Submit An Abstract
**All abstracts will be submitted via email using Microsoft Word. Please see instructions throughout this page.
HOW WILL THE ABSTRACTS AND POSTERS WORK VIRTUALLY?
We will accept ALL submitted abstracts and assign each to one of two formats:
- A written abstract, made available as a downloadable document on the conference website.
- A pre-recored poster presentation, available to watch on the conference website.
We will communicate directly with the lead author via email once we have determined how your abstract will be shared.
Once the conference goes live in November, all abstracts and posters will be available on our conference website. The virtual poster Q&A will occur via LIVE chat. We will also offer all email addresses of author(s) to all attendees so that discussions can continue.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
If you would like your abstract considered for a poster, please submit by Monday, October 26, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. eastern U.S. time. We will alert the primary authors by Wednesday, October 28, 2020, so that we can schedule a time to record your presentation. We will start scheduling recording sessions on Thursday, October 29 for the weeks following.
We will continue to accept abstracts to share on the conference website until November 13, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. eastern U.S. time.
HOW MANY ABSTRACTS WILL YOU ACCEPT?
We invite any clinicians or researchers to submit an abstract, and will accept multiple abstracts if desired. ALL abstracts will be posted on the conference website before, during and after the DADA2 Conference. For those abstracts accepted as a virtual poster presentation, we will contact you to schedule a time to video tape a presentation.
WE WILL ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF ABSTRACTS:
Original Research: Completed research or Case Reports with completed data collection and results at the time of abstract submission. Original research abstracts are accepted for studies whose findings have not previously been presented at a conference nor published in a peer-reviewed journal.
Encore: Research studies or Case Reports that have been completed. Encore abstracts have been previously presented at a conference or published in a journal.
Work in Progress: Research studies or Case Reports that have been initiated, but data collection and results are not yet completed.
WHAT CONTENT SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE ABSTRACT?
Abstracts should include the following:
Title (25 words max.)
Background (100 words max.)
Objective (50 words max.)
Methods (225 words max.)
Results (225 words max.)
Conclusions (100 words max.)
HOW DO I SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT?
Please submit your abstract using Microsoft Word to Chip Chambers, M.D., via email at [email protected].
WHO DO I CONTACT FOR QUESTIONS?
For questions, please contact Chip Chambers, M.D. at [email protected].