Abstracts should be relevant to the main meeting’s theme.
Communications will be made with the presenting author only. If your abstract is conditionally accepted for presentation, you will be required to register for the meeting to confirm your acceptance and be included in the journal proceedings.
Presenting authors must become ASRI members and register for the meeting once your abstract is accepted.
February 16, 2018
Any abstracts received between February 17 and April 28th will be reviewed, and if accepted will be eligible for poster presentation but will not be published in the AJRI and will not be eligible for the Gudson award. No abstracts will be accepted after April 28th.
Notices of poster acceptance and selection for Oral Presentations will be emailed to the submitting authors by April 1, 2018.
Submit each abstract as a Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx) using Arial font in 12 point, one inch margins, in single line spacing, and justified alignment. Begin your abstract with the abstract title, author’s names, and author’s, affiliations. Underline the name of the presenting author. Abstracts should be structured and consist of no more than 300 words, and organized into four paragraphs labeled: Problem, Method of Study, Results and Conclusions. Please see sample formatting below.
Poster & Oral Presentations
All abstracts are presented as posters and compete for awards and short oral presentations (10 minutes) in addition to the poster display. Poster Boards are 4’ x 6’ and are double sided (usable area 46″ x 70″). We strongly recommend that posters be in landscape mode to ensure that your entire poster fits within the metal frame of the poster board. Velcro tape should be used to hang your posters. Pins or thumb tacks can also be used on the poster boards. We will provide additional pushpins at the meeting. Abstract numbers will be indicated on the poster boards. Posters should include the title of the abstract and the names and affiliations of the authors. All information should be readable from distances of four 4 feet (1.2 m) or more.
Dr. John Gusdon Memorial New Investigator Award is given annually to a new investigator with trainee status who has made a significant contribution by presenting an outstanding research paper during the annual meeting of the ASRI. This award is given in memory of Dr. John P. Gusdon, a founding member of the ASRI, and an advocate of student participation in ASRI Meetings. When you submit your abstract, please check whether you would like to be considered for the Gusdon Award and provide proof of trainee status by letter from supervisor.
ASRI provides several $500 travel awards to trainees who first-author a top-ranked abstract.