Short Presentations

 

Deadline to submit an application for a short presentation is August 21, 2020.

Virtual Poster Presentations

ADDF invites young investigators (including graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and early-stage faculty) to submit their work related to drug development for dementia, for the Virtual Poster Presentations. If selected, applicants will be asked to submit a 5-minute recording that will be included in the virtual conference program. Once posted, this recording will be open for questions from the audience for a period of two weeks; responses will then be solicited from presenters and posted alongside the recording and slides. This is a great opportunity to present your research to the scientific community.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

The applicants must be graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, or early-stage faculty. Physician-scientists are eligible to apply. The program has no geographic restrictions. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

The applicant is required to submit an abstract of his/her research through the online form available below.

If selected:

– the accepted abstract will be published on the website;

– the applicant is required to record the corresponding work prior to the event (more specific instructions will be provided once accepted);

– the applicant is required to respond to the questions submitted by the audience in writing (answers will then be posted alongside the questions at the conclusion of the two-week Q&A timeframe).

Start-up Forum

ADDF invites start-up companies working on drug development for dementia to be considered for a short presentation during our Start-up Forum. The conference audience typically includes fellow entrepreneurs, VCs, and researchers in the space. Those selected for the event will each create a 5 minute pre-recorded, non-confidential pitch presentation to share their company. Once posted, this recording will be open for questions from the audience for a period of two weeks; responses will then be solicited from presenters and posted alongside the recording and slides.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Early to mid-stage biotech start-up companies. The program has no geographic restrictions. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

The applicant is required to submit the online form listed below.

If selected for presentation:

– the accepted organization name, executive summary and the name of the presenter will be published on the website;

– the applicant is required to record the pitch presentation prior to the event (more specific instructions will be provided once accepted);

– the applicant is required to respond to the questions submitted by the audience in writing (answers will then be posted alongside the questions at the conclusion of the two-week Q&A timeframe).

APPLICATIONS

Virtual Poster Presentation

Start-up Forum Presentation

 

Review the 2018-2015 Young Investigator postercasts at our Postercasts page.