2019 BioInterface Abstract Online Submission Form
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The Surfaces in Biomaterials Foundation invites you to submit an abstract to the 2019 BioInterface Workshop & Symposium!

The 29th Annual BioInterface Workshop & Symposium will be held at the Grand Summit Hotel in Park City, Utah on September 4-6, 2019. The Grand Summit Hotel sits at the base of the Canyons Village, just steps from the slopes of Park City Mountain. It is the perfect location for one of the best technical and most stimulating events in the field of biomaterials science in 2019!

 

During our event you will be enriched by the science and the high quality of interaction that is fostered by the unique blend of industry, academic, regulatory and clinical attendees. The moderate size of the event allows you to connect, share and learn by mingling with your fellow attendees and event sponsors.

 

Event Highlights include a Full Day Workshop on September 4 on Implantable Sensors and seven technical sessions including:Surface Modifications and Coatings, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Ophtalmic, Point Counterpoint Session, Neurovascular-Neuro Devices, Cardiovascular, Imaging Sessions and Analytical Characterization of Medical Devices.

 

Visit BioInterface 2019 Workshop & Symposium Home Page for up to date details of the event. 

 

All abstracts are due by March 29, 2019. If you would like to submit your abstract by email, please send to ingrid@surfaces.org

 

Questions? Contact Ingrid at ingrid@surfaces.org or at 612-351-2365.


ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

ELECTRONIC ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
Unlike most Academic symposia, full disclosure of materials, methods, and funding sources is encouraged, but NOT required so that presenters may speak about their latest work before it is published in full detail elsewhere.

Abstracts will be published on the BioInterface 2019 website that is only accessible to registered attendees. Please submit one form per abstract submission.

Submit only ONE abstract for each presentation; do NOT submit multiple copies of the same abstract, do NOT submit in blinded format, and do include your name, your address and e-mail address on any submitted abstract.

FAILURE TO PRESENT
The presenting author is expected to present the paper. Should an emergency situation occur at the time of your presentation at BioInterface 2019, please notify the Chair of your session as soon as possible. It is the presenting author's obligation to ensure that the abstract is presented.

PRESENTER REGISTRATION
Presenting authors MUST register and pay to attend the event. If registration is not received by July 30, 2019, the presentation will be removed from the program. Online registration will be available on the Surfaces in Biomaterials Foundation website soon.

NOTIFICATION
Notification of acceptance or rejection will be e-mailed in April. The final selection of abstracts for presentation and placement of accepted abstracts in the program format will be made by the Program Committee.

TITLE
Type the abstract title in upper and lower case letters. Use a concise and descriptive title.

ABSTRACT BODY
The one-page abstract needs to address how the work described relates to the biointerface.
Abstracts accepted for podium presentation will be provided 15 minutes for didactic presentation, followed by 5 minutes for discussion. The nature of the multiple session format makes it imperative that these times limits by strictly observed by all participants. Audio-visual includes a single LCD projector, screen, podium and laptop. Your presentation must not include animation or sublinks to other programs.


 

Abstracts Online Submission Form

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Please help us to promote your presentation!

We ask that you submit one image/headshot of yourself for use in our online and print-based marketing. Send us a .jpg or .png of yourself, that is a minimum of 500 pixels wide and 72 dpi. 72 dpi/resolution for web or 300 dpi/resolution for print.

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If my abstract is selected to be included in the program, by checking below, I agree to all of the following:

• I agree to participate as a Speaker for the BioInterface 2019 Symposium and Workshop. BioInterface 2019 Symposium and Workshop will take place September 4 – 6, 2019 at the Grand Summit Hotel in Park City, Utah.

• I understand that deadlines are extremely important and agree to meet all of them. I also agree that it is my responsibility to meet these deadlines without multiple reminders.

• I will register and pay to attend the BioInterface 2019 no later than July 30, 2019.

• I will work with my Session Chair, as necessary, to ensure the best presentation possible.

• I agree to present the session as it is agreed upon with my Session Chair.

• I understand that any expenses I may incur to participate in this conference are my responsibility and will not be reimbursed by the Surfaces in Biomaterials Foundation (SIBF).

• I will notify SIBF immediately in the event that an emergency would prevent me from meeting my obligation as a conference speaker.

• Since continuing education is a prime function of this event, I will make my presentation, or a pdf of accepted published material, available to BioInterface attendees. The Foundation will collect the final version of the published presentation at the conference registration desk or it may be emailed to ingrid@surfaces.org.

• I understand I am allotted 20 minutes for my presentation, inclusive of any Q&A. A microphone, LC projector, PC laptop, and screen will be available for my use. If I have any other audio visual requests, I will send my request to ingrid@surfaces.org. I will bring my final presentation on a memory stick to registration or email ingrid@surfaces.org by 7:30 a.m. the same day of my presentation, to make sure that everything runs properly.

• I warrant and represent that, to the best of my knowledge, nothing in my presentation violates any proprietary or personal rights of others (including, without limitation, any copyright or privacy rights) is factually accurate, and contains nothing libelous or otherwise unlawful.

• I warrant and represent that my presentation is my own original work, that I have the authority to enter into this Agreement, and that I am the sole copyright holder or that I have obtained all necessary permissions or licenses from any persons or organizations whose material is included or used in my presentation.

I understand that an agreement to speak at the BioInterface conference equates to agreement for SIBF to:
1) use my name and/or image in photos, video, internet transmission or other media,
2) create and use conference speaker ‘teaser or promotional interviews’ for publicity of sessions (audio and/or video),
3) video record my session for posting on the SIBF website for access by members only.

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