A. Download the ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM in Microsoft Word for Windows and complete it according to the instructions in the form.
B. Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (contact person: Ms. Josephine Veridiano).
C. Abstracts not to exceed two hundred fifty (250) words may be accepted for poster presentation at conference. Each abstract and poster presentation should contain original information. If possible, the main theme of the conference “Clinical Applications and Innovative Approaches on Radiation Medicine” should be incorporated as well.
D. The scientific committee reserves the right to designate an accepted abstract as oral or poster presentation.
- Advanced Beam Delivery
- Dose Calculation Algorithm/Monte-Carlo
- Physics QA
- IGRT/Adaptive Radiotherapy
- Immobilization & Positioning
- Particle Therapy
- Treatment Planning
- Cardiovascular Imaging
- Interventional Radiology
- Molecular and Functional Imaging
- Nuclear Medicine
- Ultrasound Imaging
- X-ray Imaging / Mammography
- Image Processing Analysis
|Radiobiology & Radiation Protection
- Biological Effects of Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation
- Bystander Effect
- Patient Exposures and Reference Levels
- Radiation Protection of Patients & Personnel
- Radiation Safety Standards / Regulation and Licensing
- Radiobiological Modeling
- Radiobiology of Particle Therapy
- Accreditation and Certification
- Education and Training
- Non-ionizing Radiation
- Optical Imaging
- Radionuclide Therapy
- Research and Development
Title and complete text must appear within the four margins. Illustrations are not allowed, but a brief table is permissible. The abstract should be a brief summary of the paper and should include an introductory sentence stating its purpose. A brief description of the work involved and a statement of any conclusions to be drawn from the work should be included, it is not satisfactory to state, “The results should be discussed.”
Authors have full responsibility for any statements submitted. Authors are also responsible for proofreading the typed abstract. Authors must disclose and explain any potential conflicts of interest in a separate letter enclosed with the abstract.
Once abstracts have been submitted to the conference organizing committee, changes will not be permitted.
Capitalize all letters. Keep brief, indicating the nature of investigation.
List last name, then state author’s names and institutional affiliations. If no institution is involved, list city and country.
Type in lower case letters. Do not skip a line between title and author(s), and between author(s) and text. Indent beginning paragraph three spaces. The text must be single paragraph. Use only very common abbreviations.