Welcome to the online abstract management system INDICO of TRIUMF. A registration for INDICO is required for all authors. If you are already registered, used the existing logging details.
The abstract maximum is 500 words (including the title, references and acknowledgments).
No figures and schemes or tables will be published/printed. However, they can be uploaded for reviewing purposes.
Additional guidelines will be available when you access the submission system.
If you have any questions, please contact Valery Radchenko via email@example.com or Patrick Causey firstname.lastname@example.org
Plan to submit your abstract(s) in the following thematic topics:
• Preclinical Studies
• Nuclide Production/Supply
• Dosimetry & Instrumentation
• Quality Assurance
• Regulatory Assurance
• Clinical Experiences
To encourage the participation of young scientists at the TAT 11, a limited number of travel bursaries will be provided to students and postdocs who have submitted abstracts that have been accepted for presentation. Awards will be granted based on the quality of the abstract and award amount will be determined by regional proximity to the symposium venue (Ottawa, ON, Canada)
To be eligible to receive a bursary, the applicant must be the presenting author of an accepted abstract (oral or poster).
To apply, please submit the following documents as your application package before the abstract submission deadline of November 16, 2018:
Cover letter explaining reason for bursary application
Letter of support from mentor
Please send the above documents as your application package in pdf format to email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants will be notified by email of the decision regarding their bursary application.