Call for Abstracts
The Imaging Network Ontario (ImNO) hosts an annual symposium that promotes collaborations, broadcasts career opportunities, informs trainees on diverse imaging applications and fosters a greater understanding of the commercialization process.
Our 21st symposium will be held at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in London Ontario, and colleagues from Ontario and other provinces are welcome to participate. The flavor of the 21st ImNO symposium has foci on remote-health and clinical translation. The symposium features world-renowned keynote speakers and sessions that bring together our trainees with imaging scientists, clinicians and patient groups, and industry representatives. Our last symposium had 375 participants and showcased 143 trainee presentations in either 15-minutes oral presentations and 3-minute pitch-and-poster presentations.
We encourage students and trainees of all levels to share early-stage and work-in-progress research. The symposium proceedings are not indexed, not pre-emptive of follow-up publication elsewhere. We encourage abstract submissions in all areas of research areas in relation to medical imaging and image guided interventions such as the following:
- Abstracts must follow the formatting requirement outlined here.
- Abstracts must be submitted via the Microsoft Conference Management toolkit (CMT): https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ImNO2023/Submission/index/
- Abstracts will be reviewed by 3 expert reviewers.
- The submission deadline is Friday, December 2, 2022
- Multiple awards will be given to the best trainee presenters.
- Submission system opens: October 10, 2022
- 1-page abstract submission deadline: December 2, 2022
- Acceptance notification: January 16, 2023
- Mode of Presentation (Oral/Pitch/Poster) notification: February 1, 2023
- Symposium Dates: March 23-24, 2023
- Venue: DoubleTree Hilton, London Ontario
Please visit our website at imno.ca and subscribe to our communications in order to receive information about ImNO 2023. For inquiries please contact: Kitty Wong – kitty.wong[at]imno.ca