Abstract Submission Requirements

Submission Deadline: April 20, 2019

  1. It is required that your faculty adviser approve your abstract before submission.
  2. The submitting author is automatically designated as the first author.
  3. You may be the first author of more than one abstract, provided that each abstract represents distinct research. Co-authorship of additional abstracts is permitted.
  4. There are no restrictions on the number of abstracts you may submit or on the number of submissions you may present.
  5. Posters presented elsewhere are eligible as long as they’ve been presented in the past year.
  6. Attendance is required for inclusion in research day activities; however, all abstracts will be added to the program booklet.
  7. If you have any difficulty with the submission process, contact Skye Bickett at skyebi@pcom.edu or (678) 225-7541.

Poster Printing and Guidelines:

Please submit poster requests to the Office of Marketing and Communications by April 29, 2019.

Students: Research Day Poster Request Form

Faculty: Marketing and Communications Work Request Form

PCOM Georgia Guidelines

Georgia poster boards are 40″ x 60″, so the posters will need to be a little smaller than the boards.

Abstract Submission Form

Title Information

Note: Use sentence-style capitalization. Do not use quotation marks or all uppercase letters.
Example: Active learning improves comprehension in a large section immunology course.

Author Information

Note: The first author is considered the "lead" and "presenting" author.

Additional Authors

Upload Poster (PDF, PowerPoint or Word document):

Note: If you selected "YES" above, the Library Research Committee will obtain the permission of your Faculty Advisor before posting your contribution to the DigitalCommons@PCOM.

Faculty Advisor Information

Abstract

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Note: There is a 2250 character limit for the abstract text portion of your submission.

I hereby verify that all information on this form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.