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Alcohol Research UK: Call for Proposals for 2016 Postgraduate and Early Career Symposium

Alcohol Research UK will be holding their second Postgraduate and Early Career Research symposium on March 15th 2016 at the The Rep, Birmingham.

There is currently a call for abstracts for oral or poster presentations from postgraduate, PhD or post-doctoral researchers. Proposals exploring alcohol issues from all disciplinary backgrounds and from a variety of theoretical/methodological perspectives are welcomed.

Oral presentations will be 15 minutes, with the option of including a poster. Unsuccessful proposals for oral papers will be offered the opportunity to submit a poster instead. Posters will be displayed during both the Early Career Symposium and the main Alcohol Research UK conference the following day.

Interested parties should send an abstract of no more than 300 words along with a title, your full contact details and institutional affiliation to by 2nd December 2015. Decisions on proposals will be announced in January 2016.

The symposium is a great opportunity to present your work, network with other researchers and find out what research is being carried out in the field. There is also a £100 prize for the best presentation!



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