You do not need to be a SETAC member to submit an abstract; however, you will need to have an account in our database. You can create an account (free guest or paid member) on the SETAC website, which you can use to submit an abstract or register for a SETAC meeting.
After creating your account, it may take up to two hours for your username and password to become active on all SETAC platforms and gateways.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
- Abstracts will be featured in the online and printed program
- Submission before the 3 June deadline is free but a $50 non-refundable fee will be charged to handle submissions from 4–10 June
- All presenters must register for the meeting, pay applicable registration fees and attend the meeting
- Submissions will be reviewed by the abstract review committee from 24–26 June, and you will be notified via email within two weeks of review regarding acceptance
Guidelines for Writing Abstracts
- Submit abstract to a track and a session to which the subject matter is applicable
- Use title case for your title (for example, “Recommended Minimum Reporting Information for Environmental Toxicity Data”)
- Spell out abbreviations and acronyms in the title
- Keep abbreviations and acronyms to a minimum in the abstract and fully define at first reference
- Do not include citations
- Do not promote a commercial product, process or service
- Write for your audience: session chairs and colleagues
- Be clear and concise. Suggested outline:
- Include one or two sentences on background
- Identify the challenge, problem, question or purpose of the work
- Explain how you plan to address the challenge
- Describe methods or approach without getting into excessive detail
- Report results or hypothesis, as appropriate
- Summarize main conclusions if research is complete
- Note the relevance of the study: How findings advance the topic or how they can be applied
- The body of the abstract should not exceed 2,500 characters (including spaces)
View sample abstract.
Instructions for Submitting Abstract
By submitting an abstract you are agreeing to abide by the SETAC code of conduct and willing to be a registered attendee at the meeting.
- You do not need to be a SETAC member to submit an abstract; however, you will need an account to log in
- To log into the abstract submission system, 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 41st Annual Meeting :: SETAC Fort Worth
Module: Submit an Abstract