SPS 2009 Sponsors
($10,000 to $14,999)
($6,000 to $9,999)
($3,000 to $5,999)
(Up to $2,999)
Lewis B. Kinter & Terry Timberlake-Kinter
The abstract deadline was July 17th, 2009. If you have any questions regarding your abstract submission, please contact Krystle Gulley.
Thank you for your interest in the SPS 2009 Annual Meeting and we look forward to you participating in the meeting.
Abstract and Poster Information
All abstracts will be published in the SPS Abstract & Program Book. In addition, authors are invited to have their abstracts published in the Journal of Pharmacological & Toxicological Methods. Abstracts should describe the aims of the work, methods, and the key experimental findings in a clear and
succinct manner. Brevity is important to adhere with the publication guidelines of JPTM. All abstracts will be reviewed for scientific content and the Abstract Committee reserves the right to refuse abstracts that do not adhere to publication guidelines. It is hoped that abstracts and posters will be the first presentations
of the study represented. Abstracts presented since the previous year's SPS Annual Meeting are welcome for submission at this year's meeting; however, previously published abstracts will not be published in JPTM.
Junior Investigator Poster Contest
Junior Investigators are encouraged to participate in the Junior Investigator Poster Competition. Cash prizes will be awarded to the most outstanding posters based on both the poster itself as well as discussions with the Abstract Committee Poster Competition judges. If you are interested in participating in the Junior Investigator Poster Competition, please check the appropriate selection on the on-line submission form. Junior Investigator presenter must be present during judging. Please see Poster guidelines for allowable size of poster.
NOTE—To participate in the Junior Investigator Travel Award AND the Poster Contest, two separate abstracts are needed: a 500 word abstract submitted by e-mail (see Junior Investigator and/or Student Award) AND a 250 word abstract submitted on-line, details below.
Junior Investigator Poster Competition Eligibility Criteria
Eligible Junior Investigator candidates include students (undergraduate or graduate), technical staff, and junior scientists, postdoctoral fellows (<5 years), and European early career lab heads. Candidates may come from within academia, contract research organizations, pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry, and government organizations engaged in preclinical research in safety pharmacology. Students are encouraged to apply. The research field can be any area of scientific novelty with application to Safety Pharmacology.