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April 8-10, 2019
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CIRMS Conference Abstract Submission Form

The deadline for abstract submissions for the 2019 CIRMS 27th Annual Meeting is:
Friday, March 1, 2019

We invite you to submit an abstract for our CIRMS 2019 annual meeting for either an oral or poster presentation. Please keep in mind that although the slots for poster presentations are unlimited and the deadline is March 1st, 2019, abstracts that wish to be considered for oral breakout presentations should be submitted much earlier (by January 1, 2019 ) since these presentation slots are limited and tend to fill fast. Submitted abstracts will undergo a peer review coordinated by the Executive Committee Members. Authors will be notified of acceptance and will be required to be at the conference.

Please SUBMIT ONLINE an abstract that does not exceed 300 words, or email directly to Ms. Renata Freindorf (CIRMS contact for abstract submissions).

Here is the template for your abstract:

Regular Abstract Template 

Please keep the number of words (excluding title, authors, and institutions) to 300

Please use this template below, with the font style below:

Title for CIRMS Abstract Submission Limit 300 Words 

John Smith1, Jack Smith1, Jimmy Smith2, Joe Smith2, Jennifer

Smith2, Josephine Smith 2


1Department of Fun, University of Awesomeness, Gaithersburg, MD, 11223, 2Department of Silly, University of Humor, Seattle, WA, 11223

Abstract: Describe the purpose of your project here. Include figures and tables if necessary. Please limit the number of words in this abstract section (not counting title, authors, and institutions) to 300.

Poster Session Guidelines

All materials must be confined to:
4-foot-high by 3-foot-wide display board
All posters should include the following:
Authors and affiliations
Results / Data
Future Directions

Authors must mount their poster during the one hour before the scheduled session start. Pushpins will be available at the poster session. Authors must remain with their posters for the duration of their scheduled session as indicated in the technical program. All posters must remain up until the session ends.

Abstract Submission Deadline: Friday March 1, 2019.

Please contact Renata Freindorf (CIRMS contact for abstract submissions) if having problems with your submissions.

We are looking forward to receiving your contribution and hope to see you at our 2019 meeting!

Abstract Form

First Name Last Name
Email Affiliation
Abstract Title
Authors and Affiliations
Abstract (up to 300 words)