The Petfood Forum 2017 content advisory board is seeking abstracts for noncommercial scientific research posters, due via e-mail by November 30, 2016.
Petfood Forum 2017 is scheduled for April 3-5 at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. You do not have to be present at Petfood Forum to have a poster displayed.
All abstracts/topics submitted should be exclusive to Petfood Forum 2017 and be based on new and/or innovative research. Potential poster presenters are invited to submit noncommercial abstracts on research related to pet food/pet treat topics including, but not limited, to:
An advisory board of pet food experts will evaluate all submissions for:
No abstract will be considered if it seems commercial or if it has been published or presented prior to Petfood Forum 2017. Abstracts similar in title or content to previously presented material should include significant new information.
Please submit your abstract by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Petfood Forum 2017 poster presentation abstract” specified in the subject line of the email or clearly in the email or abstract itself. Abstracts must be written in English and should be sent as Microsoft Word documents.
Try to keep the abstract to no more than 300 words; however, the length of the abstract is less important than the need for it to sufficiently explain the research, especially how it is unique or new. The author’s expertise in or knowledge of the topic should also be clear.
Please include the abstract title and name of corresponding author/potential speaker; the purpose/objective of the research/poster; information presented in sufficient detail to support the conclusions, plus how the topic is unique or based on new research; a 50-100 word biography of the potential presenter, including expertise on the topic submitted; and address, telephone number and e-mail address of the corresponding author.
Abstracts must be received no later than November 30. After this deadline, any abstracts submitted will be considered on a case-by-case basis. They may still be evaluated; or it may simply be too late.
If your abstract is chosen for a poster presentation, you will receive a PDF template and guidelines on types of files formats to use with the template. Your final PDF file will be due to us on January 30, 2017.
If necessary, the Petfood Forum team can place your files in the template; in that event, we will need your files earlier: January 9, 2017.
Either way, you will be responsible for the accuracy of the poster. The Petfood Forum team will have the poster produced and posted for display at Petfood Forum 2017.
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