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HGF PEDIATRIC BONE SYMPOSIUM

FRIDAY, JULY 11, 2025 | 2 PM-6 PM

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

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MEMBERS 2022 Pediatric Bone Symposium on June 10, 2022, at Four Seasons Hotel, in Atlanta, Georgia. The symposium will be held from 9 am to 12 pm ET.

HGF 现在正在接受重点关注具有挑战性的临床病例和原始儿科骨骼研究的演讲摘要,包括罕见的遗传性骨病的生物学以及诊断和管理方法。

本次研讨会的目的是为儿科骨骼健康演示和讨论提供一个专门的论坛。研讨会将包括三位主旨发言人、四场预先征集与会者的口头案例介绍,以及案例小组讨论。

 

This Symposium will provide basic education to trainees and Faculty to learn more about bone disorders including the biology of diseases and the approach to diagnosis and management. 

符合条件的抽象类型

患有代谢性骨病或任何骨相关疾病的病例或病例系列

 

摘要会议

接受的摘要被组织成基于主题的海报会议。将通知作者其摘要海报展示的日期和时间。除宗教原因外,不允许演讲作者重新安排演讲时间。

提交摘要的截止日期:

美国东部时间 2022 年 5 月 26 日下午 5 点

 

提交摘要至:

单击此处在线提交(仅限)。

 

摘要发表:

摘要将在 HGFound.org 上在线发布。

 

收据:

免除摘要提交费用。

 

奖项:

Human Growth Foundation 为参加 Human Growth Foundation 儿科骨骼研讨会提供多项奖励和旅行补助。旅行补助金颁发给已获准在研讨会上展示摘要的在训教师和新教师提交的优秀摘要。所有奖项的获奖者选择均基于奖项标准和抽象分数。

 

标准奖励要求:

  1. 您必须是摘要提交的第一作者和主讲作者。

  2. 您目前必须正在接受培训(研究生、医学院学生、临床或博士后研究员)或处于早期职业生涯的初级教师(在完成奖学金和/或任命的第 1 至第 5 年内 5 年内)。

  3. 摘要提交不会自动为您注册人类生长基金会儿科骨骼研讨会。

  4. 提交后,摘要的提交作者同意注册并参加人类生长基金会儿科骨骼研讨会以提交摘要。

 

一般信息

American Journal Experts 提供编辑服务、语言编辑、翻译和海报格式化服务。

 

支付:

免除摘要提交费用。

 

作品作者:

允许署名多个摘要。

 

共同作者和/或主要研究者评论:

提交作者(联系人)负责确保所有合著者和/或主要研究人员在提交前审查摘要并同意许可协议。未能获得合著者的发表许可可能会导致摘要被拒。

 

事先出版政策:

  1. 提交的摘要不能包含在摘要提交时之前在美国全国会议上提交的数据。

  2. 提交的摘要不能包含在提交摘要时已在任何在线或 Pub Med 索引场所接受发表的数据。

  3. 违反者将被撤回摘要,并可能被禁止在未来的 HGF 研讨会上发言。

 

提交联席会议:

您可以将相同的摘要提交给 Endo 或全国会议。

 

Ethical Issues and Conduct:

Authors who submit abstracts with or engage in publication ethical violations will be subject to exclusion for future abstract submissions.

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AFTER YOUR ABSTRACT HAS BEEN SUBMITTED

Edits:

Submitting (contact) authors may log in to edit their abstract up until the abstract submission deadline.

NO REVISIONS to the abstract or the list of authors will be allowed once the site closes on

MAY 26, 2022, 5 PM ET, USA.

Abstract Withdrawal:

  1. Abstracts may be withdrawn by sending an email to Daphne Plump at daphne@hgfound.org.

  2. A withdrawal request must be submitted by the submitting (contact) author and include the abstract submission confirmation number.

 

Notice of Abstract Acceptance:

Abstract notifications will be emailed to presenting (contact) on February 15, 2020.

 

Ethical Issues and Conduct:

提交摘要或参与出版道德违规的作者将被排除在未来的摘要提交之外。

GUIDELINES

2022 Pediatric Bone Symposium
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