Abstract submissions close February 22, 2018.
You will need to create a user account for the UNTHSC Scholarly Repository to submit an abstract for RAD. Use an email address that you check regularly so you will receive important notifications regarding your submission.
Please note the following:
1. Review the submission form prior to preparing your abstract.
2. All authors must be listed on the form. Be prepared with their full name, credentials, and an email address. Include your email address in the list of authors so you can make changes to your abstract.
3. You will have a total of 2500 characters (not words) to state the information for your abstract. The abstract should be comprised of the following sequential items of information:
a. a statement of the hypothesis that was tested or the purpose (objective) of the research
b. a brief statement of materials and methods
c. a summary of the most pertinent, significant results
d. conclusions derived from the presented data
4. You may log in and edit your submission any time before abstract submissions close on February 22, 2018.
December 18, 2017
Abstract submissions open at 8:00 A.M.
February 8, 2018
IRB deadline for processing new RAD protocols
February 22, 2018
Abstract submissions close at 11:59 P.M.
March 20, 2018
Submit poster orders to One Stop Printing by 5:00 P.M. for early-bird pricing
April 5, 2018
Poster set-up at event venue from 4:00 – 6:00 P.M.
April 6, 2018
IRB, IACUC, IBC, and IP
If your research project involves or involved the use of human subjects or data derived from human subjects, you will need to have documentation of prior IRB review and approval of the project in order for your abstract to be accepted for RAD.
Questions about IRB approval should be directed to the Office of Research Compliance at (817) 735-0409, or see IRB Information for RAD Participants for more information.
If your research project involves or involved the use of animals, you will need to have documentation of prior IACUC review and approval of the project in order for your abstract to be accepted for RAD.
Questions about IACUC approval should be directed to Christina Aguilar at (817) 735-2533.
If your research project involves or involved the use of rDNA, viral vectors, pathogens or unfixed fluid or tissue from a human or primate, you will need to have documentation of prior IBC registration and approval of the project in order for your abstract to be accepted for RAD.
Questions about IBC approval should be directed to Maya Nair at (817) 735-5431.
The PI of this project should first determine whether or not publishing this abstract on the UNTHSC website is a disclosure of intellectual property that could be patented. If so, please contact Claude Longoria before submitting the abstract.
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