Abstracts will be uploaded on the Science of HBV Cure Meeting and its sister conference Singapore Hepatology Conference website to form part of the Online Education offerings of SHC and viewable by its members
Abstracts will be submitted and reviewed based on 4 general topics; Cancer, Immunology, Therapy, and Virology. Authors should submit their abstract based on the topic that best fits their abstract’s theme.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Abstract Selection Committee and accepted submissions will be posted on this. Science of HBV Cure Meeting 2021 Online website and its sister conference website at Singapore Hepatology Conference as part of SHC’s commitment to providing ongoing Online Education.
The Abstract Selection Committee will also select up to 15 of the best abstracts for Live Oral Presentations during the Meeting (ie approximately (3) Live Oral Presentations each evening).
The Presenter of the best oral presentation each evening will be awarded USD 500 while the remaining oral presenters will be awarded USD 200 each (one (1) Presenter per oral presentation per poster).
Authors whose Abstracts have been accepted must submit their Poster as per the format given below.
|File Type||Poster: PDF File, maximum 20 MB.|
|Formatting||Recommended font types: Calibri, Arial, Times New Roman Portrait orientation format, AO size (841mm x 1189mm)
|Heading||The heading indicates the title of the paper, author(s), institution, and location.|
|Depicting Section||Each section can be numbered with text in a font size to guide the attendee through your poster. Color is an effective method for separating sections and adding graphic impact. Try to avoid color combinations that are difficult to read.|
|Premise||Your poster should include three-to-five brief sentences outlining the information necessary to understand the study, and why it was done. The question(s) to be asked or the hypotheses to be tested should be clearly and succinctly stated.|
|Methods||Outline your methods briefly, providing only details for new methods, or modifications of older methods.|
|Graphics||Results presented in the form of a graph or chart are always more effective than blocks of text. Provide a legend for symbols and other details, and interpretation of results below each panel.|
|Conclusion||State the conclusion succinctly in large type. (Many viewers read this first, so it should be concise and easy to understand.)|