Abstracts

Thank you to all who submitted an abstract for the 31st Annual Symposium on Nonhuman Primate Models for AIDS. We received 134! We have sent emails confirming all oral and poster presentations. We are asking all presenters to confirm participation by Friday, Oct. 4. Instructions are in the emails we sent. If you have any questions, please email nhpaids2013@emory.edu. 

If you have not yet done so, please make your hotel reservation. More details are here. And, registration is now open. Visit
http://tinyurl.com/yerkesaidsconfregister today. The deadline for hotel reservations and registration is Oct. 11.

Information requested was:

 Section 1 – Submitting Author and Contact Information

Submitting author's first and last names, phone number and email

Section 2 – Session Preference/Poster Only

Indicate your top two choices for session (options below) or note as Poster only.

Session options: Latency and Reservoirs, Natural Host/New Models, Pathogenesis/Early Events, Vaccines/Immunology, Virus Host Interactions and Therapy/Microbicides

Section 3 – Abstract Title

Section 4 – Author Information

Include the first and last name for each author. Spell out all words for each affiliated institution. Underline the presenting author's name, and use superscripts to associate each author with his/her affiliated institutions.

Section 5 – Abstract Text

Abstract text may be up to 400 words, not including title, authors, affiliations and funding sources. Any words beyond 400 will not be printed.

English only.

Divide the text into four sections: Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusions.

Use Arial or Helvetica 10 point.

Note: text will be printed exactly as submitted. Please double check your text before submitting.

Section 6 – Funding

Provide information about funding sources for this research.

Section 7 – Early Investigator Awards

The Early Investigator Awards for this year’s symposium will come as a refund of the $450 registration fee, given to at least 10 abstract presenters. At the time of application, each award recipient must either be a student, post-doctoral fellow, or within 12 years post-subspecialty fellowship or completion of doctoral training. If you are requesting consideration for an Early Investigator Award, please include the category appropriate to you: 

Student, Post-doctoral Fellow, Within 12 years post-subspecialty fellowship, Within 12 years of completing doctoral training

If you have any questions, please email nhpaids2013@emory.edu