ISFRI 2020 Call for Abstracts

Abstract Submission Deadline: 

For best consideration, please submit your abstract by Thursday, December 12, 2019.  Submitted abstracts are currently under review.   Priority for oral presentation slots will be given to accepted abstracts submitted by December 12. 


Abstract submission is still open for Poster Presentations only.

Decision Notification: 

Notification letters will be emailed no later than January 13, 2020.


Please review all instructions below before completing the Online Abstract Submission. Online Abstract Submission does not have a "Save and Return" function. 


The Online Submission form will ask for the following information:  Presenting Author Name & Credentials, Presenter Email, Institution, City, State/Province, Country, Alternate Contact (name of a co-author or assistant), Alternate Contact Email, list of names of all Contributing Authors,  Preferred Presentation Type (Oral, Poster, or Either), Abstract Title, and 3-5 Keywords.  Additionally you will be asked to upload the Abstract document (and a letter of support, if you are a trainee entering your abstract for the ISFRI Prize).


The abstract document should be submitted in a format ready for publication (MSWord, .rtf, or .pdf)  Please check carefully and avoid any typographical and grammatical errors.

ABSTRACT FORMAT:  Submitted abstract document must include the following elements (max. 250 words) :

  • Introduction/purpose

  • Materials and Methods

  • Results

  • Discussion and Conclusion



  • Purpose clearly stated

  • Concise description of materials and methods, especially case recruitment and analysis

  • Concise description of results with numbers and statistics

  • Statistics should be appropriate

  • Coherence between stated purpose, materials and methods, results and conclusion

  • Do not include references, acknowledgements, graphics, tables or figures in your abstract body

  • Text should be submitted using standard Latin characters only

  • Please check carefully and avoid typographical and grammatical errors


  • Oral presentations will be allotted a total of 10 minutes.  8 minutes + 2 minutes Q&A

  • Posters should be printed in A0 format (84 x 119 cm or 46.8 x 33.1 inches) or smaller, and in portrait layout.  The organizers will provide materials necessary for displaying your poster. 


Residents, fellows, students, and other trainees are eligible to submit an abstract of original scientific research in forensic imaging to the Congress scientific committee.  The annual award includes complimentary registration to the Congress and a 1000 Euro prize.  The award winner will give an oral presentation at the Congress and submit their paper for publication in the Journal of Forensic Radiology and Imaging. A letter of support from your supervisor, confirming your status as a trainee, is required to be submitted with your abstract.  More details available at: ISFRI PRIZE



The submission of an abstract indicates an understanding of the following rules for participation in ISFRI2020:

  • All author(s) approve submitting this work for presentation.

  • The author(s) transfer(s) all copyright ownership of the named abstract to ISFRI2020.

  • The presenting author will register for ISFRI2020 and be available to present the abstract if selected for the program. The presenting author will immediately notify the ISFRI2020 Conference Organizer by email ( if they are unable to present an abstract or if the presenting author changes.

  • The organizers reserve the right to remove a presentation from the program.

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