Abstract Submission Guidelines
Submission Opens: April 10th
Submit online to: http://www.diabetestechnology.org/dtm/abstract-submission-form.shtml
Deadline for submission: July 7th
Acceptance Notification: Late August
Abstract Topic Areas:
Researchers are encouraged to submit an Abstract of their work on diabetes
technology, including but not limited to any of the major topics of the meeting:
- Blood glucose monitoring
- Continuous glucose monitoring
- Insulin and metabolic peptide delivery
- Artificial pancreas
- Bioartificial pancreas
- Mobile applications (apps)
- Artificial intelligence
- Wireless management
- Bolus dose calculators
- Hypoglycemia detection
- Novel insulins
- Novel glucagons
- Software for modeling
- Physiological monitoring/wearable devices
- Sensor–tissue interface
- Diagnostic tests of glycation
- Insulin pump and pen therapy
- Social media
- Using technology to improve adherence to therapy
- Tests for complications
- Technology for managing obesity
• Material must not have been presented or published previously.
• The subject area selected will be varied so that a balanced program can be produced.
• All applications must be submitted using this online submission process.
Abstract Format and Required Information
Please use the sample abstract available here when preparing your submission.
Each abstract should be no more than 275 words, and should fit on a single 8.5x11 page when formatted as specified in the sample abstract. The title and author listing does not count as part of the word total. The abstract must be organized into four distinct paragraphs:
Please capitalize the first letter of all key words in your title. Do not include supplemental pages, photographs, tables, or references. The abstract should be suitably written for publication in the official program. Since the abstract is frequently the only link between the Program Advisory Committee and the author, care in its preparation is essential.
We strongly suggest you format and save your abstract in an offline word processing program before pasting it into the online submission form. Please use only the Times New Roman font.
Corresponding Author and Co-Authors
You may identify up to ten authors for this application. In all cases, the first author listed is considered the corresponding author. All correspondence from Diabetes Technology Society regarding this submission will be directed to the corresponding Author. The lead author MUST fill in the FULL name, email address, and contact information for each author. All academic degrees must be included for every author. If an author holds NO degree, please specify NONE. Author and co-author names and academic degrees will be published in the official program.
NOTE: All fields are required for additional authors. Please do not use first author's email address for additional authors.
Before you submit your Abstract
We require you to have the following information prepared before you begin the abstract application process:
- Complete names, including ALL academic degrees, for each author. If none, specify NONE.
- Email addresses for all authors.
- Permanent mailing addresses for all authors.
- A spell-checked abstract that conforms to the sample available here.
You will receive confirmation via e-mail when your submission is received, but this is not confirmation that your presentation has been accepted. A unique tracking number will be provided for all submissions. Please use this number in all correspondence regarding your application. NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION WITHIN 72 HOURS OF SUBMISSION, YOUR APPLICATION MAY NOT HAVE BEEN TRANSMITTED CORRECTLY.
Selection for Oral Presentation
All submitted abstracts will be considered for poster presentation. The corresponding author may choose to have their abstract considered for oral presentation. The Planning Committee will review the abstracts and contact the authors whose work they want to incorporate into the overall meeting program.
Selection for Student Research Prize
All abstracts first-authored by a student are eligible to compete for the Peterson Student Research Award. Three prizes will be awarded to the top three abstracts first-authored by a student. In addition to cash, the first student author of the top three abstracts will also receive free travel, lodging, and registration to the meeting. The Gold prize winner will also be invited to give an oral presentation during the meeting. Peterson Student Research Award cash prizes are: Gold $1000 / Silver $500 / Bronze $300
Publication in PubMed-indexed peer-reviewed scientific e-journal
Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the March 2017 issue.
Click here to submit your abstract on the abstract submission form