are also looking for presentations outside of official SPORE project topics – anything interesting that has to do with Lung Cancer is eligible to be submitted as an abstract.

The session topics are:    

Session 1: Oncogene-driven lung cancers and resistance to targeted therapies
Session 2: Health Disparities in Lung Cancer
Session 3: Immuno-oncology
Session 4: Small Cell Lung Cancer
Session 5: Early Detection and Screening
Session 6: Cancer Biology

 

Abstract Submission Deadline: Monday, March 11, 2024 by 3pm ET.  Confirmation emails will be sent upon submission.

Abstract submission questions can be addressed to Tamara Walton

 

Please register before submitting an abstract

 

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Abstract Submission

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Abstract Submission Instructions:

  • Abstract size is limited to 350 word maximum, 100 mg file size.  Images and hyperlinks are allowed.
  • All abstracts will be collated into a publicly published abstract book that will be distributed via email initially but will eventually be hosted on the TRP website (trp.cancer.gov).
  • Please submit the abstract MS Word (avoid .pdf).  The file should follow this nomenclature: Submitter’s last name_Institution_Session #.
  • Abstract submission questions can be addressed to Tamara Walton at tamara.walton@nih.gov.
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Poster Submission

Congratulations you have been selected by the Scientific Committee to present your abstract titled [webform_submission:values:abstract_title] in a poster session both in-person and online. 

Poster Session Requirements:

In-person attendance is required to present your abstract during the Poster Session on June 12, 2024.  View examples of abstract posters layouts.

Specifications for In-person Poster Presentations:

  • Size: printed size should be 4 ft in height by 6 ft. in width

  • Orientation: Posters must be in landscape orientation

  • Content: Posters should contain the following headings:

    • Purpose

    • Methods

    • Results

    • Conclusions

Specifications for Online Poster Presentations:

  • Format: Posters must be submitted in JPEG/JPG file format

  • File Size: File sizes must be no larger than 70 MB

  • Orientation: Posters must be in landscape orientation

  • Content: Posters should contain the following headings:

    • Purpose

    • Methods

    • Results

    • Conclusions

Tips for creating a good poster:

  • Title matches title of abstract
  • Text is clear and to the point
  • Important information should be easily readable (at least size 20 font)
  • Use of bullets, numbering, and headlines make it easy to read
  • Effective use of graphics, color and fonts
  • Consistent and clean layout
  • Includes acknowledgments, your name and institutional affiliation

Please use the upload link below to upload your poster no later than Monday, May 24th, 2024 by 3pm ET

Must be a .jpg  or .jpeg no larger than 70 MB.
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