Ongoing Poster Submission

Ongoing Submission of poster Abstracts

The call for oral presentations is since March 10 closed. Posters can be further submitted until March 25. Later submitted Posters can be submitted until April 21 but will not be included in the Summit-Proceedings. Accepted submitters must bring 20 handouts of the abstract with them.

A. Topics for Abstracts

Clinical Topics: Nanomedicine and targeted medicine for cardiovascular disease, rheumatic disease, oncology, gastro-intestinal/hepatic disease, bacterial infection, viral infection, parasitic infection, implantology, inflammation, hematology, diabetes, neurology, neurosurgery, orphan diseases, eye and ear disease, tuberculosis, HIV, Ebola, tissue repair, orthopedics, etc.

Technology Topics: Nanosystems, nanoparticles, nanoanalytics and diagnostics, toxicology, nano-imaging, targeted drug delivery, using nanoparticles, GMP and quality assurance, propositions for solving a medical problem in a novel way by the use of nanotechnology, novel concepts and ideas if they can be supported by thorough reasoning and could lead to novel research and solutions. Materials for use in nanotechnology and targeted medicine, concepts, diagnosis and therapy in the field of personalized medicine: clinical diagnosis and management on the individual patient's clinical signs and symptoms, medical and family history, and data from laboratory and imaging evaluation to diagnose and treat illnesses, genetic testing leading to more personalized treatments. In addition, relevant novel tools for translational research and diagnostics are of high interest, etc.

Implications Topics: Implications of Nanomedicine for society, developing countries, environment, risks and benefits, public health finance, health economics, and other subjects, etc. Strategy, Government and Political Topics: Strategy building and policy processes in nanomedicine. Strategic approaches towards establishing a unified funding area for nanotechnologies for medical research. Policy processes to foster leadership in Nanomedicine, regulatory authority topics as well as financial and marketing matter.

Industry Topics: Industry projects and solutions in nanomedicine and targeted medicine, tools related to Nanomedicine and targeted medicine. Industry models for the Future large-scale production, Good Manufacturing Practice, etc.

Exhibitors Topics: Integrated interventions of exhibitors that are of scientific or technical high relevance and do not have the solely the purpose of promoting the trademark.

B. Canon

All abstracts must cover original research aimed at future or current applications of nanoscience and targeted medicine including clinical trial designs, reports of ongoing and completed clinical trials, preclinical work, and technology papers with clinical long-term vision. All fields leading to the development of personalized medicine (precision-medicine) are also issues of great interest.

C. Submission procedure (Sending Paper Abstract / Poster Abstract)

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D. Poster-Abstract

Send us your poster-abstract, (Microsoft Word, RTF, or Open document file format, using Times New Roman, font size 11, single spacing NO PDF. The submission must not be longer than three pages, including metadata and figures (one figure is obligatory). All illustrations, figures, and tables must be placed within the text at the appropriate points. Index your file as follows: Last name First name.abstract17.docx (or RTF etc.)

E. Biography

Please add in your mail as separate document with your NARRATIVE CV, max one page. No more than 5 titles of recent publications can be included Last name. First name.CV17.docx (or RTF etc.)

F. Portrait Photo

Send us a head picture in gif or jpg, minimum 300 dpi. DO NOT COPY PASTE THE PICTURE. Index your file as follows: Last name.First.Name­.Picture17.jpg (or Gif)

G. Presentation Times, Size of Posters, Installation of Posters 

Posters will be located in the Foyer visible for all conference attendees. The meeting breaks and lunches will be the preferred time to study the posters. During lunch and breaks, the authors are asked to be present close to their poster.  Posters are to be presented in the size of 1.40 meter high and 1.00 meter wide. There will be the CLINAM-Poster Prize. Poster installation is on May 8 as from 06.30 until 8.00 am latest and the posters can be removed on May 10, after 4.45 pm and latest until 18.15 pm.

H. University Village 2017 and Small Speeches

The University Village is an exquisite forum for universities and research institutes, giving them opportunity to present themselves as well as novel approaches, new research projects and initial outcomes of research, and patents. Researchers and engineers can use the foyer to install exhibition stands booths as one-stop-shops for the large spectrum of conference participants. Poster presenters and University Village members are eligible for presentations in a special session of Small Speeches, 3 minutes in length and serving to highlight the research activities in Nanotechnology and Targeted Medicine. They must comprise three slides, • Slide 1: general introduction to the topic • Slide 2: some of the highlights of submitters’ work and institutions’ work • Slide 3: the proof as to how the work fits into the area of Nanomedicine including a glimpse into the future. Application for Small Talk Sessions is possible any time after acceptance of your poster in writing. For Contacts regarding Small Speeches please contact Dr. Sc. Nat. Ruth Schmid, SINTEF This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , CLINAM-University Village and Small Speech-Director.