Abstracts

Presenters are solely responsible for the content of their presentations, JMIH organizers, the JMIH Societies and sponsors of the meeting aren’t responsible for the content.

Abstracts:  Arturo-Currie
Abstracts:  Dain-Hylton
Abstracts:  Imhoff-Myers
Abstracts:  Nacy-Ryu Abstracts:  Sabando-Zurow 

 

CANCELLATIONS/EDITS TO ABSTRACTS (PRESENTATIONS)

AFTER MAY 1, 2019, if you plan to cancel your presentation, make an edit to your title, make a change in speakers, change in presentation dates, etc., please fill out the information HERE. If you are making a change to more than one presentation (such as a Poster and an Oral), fill out the information separately (i.e. fill out the information for the oral presentation, then on another line fill out the information for the poster presentation). Updates will be made as soon as possible and will be noted on the document when the request is completed.

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS CLOSED

After you registered, you received an email with a set of 2019 abstract instructions attached.  You can also click here to get the abstract instructions.

PLEASE NOTE:  Each presenter is allowed to give one oral paper and one poster. The only exception is when a person has been asked to participate in two symposia. In that case, the person can give two oral papers (and zero posters). Each person can be on multiple (>2) titles, but can only give one oral paper and one poster.

Additional Notes:

We continue to have the option of oral “lightning” talks. These are five-minute talks, 10 slides maximum, no questions from the audience following the talk. Lightning talks provide a good forum for presenting preliminary research or for putting out a call for data, feedback or collaboration.

You can edit your submission and information up to the end of abstract submission:  March 19, 2019. There will be no deadline extensions.

Please avoid the use of language or visual effects that would in any way offend your colleagues. Refrain from lewd or suggestive jokes/photographs and offensive language.

If you fail to receive an email after you submit, please check your spam filter, the message may be spammed. If you have any problems, contact Marty Crump.

*In order to present in Snowbird, all presenters, including symposia presenters, must register and pay for the meeting. Meeting registration is done through a separate online system accessed from the Registration Information page and requires a separate login (username and password).  Your username and password are not necessarily the same for the two systems.

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