The Organizing Committee considers the withdrawal of an abstract after it has been accepted and advertised as highly nonprofessional (except in special circumstances).

Please try to secure travel funding and approvals before submitting an abstract.

15 FEBRUARY 2011
1 March 2011


Abstracts are reproduced in the Book of Abstracts, and will also be published on the Denver X-ray Conference website, with links to, or duplicate copies on other affiliated websites (e.g., ICDD).

Abstracts must be prepared according to the following guidelines:
• The abstract must include the title, author(s), affiliations(s) and text.
• File format: Abstract should be submitted as either a Word 2000–Word 2010 document or as a PDF fi le (Portable Document File).
• Size: The abstract should not exceed one page in length (8.5” x 11” page size); with a one inch margin all around. This includes any figures or graphs (please keep to a minimum).
• Font: Times or Times New Roman, 10 point.
• Title: Bold, Center, Uppercase (excluding subscripts, superscripts, elements and compound abbreviations).
• Author(s) and Affiliation(s): Center directly under Title. Leave one blank line after the author(s) and affiliation(s) before beginning text of abstract.
• Text: Paragraphs should be flush left (do not indent); single spaced; leave one blank line between paragraphs, space permitting.
• Characters, tables, formulae, figures, symbols, graphics: All must be embedded into your text. Please keep to a minimum, and limit the fonts to those that are available with the standard distribution of Microsoft® Word. Nonstandard fonts will lead to errors in transmission.

SUBMIT ABSTRACTS HERE - follow the instructions for online abstract submission. Abstracts may only be received through the online submission process.

You will be required to fill out a general information form, and then given a choice to either upload your abstract directly from your computer as a PDF file or e-mail your abstract as an attachment created in Word 2000–Word 2010.

The information you upload on the general information form is not considered a part of your abstract. You must still include the title and author information in the actual abstract file.

When submitting your abstract online, you should receive two automated e-mail confirmations— one message confirming that your general information was received, and a second confirming that your abstract file was received.

If you choose to e-mail your abstract as a Microsoft® Word document, then confirmation of your abstract may take up to one week.

If you do not receive confirmation within one week of your submittal, please contact Denise Flaherty: 610-325-9814.