Call for Abstracts INFORM 2020
The INFORM 2020 scientific committee welcomes your abstracts for display and presentation at the 2020 symposium being held in Freiburg, Germany. All abstracts submitted to INFORM 2020 can be posted during the Poster Presentation on Sunday August 30, 2020 even if your abstract was not selected for a travel grant. Eight investigators will be selected to present during the symposium and be awarded up to a $2000 travel grant. All others that are interested will have the opportunity to present during a scheduled 10 min time frame at their poster Sunday August 31st at the end of our keynote presentation and during our networking reception.
Submission Period – February 1, 2020 – April 22, 2020
Rules – Follow link below for guidelines
Submission – email PDF to: email@example.com
Email Subject Line – Abstract / INFORM 2020 (along with the title of your abstract ).
Best Poster Cash Prizes Will Be Awarded!
Up to 8 Abstracts will be chosen to be presented at INFORM 2020. Recipients will be notified by May 29, 2020. Junior Investigators will receive first consideration for travel grant awards.
Details will be sent individually to the Travel Grant Recipient on how to BEST make your flight arrangements through the organizations travel agency. If you decide to make your own travel arrangements several documents will need to be submitted to the committee,
(i.e: Tax ID information, Banking deposit numbers, and your flight itinerary and final invoice). You will be reimbursed the amount of the value of the ticket on the day of purchase. Your reimbursement could take several months to receive after the symposiums conclusion.
Up two (2) nights hotel accommodations will be provided at the selected hotel.
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