Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Excellence Day
The abstract deadline is now extended to the end of Monday, March 9, 2015!
In addition to emailing your abstract, first authors only, please register:
Please note that when you submit your abstract, you must also schedule an appointment for designing and/or having a poster
this time, you will simply be getting on the calendar, you will not need to have your poster content ready. Please contact Belinda Lehmkuhle to schedule your appointment.
- The abstract should describe a hypothesis-driven research project.
- The abstract should be informative and consist of:
- Title in UPPER CASE, list of authors (use full names), plus the division or cooperative program where your research was conducted.
- Introduction to the study
- Rationale for the study; the hypothesis statement must be included in this section
- Method states briefly the method used in the research project.
- Results of the study, including new data not previously published in manuscript form.
- Conclusion states the interpretations, conclusions or inferences you can draw from the results of your research. Avoid "The results will be discussed."
- Funding: If applicable, please indicate the funding source for your project.
- Required format: One 8.5 x 11" page, 1" margins, Times New Roman, font size 10 pt., line spacing 1.
- 450-word limit (excluding the title, authors, and First Author Contact Information).
- Abbreviations must first be mentioned by full name with abbreviation in parentheses.
- Tables and figures are permitted, but the entire abstract must conform to the required format:
- Please note that not all abstracts submitted will be accepted. If your abstract does not meet the following requirements, it may not be
- Abstracts will be reviewed for completeness and quality.
- A student may be a first author and presenter on MORE than one abstract, but may be a co-author on others. In all cases, the name of the
or supervising professor must be listed as the last author on the abstract and poster.
- Your supervising professor must have an * by his/her name on your abstract.
On Research Day:
- Every student who submits an abstract that is accepted is required to be in attendance, and to display a poster related to the abstract.
- Posters must remain on display in the SAC Ballroom until 4:00 p.m. in order to give the review committee ample time to review each poster.
- All abstract winners must sit in the front row during the lectures and give a 10 minute oral summary of their abstract followed by 2 minutes of Q &
If you have not already done so, please register.
Please visit the following website for tips and procedures for printing posters, paying close attention to the scheduling section:
Poster Printing Instructions
Last Reviewed: March 4, 2015