The Respirology Research and Award Day will take place will take place Wednesday October 12, 2022 at the Munk School for Global Affair (on UofT campus) from 9am to 5pm.
This event is great to meet colleagues and share research with your peers.
It is open to all trainees interested in respirology research from Toronto.
EXTENDED – The deadline for abstract submission is September 25, 2022.
I am looking forward to read your abstract.
Dear all, We have received over 50 abstracts for the Respirology Research Day! We are looking for judges to evaluate abstracts, posters and oral presentations for the Respirology Research Forum. 1) Abstract evaluations. We need judges to evaluate abstracts between June 10 and 15. A number of abstracts will be selected for oral presentations. 2) […]
Dear all, The deadline for abstract submission for the Respirology Research Forum has been extended to June 10th (4pm). The Respirology Research Forum is a great opportunity for your trainees to present their research and to be awarded for their research. We are looking forward to receive your submissions. Please the following website: www.respirologyresearch.com or […]
An alternative to access the Respirology Research Forum : www.respirologyresearch.com
The Respirology Research Forum is an excellent opportunity for faculty, fellows, residents and students to highlight their research. Basic science, knowledge translation and clinical research submissions from students and investigators in Adult and Paediatric Respirology, Sleep Research, Thoracic Surgery, Anaesthesia, Critical Care Medicine, and Biomedical Engineering are all welcome!
Abstracts submitted to other conferences can be used and submitted to the Respirology Research Forum.
You will be notified whether your abstract has been accepted for an oral or poster presentation in early October 2022.
Abstracts not selected as oral presentations will be presented as posters.
We will be seeking a balance between the various disciplines of basic vs. clinical research/knowledge translation.
Monetary prizes will be awarded for the best basic and clinical/knowledge translation research presentations and posters. To be eligible for awards the presenter must be a research/clinical trainee, students or Junior staff (less than 3 years on faculty).
We look forward to receiving your abstracts and seeing your research on the Respirology Research Forum.
Gaspard Montandon, PhD
Respirology Research Day Chair
Title of Abstract: Your abstract must have the following structure! It will greatly help us creating the program.
Authors: Gaspard Montandon (1, 2)
Affiliations: 1. Department of Medicine, University of Toronto. 2. St-Michael Hospital, University of Toronto.
– Introduction & Objectives: Description of the topic, what is known and unknown in the field, and state the objectives and the
– Methods: This section describes the approaches used to test the main objectives.
– Results: Data should be described and statistical tests can be reported.
– Conclusion: Interpretation of results and conclusions.
Supported by: Division of Respirology, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto.