Research Symposium

July 22 - 23

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The Research Symposium brings together an outstanding community of researchers and clinicians to share unpublished work, participate in conceptual discussions and reflect on the big picture as it relates to Angelman Syndrome, Dup15q Syndrome, and pathways toward effective treatments. It provides the opportunity to educate and inspire our future scientists. In 2024, we are proud to offer collaborative training with Dup15q Alliance, to provide even more opportunities for professionals to receive training and resources based on the 15th chromosome abnormalities. The Angelman Syndrome Foundation + Dup15q Research Symposium fosters a space where diverse opinions and a wide range of expertise can unite.

Registration

This is a closed-door science meeting.

$125.00 In-Person Attendee
$75.00 Virtual Attendee
$0.00 Students

*Registration Required* 

Present a Poster

Opportunity to share your research findings and engage with fellow researchers, clinicians, and advocates in the AS and Dup15q communities.

Poster submission window closes June 1, 2024

Notification sent by June 15, 2024

  • Posters should be a maximum size of 4ft X 4ft. Please ensure that your poster is printed and ready to be displayed during the event.
  • Suggestions for Formatting Your Poster:
    • Place heading in large-sized type at the top of the poster
    • List the title and all authors
    • All material should be readable from distances of three feet or more
    • You are strongly encouraged to use a type that is at least 3/8’’ high (22 pt. minimum)
    • Use bold type to ensure legibility
    • Make all print very dark (preferably block style) on a very light (preferably white) background
    • Use letters, arrows, numbers, or other devices to show those who will be viewing your poster the preferred sequence in which your poster should be reviewed
    • Charts, drawings, and illustrations should be similar to those you would use in making PowerPoint slides
    • If photographs are used, have them processed with a matte or dull finish
    • The poster can either be made on one sheet (roll-up) or in several small sections. Do NOT mount illustrations on heavy cardboard because they may be difficult to keep in position on the poster board
    • Write your presentation concisely, and keep captions brief
    • The poster should be self-explanatory so that you are free to supplement the information and discuss particular points raised by questions during the poster session.
  • Speakers at this meeting are expected to present their most current work.
  • While this event is for an exclusive audience, there may be some attending remotely.
  • Abstracts should be submitted in a PDF or Word document.
  • Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words.
    • Title: Calibri, 12-point font size, bold.
    • Names: Calibri, 11-point font size.
    • Underline the presenting author.
    • Addresses: Calibri 11-point font (no bold)
    • Abstract content: Text only Calibri, 11-point font size. (No bold) Single space

Questions? Email research@angelman.org