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Guidelines for abstract submissions

Guidelines for abstract submission

Participants are invited to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations. Please indicate clearly whether you would like to present a poster or oral presentation.  For oral presentations, please also indicate whether you would prefer to make a 25 minute or 12 minute presentation.

Oral presentations: There are 2 categories from which you may choose;

1.      Oral presentation of 25 minutes followed by 5 minutes of discussion for certain symposia OR

2.      Oral presentation of 12 minutes followed by 3 minutes of discussion for an MSc or a PhD student. Participants in this category compete for the "Oral Presentation Award" sponsored by the FAOPS Fund/The Physiological Society of Thailand.


      Poster presentations:   

Delegates who DO NOT wish to enter the competition can submit abstracts in the general submission category for poster presentation.

Delegates who would like to submit their abstracts for "Poster Presentation Award" must present their abstracts for 5 minutes followed by 3 minutes of discussion.

                  Posters will be displayed during the meeting dates for viewing and discussion by all participants.

  • The Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to assign abstracts to the Oral Presentation category.
  • Accepted abstracts will be notified by e-mail.
  • Registration by the presenting author is mandatory and must be made within the date of the cited notification. Failure to register will result in cancellation of presentation.
  • Please have all information ready before starting the abstract submission via the ONLINE SUBMISSION (See 'Abstract Preparation Guidelines').

The Abstract Preparation Guidelines

  • Scientific materials must be original, must not have been previously presented at any international meetings, and must not have been previously published.
  • Prepare the abstract as a Microsoft Word document.
  • Abstract should be clear, concise, typed in English using Times New Roman typeface (single-spaced, font size 12 points) with all margins at least 2.5 cm., and should not exceeding 300 words excluding title, author names, affiliations, and key words.
  • Title:  The title must accurately reflect the abstract's content, and must use a bold-faced font, with an initial capital letter in the first word of the title. Ideally, the title should be about 10-12 words long, and should include the scope of the investigation, the study design, and the goal rather than a statement of the results or conclusions. The abstract's title should be easy for the reader to understand. Jargon or unfamiliar acronyms or abbreviations in the title are strongly discouraged (i.e. avoid unfamiliar jargon such as “Advantages of endurance treadmill walking compared to cycling to assess bronchodilator therapy”).
  • Authors:  The list of authors should be restricted to those individuals who carried out the study, conceived it, designed it, gathered/analyzed data, and wrote the abstract. Full names of all authors should be listed without degrees and titles. The presenting authors should be listed first and underlined (i.e. Wilaiwan Khrisanapant*, Jaruwan Plaengde*, Watchara Boonsawat**, Orapin Pasurivong*).
  • Email of the corresponding author should be given.
  • Affiliations:  The addresses of all authors should be typed in Italics. To discern multiple affiliations, use * in superscript (i.e. *Department of Physiology,.................).
  • Main text:  The abstract body must be in text only and must be comprised of one paragraph without indentation. Pictures, graphs, tables, or special characters are not allowed.  Standard abbreviations may be used, except in titles.
  • Keywords:  No more than five keywords separated by comma should be placed at the bottom of the abstract, and should separated from the body text by one blank line.
  • Failure to follow this format may result in rejection of the abstract.

           Participants are invited to submit a manuscript for publication in the “Journal of Physiological and Biomedical Sciences” , an official journal of the Physiological Society of Thailand. For further information, please visit a drop-down menu “Guidelines for manuscript submission to JPBS” or at the journal website http://www.j-pbs.org.

Thank you for submitting an abstract to the PST.

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