Spotlight Session Poster Presenters are required to produce and upload both a virtual poster (the Spotlight Chair and Discussants will need to have access to your poster approximately one month in advance of the meeting. Please upload your poster by November 7. You will be contacted separately with more detailed instructions by the Spotlight Chair and/or Discussant) and a printed poster. You have the option to record a 2-3-minute audio overview of your poster as an MP3 file.
SPOTLIGHT POSTER PRESENTER INFORMATION
- Clearly print one email address on your poster for attendees to refer to should they have any questions or comments. If you do not wish to print your own email address, please list another email address for an appropriate contact person for your abstract. This must be an author listed on your abstract.
- SABCS is committed to minimizing commercial bias in poster presentations. Poster presentations should not contain any of the following: commercial logos, company names, brand or proprietary drug names. Only cooperative group, hospital, and non-profit company logos are permitted.
- You agree to give your permission to reproduce your presentation unless you notify the SABCS office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If for any reason your presentation must be cancelled or a change in presenter is necessary, notify the symposium office in writing as early as possible (E-mail email@example.com). Any substitute presenter must be a co-author. Be sure to mention your assigned program number, which is located at the top of your notification letter.
- SABCS, as copyright owner, has sole authority to grant permission to reproduce the abstract. However, authors of SABCS abstracts are permitted to use their abstracts in the following ways without requesting permission from the SABCS. All such uses must include appropriate attribution to the Cancer Research supplement issue in which the abstracts are published. Authors may:
- Reproduce the abstract, including tables, in books, reviews, or subsequent research articles they write
- Use the abstract in presentations
- Post a link to the online version of the abstract on their institutional website, if this is required by their institution
- Submit a copy of their article to their university in support of a doctoral thesis.
PRINTED POSTER: The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium has selected Canterbury Media Services, Inc. as the preferred poster printing service for the upcoming 2021 Symposium. This service is the simplest and most convenient way to submit your poster for print.
Please refer to https://www.posterpresentations.com/groups/sabcs/sabcs-research-poster-printing.html.
Posters will be made available to attendees and the interested professional community through the SABCS websites.
QR Codes which link to electronic copies of the poster and additional resources for patients are permitted. QR codes cannot link to copies of the audio/video presentation or abstract text. If you choose to include a QR Code on your poster, you must also include the following disclaimer on both print and electronic versions of the poster: "Copies of this poster obtained through Quick Response (QR) Code are for personal use only and may not be reproduced without permission from SABCS® and the author of this poster." Written authorization is not required. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
VIRTUAL POSTER: The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium has selected CTI Meeting Technology as their preferred virtual poster service for the upcoming 2021 Symposium. This is the same provider used to submit your abstract. To upload your virtual poster and record the optional audio overview, simply log into the abstract submission site using the same log in and password used to submit your abstract.
PRESENTING YOUR SPOTLIGHT POSTER
IN PERSON PRESENTATION
Onsite Spotlight Poster Discussion Presenter Information
Each Spotlight Poster Discussion Session will consist of 2-3 sub-topic groups of posters, with a discussant for each group. Generally, posters will be viewed at the beginning of each session. Then each discussant will speak about the posters in his or her group for about 15 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of questions addressed to the discussant and the poster presenters. Of note, the poster presenters will NOT be showing slides or presenting their own work.
You are required to attend your poster during the viewing portion and participate in the discussion during the assigned spotlight poster discussion session.
All posters shipped directly to SABCS from the poster submission site will be posted by SABCS Staff
All posters shipped to presenters must be posted by the presenter by 7:00 am CST for morning sessions or 5:00 pm CST for evening sessions the day of the assigned session.
- Posters to be presented in the morning need to be taken down by 12:00 noon.
- Posters to be presented in the evening need to be taken down by 6:30 pm.
If you are attending SABCS virtually your printed poster will be posted for the in-person attendees to view during the assigned poster session. All virtual posters will be available for viewing during the assigned poster session. Presenters should login to the virtual site during their assigned presentation and be available to answer questions and discuss the poster virtually.
The Spotlight Chair and Discussants will need to have access to your poster approximately one month in advance of the meeting. Please upload your poster by November 7. You will be contacted separately with more detailed instructions by the Spotlight Chair and/or Discussant
Don't forget to register to attend the meeting. You may register online at www.sabcs.org. The 2021 SABCS offers attendees the unique opportunity to participate in-person in San Antonio, or virtually. For those attending in-person, SABCS is committed to attendees' safety and will adhere to CDC's safety guidelines and protocols; please click here for further information. Onsite registration includes access to the virtual meeting also.
Thank you for your abstract submission, and we look forward to your poster presentation.