1. Make Certain Your Abstract Includes Results Whether new findings presented in an abstract are experimental or theoretical, specific results MUST be included. The results, whether experimental or calculated, must be stated in the abstract. An author is free to include her or his latest data in the final poster presented at the meeting, but the results included in the original abstract must be substantive. 2. Avoid Promotion of a Commercial Product or Service The Abstract Program Committee tries to ensure that ISSCR poster sessions are not used as venues for commercial promotion. Statements like "We show that X product works better than Y product" are clear indicators of promotion, and will be cause for rejection. In contrast, an abstract that presents methods or findings of interest to stem cell researchers, but mentions that the work was done with a proprietary and copyrighted product, and co-authors include those at the company that made the product, may be deemed acceptable.
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June 5, 2013
2013 Meeting Dates:
June 12-15, 2013
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine
American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy
Boston Children's Hospital/Stem Cell Program
California Institute for Regenerative Medicine
Cellular Dynamics International
European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy
F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.
Ontario Stem Cell Initiative (OSCI)
Ruth L. and David S. Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
Lieber Institute for Brain Development
Massachusetts General Hospital / Center for Regenerative Medicine
The New York Stem Cell Foundation
University of Pittsburgh, McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine
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