Call for Abstracts


Call for Abstracts

IAAD 1st Biennial Meeting, Orlando 2015

Important Dates:

Abstract submission site opens            January 15, 2015

Abstract submission deadline        Extended 

Abstract notification sent                       June 2015

Pre-registration deadline                       June 12, 2015

Poster presentation and competition    September 11, 2015

Announcement of awards                      September 12, 2015

 

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The International Academy of Adhesive Dentistry will host its 1st Biennial Meeting at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld, Florida from September 11th to September 12th, 2015. All individuals (IAAD members and non-members) involved in adhesive dentistry and related fields are invited to submit an abstract for consideration for presentation at the IAAD poster session and competition.

The poster session is open to everyone in all categories, including clinical reports, clinical research, and laboratory research. The additional poster competition in the same categories will host two awards, but will be limited to students, residents, and young researchers (within 5 years after their last degree). Eligible individuals are encouraged to compete for one of the awards and can sign up for it during the submission process.

All accepted abstracts will be printed in the program book and published in the Journal of Adhesive Dentistry. To submit an abstract, please visit the IAAD website after January 15: http://www.abstractreviewer.com/iaad/

For questions please contact the IAAD poster session and competition chair, Dr. Jin-Ho Phark: phark@usc.edu.

Abstract rules and guidelines

  1. Individuals may present only one abstract, but can co-author multiple abstracts.
  2.  You must receive the approval of all co-authors before putting their names on the abstract.
  3. Projects being submitted must be original research.
  4. Submitters may NOT split one study into several papers, as they may be asked to combine for review.
  5. Previously published abstracts (in print or electronically) or those presented at another meeting are not allowed.
  6. Authors of presentations later proven to contain previously published material will be sanctioned and may be prohibited from presenting at future meetings.
  7. Presenter must disclose any personal or co-author potential conflict of interest.
  8. Abstracts must be submitted via the online abstract submission site.
  9. Abstracts are reviewed as submitted by the abstract deadline of April 15th, 2015.

10. Presenters must be pre-registered by June 12th, 2015; otherwise their abstract will be automatically withdrawn.

11. If a presenter of an accepted abstract is unable to present, he/she can be substituted only by one of the co-authors, who has registered for the meeting and is not already presenting another abstract. Notice about the presenter change must be given to the IAAD Poster session committee prior to the meeting.

12. If submitted in any of the award categories: Each abstract can be entered for only one award. Abstracts cannot be submitted in multiple categories to be entered for other awards.

 

 

How to submit an abstract

Abstracts for poster presentations/competition must be submitted via the online submission system until April 15th, 2015, 23:59 PST.

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Check for typographical and grammatical errors. They must be written in English and contain following elements:

  1. Title: Abstract titles are limited to 10 words or less. Capitalize the first letter of each word unless it is a preposition or article.
  2. Authors: Enter first (given) name, last (family/surname) name for each author plus institution/affiliation (department/branch should be omitted), contact information, and email address. One person must be identified as the presenting author. IAAD will correspond only with the presenting author, regardless how many co-authors are listed.
  3. Abstract text: All abstracts should not exceed 300 words (title and author information excluded). Do not add references. Additionally, short and concise tables and images (no more than 1 or 2) can be submitted if they are integral to the abstract. Each abstract must contain following components:

-       Objective: briefly state the objective(s) of the study

-       Methods: describe the experimental methods used

-       Results: list essential results, including data and, where appropriate, statistics

-       Conclusion: briefly state the conclusion(s) of the study

  1. Funding/conflict of interest: List outside funding sources by entering the funding agency/grant numbers. Any conflict of interest must be disclosed.
  2. Keywords: All abstract submissions must list at least two keywords. Up to 5 keywords are allowed. They should be selected from Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/MBrowser.html
  3. Category: Indicate the category of your abstract: clinical report, clinical research, laboratory research.
  4. Awards: If you would like to compete for an award and are eligible for it, please make sure to select your applicable category (Student Scientist or Junior Scientist). You can select only one award per abstract. For details about the categories and eligibility see section IAAD Poster Competition Awards below.

You will receive a confirmation email from the system after successful submission of your abstract. This email does not mean that your abstract was accepted for the meeting. After review of your abstract by the IAAD poster session committee you will receive an email on May 8th, 2015 if your abstract was accepted.