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|February 3, 2020||Abstract Submission Deadline|
|March 2020||Email Notification of Acceptance|
|May 15, 2020||Presentation Changes & Withdraw Deadline|
|June 1, 2020||Final Papers & Posters Due|
|June 8, 2020||Early Bird Registration Ends|
New in 2020
The 2020 INMM program will highlight the ‘Collaboration and Connection’ of our community with Cross Cutting Topics that touch on multiple divisions. In analyzing input and the results from the 2019 Post Annual Meeting Survey the cross cutting topic groupings are open for partnership with multiple technical divisions. Our goal is to have fewer parallel sessions and make more use of thematic poster sessions to offer a variety of interactive sessions.
Abstract Submission Requirements
In order to present at 61st Annual Meeting, you must:
Submit a 350-word abstract with paper justification and a biographical sketch by February 3, 2020
Abstracts must conform to the submission requirements outlined. Your abstract
will not be reviewed or accepted if the Internet format described is not used.
Include any additional information that will be helpful in placing your proposed paper in the program, such as the order of any complementary papers
All abstracts must be submitted via the abstract submission portal for review by the INMM Technical Program Committee. Be sure to follow the instructions for online submission of abstracts
Oral presentations and poster presentations will not be considered without an abstract and a written paper — no exceptions.
It is the responsibility of the author to obtain management, sponsor or classification approval before submitting an abstract.
The Following Information Will Be Collected During Abstract Submission:
Provide one primary presenter. Data required for the presenter: first name, last name, complete name of institution, full mailing address, phone and email.
The primary presenter will be the author responsible for submitting the final paper.
A maximum of 14 co-authors are allowed. Data required for the co-authors: first name,
last name, complete name of institution, institution city/state/country, and email.
A 150-word biographical sketch is required to provide adequate information for the
session chair to properly introduce the speaker. Include title, affiliation, relevant
experience, academic background and significant accomplishments. Biographical
sketches will not be published.