The Partnership for Clean Competition’s Virtual Poster Contest has several dozen entries, but the PCC is still looking for more researchers to submit.
We included a breakdown of where entries are categorized so far, in case it helps you decide where your research would best belong.
Six winners of the poster session, one from each category, will receive $250 and free registration to the #PCC2022 conference.
Each presenter will submit a video, using a short slideshow as their “poster.” Entries should follow the guidelines below.
- Talks should not be longer than 7 minutes
- Each slideshow should not have more than 5 slides, not counting a title slide which may also be included
- Entrants must have their abstract pre-approved by submitting at the link below
- Videos must be submitted by May 2nd (extended from April 28th), 2021 in either .mov or .mp4 format
- Entries must be for one of six categories
- New/improved test methods to detect and deter the use of banned and illegal substances
- Recent developments in passport testing strategies
- Metabolism and pharmacokinetics of doping agents
- Alternative specimens, (ex. oral fluid, dried blood/plasma spots) for testing
- Social science projects focusing on elite athletes in Olympic, Paralympic, or professional sports
- Pilot study projects – preliminary data potentially opening new avenues in anti-doping
If you’d like to read more about the poster session, you can do that here.
If you’d like to submit a poster, you can start by turning in an abstract here.
We’ll show the presentations of each winner on May 19th at 9am EST as part of a webinar-style event. If you’d like to attend that event, you can register here.