The 50th Union World Conference on Lung Health is pleased to announce the Union student late-breaker session focusing on lung health. This session is sponsored by the Research Institute of Tuberculosis of the Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association.
Find details about the session in the online programme.
All aspects of lung health are welcomed for presentation during the late-breaker session, from basic science in immunology and vaccines, to operational research in TB, COPD, pneumonia, and other lung health issues in adults and children. Individuals submitting a session must be currently enrolled as a student in a university programme at undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral level either full- or part-time.
Late-breaker abstract submissions are now closed.
Submissions are welcome under the following tracks:
In keeping with the spirit of a late-breaker session, we ask that only abstracts describing new and significant findings of interest be submitted. The abstract should be restricted to 300 words and should include background, methods, results, and conclusions. One table or one figure may be included with the abstract.
Abstracts must include specific results. Abstracts that do not contain specific results, or that were previously submitted to this conference will be not be considered. All submitted abstracts will be scored by multiple peer reviewers, and the highest scoring abstracts will be selected for presentation. Persons submitting abstracts will be notified of acceptance or rejection of their abstract by 27 August. Decisions of the abstract review committee are final and cannot be appealed.
Please note: authors submitting abstracts for this late-breaker session must be students. They will be required to provide a proof of their student status by uploading a file containing an enrolment certificate and a student identification card confirming their status during the submission process. Abstracts submitted without these supporting documents will not be considered for review.
A small number of travel grants are available for presenters of accepted abstracts who require funding to attend the conference. If you intend to request support, an indication of your desire and rationale for consideration for a travel grant must be submitted online together with the abstract. The reviewing committee will be blinded to the request for travel funds.