Individual Abstracts

Individual Abstract Submissions


Individual abstracts offer the opportunity for attendees to present their research to other Pathways attendees. Presentations will be 15 minutes in total, with 12 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for questions.

Submission Guidelines

Full abstract submission instructions are available on the Ex Ordo submission site (you will be required to set up an account before submitting an abstract). These instructions will walk you through the submission process.

Please follow the instructions carefully and include all requested information. All submissions must be in English. Please be aware, that participants will not be allowed more than one oral presentation but may be listed as a co-author of several abstracts.

If you have trouble submitting your abstract via the website, please e-mail us at and we will work with you.

Submission Acceptance

If your abstract is selected, you will be notified with an acceptance email no later than March 31, 2025. Those who are selected to present will be required to submit their PowerPoint files no later than September 5, 2025.


All presenters must register and pay for the conference no later than April 22, 2025Presentation slots are limited and cancellations prohibit others from presenting their findings, so please be considerate.


Those who are selected to present will be required to submit their PowerPoint files to Ex Ordo no later than September 5, 2025. We recommend uploading early. You will be able to make revisions to your presentation by logging into your online account up until midnight Mountain Standard Time on the 5th.

The conference language is English so all the abstracts and presentations must be in English. Each presenter will be allotted 15 minutes (12 minutes to present and 3 minutes for questions). Some sessions may have additional discussion time available. If you are in an organized session and the session lead has given you different instructions, then please follow those instead.

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