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Annual Research Day

Annual Research Day

The 43rd Annual Research Day is planned for WEDNESDAY, 05 OCTOBER 2016 & THURSDAY, 06 OCTOBER 2016. We would like as many members of the department to present their research as possible. Please email your typed abstract to Zam
Ndzotyana (email: zam.ndzotyana@uct.ac.zaon or before Monday, 15 July 2016.

Please indicate at the end of your abstract if your research was based on work carried out in the
community as follows:
This research carried out in the community (specify which community), OR,

This research was not a community based project

The abstract form is attached separately in this first call for abstracts.

Each speaker will be allocated a 12 minute time slot; 8 minutes for the presentation and a 4 minute
question period. For mini oral/e-poster presentations, 3 minutes will be allocated for presentation and 1
minute for questions.


The 38th Bernard Pimstone Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Prof Simon Stewart, Please do not hesitate to contact me should you require any further information

Click here for the Research Day Programme 

Submission of Abstracts  

Closing Date:  Monday, 15 July 2016.                                                                                                              

 All abstracts are to be submitted electronically. Please read the following instructions carefully and print them out if necessary.

Click here to open the abstract form.

Typing

Your abstract must be submitted on the official abstract form which may be downloaded from this site. In order to ensure uniformity of appearance, this template is pre-formatted, and you will be unable to change fonts or spacing.

Title

Enter title of abstract in lowercase.

Authors

Enter names of authors and affiliations in lower case. Indicate the presenting author with an asterisk thus: "A Amber, B Brown*, C Crimson. Division of Chromatology and Colour Research Centre."

Abstract

Abstracts must be structured as follows.

Introduction. Briefly describe the background and the aims of the study.

Subjects and Methods. Briefly describe the methods employed and, in the case of human research, the subjects studied.

Results. Summarise the results. Tables are welcome but you will not be able to format these directly. Designate your table as follows and the editors will format it for you:

Each row on a new line and columns separated by slashes (/). Please make sure that your data will line up correctly when converted to a table. An example follows:

Day/urea/creatinine
1/5.2/103
3/8.2/177
5/14.6/272

This will appear in the abstract book as:
 

Day

urea

creatinine

1

5.2

103

3

8.2

177

5

14.6

272

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please indicate at the end of your abstract if your research was based on work carried out in the
community as follows:
This research carried out in the community (specify which community), OR,

This research was not a community based project

Submission

Forward your abstract as an e-mail attachment to zam.ndzotyana@uct.ac.za Please enter "Abstract" in the subject field of your message.

Assistance

Please contact Zam Ndzotyana  zam.ndzotyana@uct.ac.za  for any questions regarding the submission of abstracts.