Photo: Hung Tien Vu
Photo: Hung Tien Vu
My abstract has been accepted – should I do anything further?
Yes. Presenting authors are required to register for the conference when registration opens (in the begining of may 2023)
** Please note, that there is a limited number of seats at the conference**
How will my poster be displayed if my abstract is accepted?
What are the formalities for the poster?
We are two (or more) abstract authors, who shall we name as presenting author?
It is only possible to enter one presenting author. It is required that all presenting authors are participants at the conference.
What should I do if I am unable to present my poster?
If you are unable to attend the conference, you can appoint a colleague to present the poster on your behalf. The person in question has to be registered for the conference and cannot be listed as presenting author on another poster.
When can I hang up my poster?
What should I bring to hang up my poster?
There will be material available to hang the posters up. Only the available material may be used.
For how long will the posters be displayed?
When am I expected to be at my poster during the conference?
Will the conference programme be in English?
Abstracts and posters can be made and presented in either Danish or English according to your preference. The majority of the additional presentations at the conference will be in Danish.
Danish Comprehensive Cancer Center (DCCC) and Danish Multidisciplinary Cancer Groups (DMCG.dk) hope to see you at Danish Cancer Research Days on the 31th of august and 1st of september in Odense. We invite all those interested to send in abstracts on research projects, clinical trials or other research activities related to cancer.
From abstract to poster
Every year, more than 100 researchers have the opportunity to present their research to the many hundreds of participants at the Danish Cancer Research Days. It is a unique opportunity to spread knowledge across both geography and research area.
From the submitted abstracts, our interdisciplinary committee selects the researchers, who are given the opportunity to transform their abstract into a physical poster. At the same time a number of posters will also be selected for short flash talks.
Furthermore, the abstracts are used to decide which seven young scientists are to receive the honerable "Exceptional Young Scientist Abstract"-price. These seven will present their findings on the main scene at a dedicated session rather than in the postersession.
Read more in the call for abstracts above and see the FAQ, where you can find more information about formalities, assessment, registration etc.