Call For Posters

General information:

The Strandness Symposium will again include a poster session, now expanded to allow submissions from all attendees. The poster session will take place on Monday afternoon, March 21, 2022, prior to the evening Vascular Forum dinner and Jeopardy event.

A $250 rebate on the Strandness Symposium registration fee will be offered to attendees who have a poster accepted for presentation and who participate in the poster session.

 

Poster requirements:

  • Topic related to diagnosis or care of vascular disease, including clinical or basic science.
  • Case report presentations may be considered.
  • An abstract with a brief summary (maximum of 300 words) must be submitted. The abstract word limit excludes the title, authors’ names, institution, and contact information.
  • Previously presented but unpublished work will be considered.

 

Poster Abstract Submission

  • Abstracts should be submitted to abstracts@strandness.org.
  • To be considered, abstracts must be received by Friday, December 17, 2021.
  • Confirmation of receipt will be provided within 72 hours. (If this is not received, the submitter may contact the meeting coordinator, Brian Snyder, at bsnyder@btscme.com to inquire about the status of the submission.)

 

Poster Abstract Review

  • The abstract review committee will include Meryl S. Logan, Niten Singh, David L. Dawson, Todd Bohannon, and Todd Rasmussen.

Acceptance and Meeting Registration

  • Notifications of acceptance will be sent by email by January 14, 2022.
  • Presenters must complete meeting registration within 14 days of notification.
  • There is a refundable registration fee for Vascular Forum participants.
  • If invited poster presenters do not register within 14 days, the invitation may be withdrawn and provided to another poster.

 

Presentation Session

The poster session will include a 3-minute presentation by the primary poster author followed by a 3-minute discussion by the judges and audience.

The session will take place on Monday afternoon, March 21. Presenters will compete for awards, which will be presented at the evening program to follow.

 

Judging Criteria

  • Presenters will be judged on the following criteria:
  • Quality of the oral presentation.
  • Effective use of the poster space.
  • Organization and development of concepts being presented.
  • Ability to effectively defend the management plan by responding to questions posed by the audience.
  • The experience or level of training of the presenter.

 

Evening Vascular Forum Program

The Vascular Forum dinner program and awards presentation will follow on Monday evening, March 21, 2022. While the content of this session targets the learning and professional development needs of students, residents, and fellows, the session is open to all meeting attendees (by subscription). The session will include didactic content and discussion.