You are invited to submit abstracts. Abstracts are expected to contain only new and unpublished material, and should only be submitted if the person plans to attend the meeting and present the work.
Abstracts will appear on the web and in the program exactly as submitted, the author is responsible for the content and quality of preparation. i.e., no corrections, additions, revisions or deletions will be made by the conference secretariat. Revisions and corrections may be made by the author online after submission, but only up to March 14, 2019. Please proof your text carefully before submitting.
Abstracts should not exceed 1,800 characters (including spaces). This does not include the title or authors. Authors should be entered individually as directed within the submission system.
Because platform presentation requests exceed platform presentations slots, authors should be prepared to present a poster if their abstract is not selected for a platform presentation. Poster boards can accommodate height 120 cm and width 120 cm size portrait posters.
A confirmation will be emailed to you after a successful submission. Confirmation of abstract receipt will include an abstract control number and the abstract title. If you do not receive a confirmation immediately after you submit, your abstract was not successfully submitted.
1. Five best post-doctoral poster awards (first-level award: 1; second-level award: 1; third-level award: 3) and 16 best graduate student poster awards (first-level award: 2; second-level award: 4; third-level award 10) will be selected by the Poster Award Committee and voted by the all attendees. The two poster prizes sponsored by FEBS Letters, one is to be the first-level best post-doctoral poster award, the other is to be the best graduate student poster award.
2. In addition to selection by the Poster Award Committee, all the registered conference attendees are encouraged to vote. Each attendee is able to vote for 8 different posters, specifically 2 for post-doctoral fellows and 6 for graduate students. Any other votes will be disqualified for the final counts.
3. To encourage the attendees to vote for poster awards, souvenirs will be issued. On June 15 when the poster award-voting is closed, 10 voting attendees will be randomly pick up to win the souvenirs.
4. Postdoc posters’ ID numbers are in red, graduate student posters’ ID numbers are in blue; while the other ID numbers in green are not eligible for poster award competition.
5. Poster presenters must set up their posters in A108-A110 according to the assigned Poster ID number (not submission number) Thursday, June 13, 2019. All posters will stay for three days for viewing until the evening of Saturday, June 15, when all posters will be removed. Poster presenters are required to present their posters at the designated time as indicated below.
Poster Session I, Thursday, June 13, 20:00-22:00 All posters with the ID numbers ending with T (see the list of the posters in the poster session) must be presented at this time.
Poster Session II, Friday, June 14, 20:00-22:00 All posters with the ID numbers ending with F (see the list of the posters in the poster session) must be presented at this time.
Poster Session III, Saturday, June 15, 16:30-18:30 All posters with the ID numbers ending with S (see the list of the posters in the poster session) must be presented at this time.
Peter Currie, Zhiyuan Gong, Caroline Hill, Corinne Houart, Koichi Kawakami, Feng Liu, Cheol-Hee Kim, Didier Stainier, Mahendra Sonawane, Yonghua Sun, Brant Weinstein, Zilong Wen, Steve Wilson, Jing-Wei Xiong, Bo Zhang, Tao Zhong