Call for Posters
The WSAAI Annual Scientific Session will include poster presentations of observations by allergists/immunologists and fellows-in-training in addition to a superb program of the latest developments in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic disorders and its variations. This will afford an opportunity for meaningful discussion and constructive critique of recent research finding made at the bedside, the clinic and in the laboratory. We urge you to participate by submitting your clinical research findings for consideration by our Poster Review Committee. In preparing your abstract organize it into: a statement of purpose; statement of methods; and summary of results in sufficient detail to support the conclusion reached. Avoid promise of additional data.
Preparation of Posters
To ensure uniformity and assist the Poster Review Committee, please conform to the following requirements in preparing your poster.
- All posters must be original works. No encore abstracts can be submitted.
- Capitalize complete title, but do not underline.
- A letter of transmittal stating name and address of each author, name of author who will present the paper, and name of author who is to receive correspondence must accompany each abstract.
- Begin body of abstract on a new line and indent three (3) spaces.
- Simple tables and graphs neatly done in black ink may be included if they fit within borders of the poster.
- Type entire abstract within one page; no word or font restrictions.
- Justify: left hand border. Use standard type. Black in color.
- Underlining or capitalizing for emphasis within the text is not acceptable.
- Use only familiar abbreviations (RBC, mg., etc.) An unusual abbreviation should be placed in parentheses after the first appearance of the full word. Numerals rather than words should be used to indicate numbers except to begin sentences.
- Offer conclusions, but avoid promise of additional data of future publications.
- If your abstract is approved – poster boards are 4’Hx8’W with a 3/4 inch metal frame. Your poster must fit within this space. Landscape format.
Abstracts must be received by December 1. Submissions will only be accepted via the submission from below. Please contact Karol Anderson if you have any questions.