Abstract Submission Details and Deadlines

The Individualizing Medicine Conference Poster Session September 12th, 5:15 – 7:15 p.m.
General Abstract Submissions Have Closed
Supported by the Satter Foundation

Great XXpectations in Women’s Health Research Call for Abstracts

September 14, 2018 marks the second annual celebration of Women’s Health Research at Mayo Clinic. This year’s symposium will be held as a post-conference session of the Individualizing Medicine Conference, and will emphasize the importance of considering sex and gender as critical factors to individualizing medicine. This event will highlight the breadth of research in sex and gender-based medicine and women’s health across Mayo Clinic and beyond. We invite you to come and share your latest and greatest research in the areas of women’s health and sex-differences in human physiology and disease.

Submission Details

Abstract Deadline: July 31, 2018

All abstracts that are successfully submitted for this event will be presented as a poster. The top abstracts will also be invited to give a short oral presentation. Abstracts and posters that have been presented recently at a national or international meeting are eligible for submission.

One of the authors must be present for the event.

Participants from Mayo Clinic AZ and FL may be eligible for travel reimbursement.

Format your abstract as follows:

  • Arial 11 font; limit 250 words
  • Title
  • Authors
  • Affiliation (Departments, Mayo location, i.e., Rochester, Arizona, Florida, Regional Practice)
  • Body of abstract with Objective, Methods, Results, Conclusion
  • Funding source
  • Citation for those abstracts and posters previously presented or published at other meetings.
  • Submit to womenshealth@mayo.edu by July 31, 2018


Please contact womenshealth@mayo.edu for more information.

Call for Conference Poster Abstracts

The poster session reception is an integral part of our Individualizing Medicine Conference. The review committee is looking for the best and brightest research and innovation in precision medicine. Key to this year’s poster session will be innovative use of research, and also the application of that research into practice.

Submissions are encouraged on the following topics related to personalized or precision medicine, but are not limited to: .

  • Bioethics
  • Bioinformatics
  • Cancer genomics
  • Cost-effectiveness & outcomes
  • Epigenomics
  • Genomic education
  • Genomic information in the electronic medical record
  • Genomic lab testing
  • Microbiome
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Rare & undiagnosed disorders
  • Targeted therapy

General Conference Abstract Submission Deadline: CLOSED

Accepted abstracts will be notified the week of July 16th, 2018

Poster Abstract Submissions Rules and Guidelines

Rules and Guidelines

  • Material for the poster should be unpublished and original.
  • In order to participate in the conference, authors must register, and cover the costs of hotel and travel.
  • Posters will not be displayed if an author is not present.
  • Velcro will be provided to secure posters on the display board.
  • If accepted, posters must fit within a space that is 8 feet wide and 4 feet high. Do not exceed these dimensions.
  • Poster space is assigned and a space number will be provided to each author at conference check-in/registration, September 12th.
  • Poster space is assigned and a space number will be provided to each author at conference check-in/registration, September 12th.
  • The IM Conference uses Abstract Scorecard, a digital collection software that is secure and easy to use. Authors log in, review submission criteria and then submit their abstract.

Brandt Family Scholarship Opportunity: Abstract And Concurrent Session Information

Early Career Investigators In Precision Medicine Scholarship Program
Supported By The Brandt Family Scholars Fund

To encourage and support early career investigators, this year’s conference will include a concurrent session designed to showcase up to five investigators. Selected investigators will be eligible for a travel scholarship. To qualify for this opportunity, early career investigators must meet the following criteria.

Abstract Submission: CLOSED

Awardees of the Early Career Investigators in Precision Medicine Scholarship Program will be provided:

  • Complimentary IM 2018 Conference registration
  • Presentation during the Early Career Investigators in Precision Medicine Concurrent Session
  • Travel support provided within Mayo Clinic travel policies
  • Attendance and recognition at the Brandt Family Scholarship Luncheon
  • Scholarship Program Poster Award
  • Challenging case or research-based poster presentation with Brandt Family Scholar award designation

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Email: imconference@mayo.edu

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