Submit Abstracts to Hopkins Imaging Conference by September 6th!

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Issel Anne Lim

Aug 29, 2011, 9:43:39 AM8/29/11
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Hello, All --

Please forward to your departments, groups, and/or centers. Thank you!

The Hopkins Imaging Initiative is hosting our First Annual Hopkins Imaging Conference on October 6th, 2011, in the Turner Auditorium and Concourse on the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus. Starting at 1:30pm, we'll be featuring an afternoon of faculty lectures, followed by traditional poster presentations at a Happy Hour.

More details can be found on our website ( and in the attached flyer.

Please SUBMIT ABSTRACTS for traditional posters by September 6th, 2011. We ARE accepting research that has been previously published. These should be one page of research content (methods, discussion, etc) and one page of administrative details (authors, affiliations, etc), emailed to as a .pdf, .doc, or .docx. A template can be downloaded from the conference website, with formatting details here:

Please REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE by October 1st, 2011. Registration is FREE, and anyone interested in imaging research at Hopkins is welcome at the conference (including non-Hopkins affiliates). We're using registration as an RSVP for programs and refreshments; therefore, only registrants will be eligible for our Happy Hour raffle.

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Thank you very much! We hope to see your abstracts soon, and to meet all of you at the conference! :)

Issel Anne L. Lim
PhD Candidate
Biomedical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University
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