- Name/Degrees:State your First Name, Middle Initial, and Last Name, followed by your degrees.
Eg. John W. Rogers, DVM, MPH, or Jean A. Forrest, VMD, PhD
- Email Address: Provide your Cornell email address.
- Education: Beginning with your veterinary medicine degree, list in chronological order: 1) Institution, 2) degree/training received, and 3) year received.
Eg: University of Wisconsin, Madison WI DVM 2010
Cornell University, Ithaca NY Residency 2012-present
- Current Position: State your current position, in the following format: Title, Section, year of training at Cornell.
Eg. Resident, Anatomic Pathology,- 1st year
- Abstract Title: Limited to 125 characters and spaces.
- Author(s) Names: The presenter’s name should be listed first. The names of all authors should be included
Eg. John W. Rogers, Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca – New York
Wallace B. Roberts, Cornell University, Department of Animal Science, Ithaca – New York
- Project Mentor: Include your mentor’s name, First Name, Middle Initial, and Last Name. If you have co-mentor(s), include all mentor(s) and their department affiliation.
Eg. Rory J. Todhunter, Department of Clinical Sciences (Mentor)
Marta G. Castelhano, Department of Clinical Sciences (Co-mentor)
Adam R. Boyko, Department of Biomedical Sciences (Co-mentor)
- Body of the Abstract:
- The abstract must be less than 250 words. Figures, tables, illustrations, footnotes, and references are not allowed.
- Special characters are acceptable.
- Double space between paragraphs.
- Subheadings may be used. For example, Introduction; Methods; Results and Discussion.
- The introduction should provide only as much information as is necessary to justify the study or report. A statement of purpose is adequate.
- Details of the experimental design, materials, and methods should be brief. Limit details to only those that would be necessary for readers to understand how the study was conducted and/or evaluate the validity of the conclusions. Include a brief description of statistical methods, if applicable (avoid substantial detail unless critical for the conclusions).
- Results should be summarized and limited to data necessary to support the conclusions.
- Discussion of results should be limited to relevant conclusions or data interpretation.
Submit your completed abstract by 11:59 pm on Friday, January 11, 2013. You will receive an email confirmation that your application has been received. Your mentor(s) will also be copied on the email confirmation. The confirmation will include a copy of your submitted abstract.
Submitted abstracts will then be reviewed and a critique provided by Friday, January 25, 2013. We recommend that the abstracts be revised in accordance with the provided critique and resubmitted by 11:59 pm on Friday, February 8, 2013.
Questions regarding the abstract submission process, should be directed to Judy Wood.