Call for abstracts

We extend an invitation for abstracts for oral presentations – in-person or online – at the Why Study Mammographic Density International Conference 2024

(please note: poster presentations unavailable)


The conference is broadly covering the following fields:

Epidemiology and genetics
Measurement and screening
Advanced anlaytics including AI
Public health policy
Community engagement

Time zones

Accepted abstracts will be allocated into conference sessions according to the preferred timezones of the nominated presenter. If you are presenting online, please indicate your time zone in the abstract submission.

Guidelines and dates

Abstracts are to be submitted by those who wish to make a presentation at the conference. Abstracts are due by 15th July 2024. Authors will be notified of results on 12th August 2024.

Submit your abstract by following these guidelines and email to 

More information

Enquiries to 

Conference Organising Committee

Prof John Hopper, University of Melbourne
A/Prof Jennifer Stone, University of Western Australia
A/Prof Kara Britt, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
A/Prof Wendy Ingman, University of Adelaide 
Dr Susan Malta, University of Melbourne
Ms Lynette Walker, University of Melbourne


MyBRISK (My Breast cancer RISK) Centre of Research Excellence, University of Melbourne, in association with INFORMD (INformation FORum on Mammographic Density).


MyBRISK Centre of Research Excellence
School of Population and Global Health
The University of Melbourne
Carlton, Victoria