PROS-SIOP Honolulu - Young Investigators Call for bid
Géraldine Bezamat |
March 14, 2021 - 15:03
Dear PROS members,
PROS is pleased to announce an open call for abstracts to be presented during the upcoming Young Investigators session at the SIOP congress in Honolulu from October 21 to 24, 2021.
To help offset travel and registration costs, limited funding will be provided to the presenting authors on the 5 abstracts selected. SIOP and PROS will be carefully monitoring the status of the COVID-19 pandemic, and if it is necessary, the parts of the program may become virtual.
If you are interested, please submit your application on the following form before May 1st, 2021 : Apply here.
Applications must be submitted exclusively via this form after reading the instructions below :
- Young Investigator is defined according to SIOP criteria: Age <40 years
- The person submitting the application needs to identify the presenting author who will have to register to the congress
- As the primary contact for the abstract, the presenting author will be responsible for: - communicating to all co-authors regarding the acceptance of the abstract. - obtaining conflict of interest disclosures from their co-authors.
- Your abstract must not exceed 300 words and contain the following sections: Background/Objective, Methods, Results, Conclusion
- Graphics, photos, and tables are not accepted as part of the abstract
- Only one application per person
- Submission is not limited to PROS members - (if you wish to become a member, see our preferential rates on https://intpros.org/about/become-a-member/)
All presentations will be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee according to quality and relevance to the pediatric radiation oncology community. The Young Investigator abstracts at the PROS meeting will be evaluated independent of any Young Investigator forum at the general SIOP meeting. Results will be communicated by the end of May 2021.
For any question, please contact the secretariat.
The PROS Executive Committee
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