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There is wide scope for ECRs to present a poster or give a flash talk relating to the themes of the conference. There will be prizes awarded too for the best presentations and Flash Talks.

Poster presentation at Translation 2023

 

HOW TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT

Step One: You submit your abstract during the conference registration process.

The deadline for abstracts is 5pm, Thursday 29th February.

These will be reviewed by our panel and successful abstracts will be asked to participate with either a Poster or a Flash talk.

 

HERE ARE THE CRITERIA FOR ECR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

DPUK aims to enhance the UK translational environment through human experimental medicine, harnessing the powers of informatics and streamlining trial delivery. These aims are reflected in the DPUK platform's core workstreams (Informatics, Trials Delivery Framework, and Experimental Medicine Incubator) and the work packages within them.

Themes and Topics:

The theme of DPUK's Translation 2024 event is ‘Translation in a fast-changing world’.

We have three overarching topics for the conference:

    • Trials Delivery
    • The use of Biomarkers in Experimental Medicine
    • Big data

Poster presentation winner

 

WHAT TO INCLUDE IN YOUR SUBMISSION

Abstracts should describe and evidence recent scientific work, outputs and/or insights, bearing in mind the following selection criteria:

Scientifically appropriate to conference: abstracts should focus on human-based research which has the potential to be used in the development of experiment medicine for dementia, and alignment with at least one of the three conference session topics (Trials for all; Biomarker mechanisms and targets and Big data)
Robust scientific methods: abstracts should demonstrate sound use of scientific methods (eg sufficient number of participants, appropriate application of statistical techniques etc)

You should have a consistent scientific thread: the abstract title and background, method, results and conclusion paragraphs should clearly link together on the chosen scientific topic.

You have a maximum of 250 words.

 

If you have any queries about the submissions, please email us at DPUK@psych.ox.ac.uk 

 

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