FIRMST: Spark is a new branch in FIRMST ecosystem dedicated to methodology of biomedical research and aimed to expand knowledge and skills of participants. During 2 days of Spark you will learn various subjects: from Statistics to COVID-19 Impact on science from best lectors around the globe. You also could attend Student Sessions and listen to exemplary Presentations or present your own.
One of the diamonds of Spark is Aquarium Session where you could either participate in discussion with experts on given subject or remain in audience according to your comfort zone.
In the end of Spark you will hear 3 Presentations from Winners of Abstracts Contest and attend Panel Discussion dedicated to Milestones in Research Methodology.
Hope to see you soon on-line!
And from the Spark there was the Fire!
ABSTRACT GUIDELINES for FIRMST: SPARK
The superior aim of any abstract is to describe your scientific work in a clear, concise, and correct way. Please, apply your skills of proper academic writing while submitting an abstract and do not exceed the word limit.
Great news for you! Here, at the FIRMST: Spark, you are welcome to present you scientific work of ANY type and topic, in the sphere of Biomedical Sciences.
We require abstracts to be written in ENGLISH. The word limit is 350 words (not including the heading, author information, and references). Note that the design of the “Materials and methods” section varies depending on the type of the research done.
A good abstract should provide answers to four conceptual questions:
➔ What was the subject of your research?
➔ Why was the investigation performed?
➔ What results were thereby obtained?
➔ Why are these findings useful and/or important?
The purpose of FIRMST is to generate novel approaches to challenging issues, so no plagiarism is accepted.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS OPEN TILL DECEMBER 1ST, 2020, 23:59 (MOSCOW TIME)