How to write a winning abstract?

How to write a winning abstract?

How to write a winning abstract?

Educational workshop to uncover hidden secrets with the Annual Conference Programme Committee

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Event date: June 6, 2023

Event time: 15:00 - 16:00 CET

Location: Online via Zoom to be accessed via the EARMA website

Title: How to write a winning abstract? 

When it comes to writing a winning abstract, there are a few key things to keep in mind. Firstly, it's important to understand the purpose of an abstract. Essentially, an abstract is a summary of an article, paper or presentation that allows readers to quickly understand the key points without reading the entire piece. As such, it's important to ensure that the abstract is well-written and provides enough information to give readers a good understanding of the content.

We invite everyone to join our interactive workshop, where, together with our Annual Conference Program Committee, we will discuss the key factors that can help make your next abstract stand out! You will also have the opportunity to meet our new ACPC members and learn about their activities and plans for the upcoming year.


Speaker Bio:


Pieter de Koning

Head of Grants Office and advisor EU research grants at Leiden University Medical Center (The Netherlands).

I have a biomedical background and 14 years of experience in research support/management (at three organizations, in two countries). Main expertise in EU research funding programmes (pre-award) and European university networks.

Served as a member of the ARMA-NL meeting committee for four years, whereafter I switched to become a member of the EARMA Annual Conference Programme Committee in 2022.


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Ragnar Lie

Ragnar Lie holds a Master’s degree in political science from 1986 and has been a research leader and manager since 1989.

Ragnar Lie is Senior Advisor at Universities Norway, the Norwegian “rectors conference”, working with topics like research policies, open science, research support, career policies and leadership development. He has worked in the higher educational sector for more than 30 years; first at The Research Council of Norway, then at University of Oslo, (both at center,- faculty, and central level), and, since 2011, at Universities Norway. He holds a degree in Political Science from Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen.

He was awarded iNorms “Excellence in Research Management Leadership 2021”

• Member of EARMA Annual Conference Programme Committee June 2019 - Present

• Chaired the EARMA Professional Development and Recognition Committee (PD&RC), rom 2016 to 2020, followed by member of the new EARMA Professional Development and Recognition Committee June 2020 – June 2021

• Substitute Member of the EARMA Board 2020-21


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Kristel Toom

Kristel is the director of Research and Development in TalTech Estonian Maritime Academy and has worked in the field of research management and administration for over 20 years. She is a member of EARMA from 2009, one initiator of the professional development group and a member of ACPC. Kristel was the main organiser of EARMA conference in Tallinn 2014 and has been involved in organising six more EARMA conferences.



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