Abstract submission

The Annual Research and Award of the Division of Respirology 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 late May.

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.

Dmitry Rozenberg and Gaspard Montandon

Respirology Research Day co-Chairs

To submit an abstract, please click on “Submit an abstract”

Abstract formatting guidelines:
– Format your abstract according to the example.
– Names must have the following format “First name1 Last name1; First name2 Last name2; etc”

– Do not use an initial for your first name.
– Abstract cannot be edited or modified once submitted

– Body: 300 words.


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

   scientific questions.

– 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.

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