Arrowhead Publishers, host of the 8th annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, is accepting poster session abstract submissions until April 27.
Successful candidates will have the opportunity to present recent findings in the area of TBI diagnostics and treatment at a Poster Session during the conference, which will take place May 16 and 17 at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Washington, DC.
Each submission must include full name and affiliation, poster title, and abstract. The abstracts should be no longer than 1,000 words and should follow a standard format, featuring background, methods, results, and conclusion.
Submissions will be reviewed and approved on a rolling basis. Notification of acceptance can be expected 3 to 5 days after the submission. Regular conference registration rates apply for all poster session presenters, notes a media release from Arrowhead Publishers.
“We’re proud to continue our tradition of supporting emerging research through poster session presentations,” says John Waslif, managing director of Arrowhead Publishers, in the release.
“The TBI Conference was designed as a forum for collaboration and industry advancement. The poster session follows that model, offering researchers a unique opportunity to discuss their work directly with the brightest minds in TBI research and development.”
[Source(s): Arrowhead Publishers, PRWeb]