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20th ANNUAL GREAT PLAINS INFECTIOUS DISEASE MEETING

November 11-12, 2022

GPID RETURNS TO MIZZOU!

The 20th Annual Great Plains Infectious Disease Conference (GPID 2022) will return to the University of Missouri on November 11th - 12th, 2022.

As in prior years, we will have a Friday afternoon session followed by a welcome reception, dinner and speaker or panel at the Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia. Saturday will be an all-day event on campus at the MU Veterinary Medicine Building (map).

As always, our industry and academic partners provided outstanding financial support last year and we cannot thank them enough! Not only does this support allow us to have a wonderful meeting, but also provides free registration for all who attend. We will be contacting our partners soon to see how wonderful we can make GPID 2022!

We look forward to seeing you at Mizzou!

Register today

Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia

1225 Fellow’s PI Blvd
Columbia, MO 65203
(Location)
(573) 445-8531

  • Hampton Inn & Suites has made special arrangements and reserved a block of rooms for our GPID guests.

  • Discounted room rates are available through October 21, 2022

  • Reservations made after October 21, 2022 will be charged at the standard rates as available.

Reserve your room today!

If you prefer to make reservations by phone, call Hampton Inn & Suites at (573) 818-6202. Be certain to reference the 20th Annual Great Plains Infectious Disease, GPID or the University of Missouri.

Hotel details

  • Check-in: 4:00 pm

  • Check-out: 11:00 am

  • Internet: Available with room

  • Parking: Free (self-parking), no valet, parking lot

  • Cancellations: Guests must provide Hampton Inn 48 hours’ notice of cancellation in order to avoid incurring a penalty fee of one (1) night’s stay including tax.

 

Abstract formatting requirements

The abstract submission deadline is Tuesday, November 1st, 2022.

Use Times New Roman, size 12 font for all sections.

Upload abstracts as a Word document or PDF file.

Title

  • Use a short and concise title that indicates the content of the abstract

  • Bold the Title

  • Capitalize the first letter of each word except prepositions, articles, and species names

  • Do not place a period at the end of your title

  • Do not place hard returns in your title

  • Italicize scientific names of organisms

Example: Real Time PCR Assay for G. destructans Identification in Fungal Cultures and in Bat Tissues

Authors

  • List authors using first name, middle initial(s) if applicable, and last name

  • Bold type the presenting author’s name

Example: Ryan A. Jones1, John B. Smith2, Deborah Brown1

Affiliations

  • Reference each institution and author with superscript numbers: include the department, institution, institution's city, two-letter state abbreviation, and country

  • Italicize affiliation(s)

Example: 1Department of Veterinary Pathobiology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA; 2Department of Microbiology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, USA

Abstract text

  • Only use hard returns for new paragraphs

  • Italicize scientific names of organisms

Example: In this example of the abstract text guidelines, as defined above, do not use a hard return at the end of a text line unless it is to begin a new paragraph. 
In addition, be certain to italicize the scientific name of organisms identified in your abstract, like G. destructans.

Submit an abstract