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PCRS 2012 ANNUAL MEETING SYLLABUS

  • Plenary Session II (Continued)

  • Plenary Session III (Continued)

  • Innovate or Die!

  • Round Table Session

  • Plenary Session V

Innovate or Die!

 

Innovate or Die!


Plenary Session V

 

            Recurrent Pregnance Loss

Ruth B. Lathi, MD

ART for Queer and Trans Families

Gail Knudsen, MD

          Oral 7     Oral 8      Oral 9

Ovarian Physiology

Roger Pierson, PhD



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Information Pages -- PCRS Syllabus 2012

 

Wednesday, April 18 -- PCRS 2012 Syllabus Wednesday Sessions

 

Thursday, April 19 -- PCRS 2012 Syllabus Thursday Sessions

 

Friday, April 20 -- PCRS 2012 Syllabus Friday Sessions

 

Saturday, April 21 -- PCRS 2012 Syllabus Saturday Sessions

 

Plenary Session I -- Mini Symposium

 

Ovary Freezing and Transplantation for Cancer Patients 

Sherman J. Silber, MD

Oocyte Cryopreservation: Current Application in the US

Nicole Noyes, MD

Vitrification and Trophectoderm Biopsy: State of the ART from a Laboratory Perspective 

Joe Conaghan PhD

 

Abstract Design and Format Instructions

Thank you to all who submitted for PCRS 2014. We anticipate accepting submissions for our 2015 meeting beginning in Summer 2014. See you in March!  

An Invitation to Participate

The Pacific Coast Reproductive Society invites you to participate in the 62nd Annual Meeting CME Program through the submission of abstracts of original scientific research.

When & Where to Submit Your Abstract

Abstracts must be submitted electronically through the online submission process. ONCE YOU HAVE READ ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS YOU MAY SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT (link located at bottom of this page). REMEMBER, ABSTRACTS NOT MEETING ALL OF THE GUIDELINES WILL BE RETURNED.  

Deadline

Abstract Deadline: 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time – October 31, 2013 NO EXCEPTIONS!

How to Submit Your Abstract

When submitting your abstract you will be asked to upload two copies:

1. Copy number one must include authors’ names and institutions. This copy must be a Word document. Sample

2. Copy number two must be a blind copy with authors’ names and institutional identifiers deleted. This copy must be in PDF format.   Sample

* All abstracts submitted must contain original work NOT published previously NOR presented at a meeting of a national or international scientific organization prior to the PCRS 2014 Annual Meeting, March 19 - 23.

* Abstracts submitted on paper will NOT be accepted.

* Faxed abstracts will NOT be accepted.

* E-mailed abstracts will NOT be accepted unless specifically requested by PCRS.

* The body of your abstract should be 400 words or less. The 400-word count does not include authors, insitutions, references, etc.

PRESENTATION

* First authors must register and attend the PCRS meeting to present their work. 

* Poster presenters must be present at their posters during the Poster Session.

What Should My Abstract Contain?

Please download and review carefully our Call for Abstracts brochure (click here), which includes suggested topic areas and complete instructions.

Good Things to Know

  • Once your abstract has been submitted successfully you receive an on screen confirmation.  You can print the page and save it to your files.
  • Notification of acceptance or rejection of all abstracts will be by email message beginning December 1, 2013. If you have any questions regarding abstract submission, please submit via email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
  • Notification of acceptance or rejection will be emailed to the presenting author only beginning November 2013.
  • If you DO NOT receive notification of the status of your abstract(s) by December 15, 2013, please call the PCRS office at 541-549-1607.
  • All decisions made by the PCRS Abstract Review Committee are final.
  • All presentations must be made in English.

Withdrawal: The last date to withdraw an abstract accepted for presentation, without penalty, is November 15, 2013.

Penalty: Authors whose abstracts are accepted for oral or poster presentation who fail to present their work, fail to have it presented by a co-author, or withdraw the abstract after November 15, 2013, will be ineligible to have abstracts considered for presentation at the PCRS Annual Meeting for the following two years. Exceptions will be considered if the PCRS is promptly notified for extreme, unforeseen circumstances.

Submission of an abstract for consideration for presentation implies that the presenting author intends to register for and attend the meeting to present her/his work.

 

 

Meetings & Events

 An Invitation to Participate ~ PCRS 2014

Online Registration for our 62nd Annual Meeting, "Sparking New Thought in Reproductive Medicine," is now closed! Registration can be processed on site. Please click here for more information.

 



Are you a reproductive health professional in training? Apply here for a PCRS scholarship!



What PCRS Offers You That Others Can’t:

  • The highest quality CME designed and presented by top names and thought leaders in our field, where you have casual, collegial access to faculty and speakers.
  • Participation in interactive sessions with topics covering a full range of reproductive health issues.
  • An extremely relaxed and intimate experience where you can build relationships, make business contacts, and find a sense of community.
  • The opportunity to present your original scientific research in “user friendly” scientific sessions.
  • Assurance your limited time for learning and relaxation is truly valued.
  • Enjoyment making new friends while participating in a collegial yet intense CME experience
 
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