- The abstract should be short (400 words max), clear and concise.
- Mathematical symbols and equations can be copied and pasted from a word document into the space provided in the online form. Figures and tables cannot be included.
- We recommend that the abstract is carefully compiled and thoroughly checked, in particular with regard to the list of authors, before submission in order to avoid last minute changes.
- The submission of an abstract carries with it the obligation that it is presented at Research Week by the author.
|Abstract due date:||Midnight, 4 April 2016|
|Abstract due date for Uni Melb Scholarly Selective students||6 June 2016, 12.00 pm|
|Notification of outcome for Poster Only submissions||8 April 2016|
|Notification of outcome for abstracts considered for Oral Presentation||6 May 2016|
|Notification of outcome for abstracts submitted by Uni Melb Scholarly Selective students||8 June 2016|
|Poster display dates||16 to 17 June 2016|
|Poster viewing session||17 June 2016, 11.45 am to 12.45 pm|
The Cleveland Young Investigator Award
The Cleveland Young Investigator prize is awarded to the best platform presentation at Melbourne Health Research Week. It recognises the research achievements of a young investigator undertaking either a Higher Degree or Postgraduate Training. The award commemorates the relationship between the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Cleveland Hospitals during the Second World War, when the Hospital was serviced by the United States Army and the successful candidate is listed on the Cleveland Young Investigators Award Honour Board located on the Ground Floor of the RMH.
Young Investigators are encouraged to apply for this Award and should indicate their intention on the abstract submission form.