Abstract Guidelines

Before submitting an abstract, we ask that you read the following guidelines carefully. Then, use the online abstract submission form to submit your abstract for consideration at the 14th ImNO Symposium.
 
The Organizing Committee encourages abstract submissions related to the following consortia:
  • Development of Novel Therapies for Bone and Joint Diseases
  • Heart Failure: Prevention Through Early Detection Using New Imaging Methods
  • Imaging for Cardiovascular Device Intervention
  • Medical Imaging Trial Network of Canada
  • Ontario Consortium for Adaptive Interventions in Radiation Oncology
  • Ontario Institute for Cancer Research Imaging Translation Program
  • Ontario Institute for Cancer Research Smarter Imaging Program
  • Cardiac Arrhythmia Network of Canada
 
When submitting an abstract you will be asked to select a theme from the following list:
  • Perfusion, Metabolic and Hypoxia Imaging
  • Preclinical Imaging
  • Patient-centred Imaging Studies and Trials
  • Quantitative Imaging
  • Targeted Probe Development
  • Imaging Biomarkers
  • Imaging/Simulation for Therapy Planning
  • Image Monitoring of Treatment Response
  • Image Guided Intervention
  • Visualization and Image Analysis
  • Instrumentation/Devices
 

MANDATORY FORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS

  • PDF, one (1) page maximum
  • Half inch margins on all sides
  • Times New Roman 12-point font size
  • Abstracts should follow the format: Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions
  • Any figures and/or images must be embedded on the page
  • Title section to include title, authors (indicating primary author), consortium affiliation, institutional affiliations of all authors, and research supervisor (for trainees)
  • A sample abstract for formatting reference purposes only may found here.

 

ABSTRACT REVIEW PROCESS

The abstracts will be reviewed by the ImNO Scientific Committee. Notifications will be sent to all presenters by date to be determined identifying whether the abstract can be presented as a poster or as an oral presentation, or both. All posters presented by students and trainees at the Symposium will again be reviewed for scientific merit and organization. The top posters from each consortium will be awarded prizes in the poster competition. A small monetary award will also be given. Trainees will be notified about their awards by email within 3 weeks after the Symposium. Please note: Submission of the abstract constitutes permission for the conference organizers to publish the abstracts in either printed or electronic format
 
Contact Johanne Langford for abstract enquiries.