Abstract Submission Guidelines
Did you miss the original abstract submission deadline? Do you have late-breaking science you would like to present at SETAC Vancouver? We have opened late abstract submission at meetings.setac.org. You must submit your abstract no later than 29 October.
- Abstracts will not be in the abstract book or printed meeting program because it is past the print deadline
- Abstracts will be featured in the online program
- Only poster abstracts will be accepted at this time
- A $50 non-refundable fee will be charged to handle submissions
- You must be registered for the meeting before we will accept the abstract
- Submissions will be reviewed by the program committee, and you will be notified within two weeks of submission about acceptance
- Abstracts will not be grouped by topic but will be featured in its own category
- Space is limited and we will close abstract submission once we fill our space or by 29 October
- Please use your SETAC username and password.
- Make sure you select the correct meeting and module prior to logging into the online submission system
- If your browser automatically logs you in, click logout in the upper right corner to select the correct meeting and module
Meeting: SETAC North America 35th Annual Meeting
Module: Abstract/Extended Submission
For the full list of sessions, click HERE.
View sample abstract.
- Abstract must not promote a commercial product, process, or service.
- Abstract should be clear and well written.
- Authors should comply with instructions and deadlines provided with the call for abstracts.
- The abstract should contain information and/or data that demonstrates that high quality science will be presented.
- Information in the abstract should not have been previously published or presented.
- Subject matter should be applicable to environmental toxicology and chemistry, including, but not limited to:
- Molecular and cellular biology as they relate to environmental toxicology and chemistry, hazard and risk assessment, and environment/human health related issues.
- Contributions to an understanding of ecological risk assessment and environmental hazards, including use and validation of mammalian models and systems.
- Ethical issues related to environmental toxicology and chemistry and risk assessment.
- By submitting an abstract you are agreeing to abide by the SETAC code of conduct and understand that all presenters must pay for registration and attend the meeting.
- There is a limit of 2500 characters (INCLUDING SPACES) for the text of your Abstract submission.