34th ANNUAL STUDENT RESEARCH FORUM POSTER PRESENTATIONS - CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
SUBMISSION DEADLINE NOVEMBER 29TH!
All Anschutz Medical Campus health science students are welcomed and encouraged to participate, including School of Medicine, College of Nursing, Colorado School of Public Health, Graduate School, School of Dental Medicine and School of Pharmacy!
- Poster presentation with faculty judges
- $320 prizes for top posters
- All abstracts MUST be submitted via the online Student Abstract Registration Form
Abstract submission deadline is November 29th, 2019. Please note: We will not be taking late submissions past this date. Once you have entered your abstract through the Student Abstract Entry form you are automatically accepted into the Poster Forum and will be scheduled to present at the Forum. The Smartsheet Confirmation email is your confirmation of registration.
- The Forum begins with registration at 12:00 pm. All posters should be set up before the 1st poster session begins at 1:00 - regardless of session assignment. Poster Session A is from 1:00-2:15. Poster Session B is from 2:15-3:30.
- The Forum will take place in the Education 2 buildings on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Registration and Poster Session will be held at the Education 2, North and South
Registration: 12-1 pm (Education 2 South, L28-1102 Lobby)
Session 1: 1 pm – 2:15 pm
Session 2: 2:15 pm – 3:30 pm
Questions? Contact Allan Prochazka or Caitlin Zoghby at email@example.com
GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
These guidelines are not official requirements for acceptance, but are in place to ensure that your abstract is formatted and printed properly in the program brochure.
The title should be
brief, clearly indicating the nature of the study. Do not
use abbreviations in the abstract title.
PLEASE USE TITLE CASE. State all authors’ initials and last names, (presenting author first), including
the name of the faculty sponsor of the research, other major contributors, and
the Department or Institution in which the work was done. Underline
presenting author only. After presenting author’s name,
state degree sought and School or Program. i.e. for Alicia C. Brown, Ph.D.
candidate in the Graduate
School, AC Brown, (Ph.D., GS).
Organize the body
of the abstract to include a purpose of study, methods used, summary of
results, and conclusions reached. Do not
skip a line between the title and body of the abstract. Indent
the first line of text five spaces.
should conform to the Style Manual for
Biological Journals (American Institute for Biological Sciences, 3900 Wisconsin Ave., Washington, DC 20016).
Place nonstandard abbreviations in parentheses after the full word the first
time it appears. Abstracts MUST be submitted online.
Arrhythmias of the Heart: Mechanism(s). AC Brown, (Ph.D., GS), JB Green, and RT
White, Department of Medicine, University of Colorado, Denver, CO.
potassium (K+), and nicotine induce automaticity and propagation block. The initial event is enhanced conduction........
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO PRESENT A POSTER?
All AMC health science students are welcomed and encouraged to participate, including School of Medicine, College of Nursing, Colorado School of Public Health, Graduate School, School of Dental Medicine, and School of Pharmacy. Postdoctoral trainees are not eligible to
present. However, we value postdoctoral trainee involvement as judges (scroll down for additional information).
I WANT TO PRESENT. WHAT SIZE SHOULD MY POSTER BE AND WHAT RESOURCES DO YOU PROVIDE?
All presenters will be provided with an easel and a 40 x 60" foam posterboard. We highly encourage you to bring your own pins along with your poster. We will only have a limited number of pins on hand during the event. Unless you are an official Phase II Research Track student, you are responsible for producing and printing your own poster to bring to the event.
ARE THERE ANY PARTICULAR FORMATTING OR PRINT QUALITY GUIDELINES FOR THE POSTERS?
No. Your poster will be mounted on a 40 x 60" foam posterboard, but you are free to create your scientific poster as elaborately or as simply as you like. For additional guidance on creating a poster, feel free to check out these tips for creating a scientific poster developed for MSA students.
WHO IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND?
- All School of Medicine Phase I MSA and Research Track students are required to judge during both sessions. You may leave after you finish judging your assigned posters in the second session. The awards ceremony is optional.
- All School of Medicine Phase III MSA and Research Track students are required to judge during both sessions. You may leave after you finish judging your assigned posters in the second session. The awards ceremony is optional.
- All Research track Phase II students are required to present a poster to fulfill track requirements.
IF I AM A PHASE I OR PHASE III STUDENT JUDGE, DO I NEED TO REGISTER AS A JUDGE?
No, the webform judge registration link is for faculty and professional clinician judges only. Phase I and Phase III students will automatically be assigned posters to judge in both sessions.
WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE?
All Poster Presenters: Between 12:00 and 12:45
All posters, including session 2 posters, will be on display for the entire forum from 1:00-3:30. Please have your poster set up on your easel and available for viewing and judging by 1:00. However, you will only be with your poster and actively presenting it during your assigned session.
All Phase I and Phase III School of Medicine Student Judges: Between 12:00 and 12:50 for required attendance check in.
CAN I CHOOSE WHICH SESSION I AM ASSIGNED TO PRESENT?
No, due to the nature of the poster categories and faculty judge availability, all students who register to present a poster must be available to present in either session.
HOW WILL I KNOW IF I WON AN AWARD?
If you win an award, you will be notified by email after the forum. A list of winners will be sent out to all participates and judges.
WHEN WILL I FIND OUT MY SESSION ASSIGNMENT?
Once you submit your abstract on the webform using the Student Abstract Registration Form you are automatically entered into the match process for faculty judges and will be scheduled to present in either poster session I or II. Due to the nature of the match process, Poster Session assignments and easel numbers may not be available until December 9th, 2019.
THE 33rd ANNUAL STUDENT RESEARCH FORUM PRESENTATIONS - CALL FOR FACULTY JUDGES
Judges for the poster presentation sessions are needed!
Please join the 34th Annual Student Research Forum for a day of research poster presentations. It is only with faculty such as yourself, that we are able to provide this opportunity for AMC students to share their scholarly work with faculty experts and fellow students in the academic health sciences community.
What: Research Forum Poster Presentations
When: Tuesday, December 10th, 2019
Where: Education 2 North and South, Anschutz Medical Campus
Session 1: 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm
Session 2: 2:15 pm – 3:30 pm
Award winners will be announced by email after the event.
Please complete the Student Research Forum Faculty Judge Registration Form to sign up as a faculty judge. Once you receive your webform confirmation, you will automatically be registered to judge and be matched with student posters for the session you indicated on you registration form. For questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Allan Prochazka or Caitlin Zoghby at firstname.lastname@example.org.