Call for abstracts

The Organising Committee for the Accelerating Cancer Drug Discovery through Structural Biology 3rd Open Scientific Meeting is pleased to invite authors to submit abstracts for oral and/or poster presentations to be delivered at the end on 16th March 2020.

Abstract authors must be researchers or postgraduate researchers; in order to submit an abstract, you must register to attend the event here.

Download an abstract form here.

The deadline for abstract submission is midnight 28th February 2020. These are to be emailed to CLSRSO@le.ac.uk. Once you have submitted your abstract you will receive a confirmation email within one week.

Abstract guidance:

All abstracts will be reviewed by members of the Organising Committee and assigned to the appropriate session for an oral or poster presentation.

Preparing and Formatting an Abstract:

• Abstracts can only be submitted online using the Abstract form for oral and/or poster presentations available above.

• Abstracts must be submitted in English

• No references, tables or graphics should be included in the abstract

• When using abbreviations within the body of the abstract, please spell out the name in full at first mention and follow with the abbreviation in parenthesis.

• It is the responsibility of the author to ensure abstract text does not contain any typos or grammatical errors.

• No changes can be made after the abstract deadline has passed.

Oral presentations:

These are expected to last 10 minutes with 5 minutes Q and A; one presenter per abstract submitted

Poster presentations:

Posters will be accessible on one platform: (1) on display at the event on poster boards

As this is an interactive event, it is expected that the author of the submitted poster will register and attend the event to be available to discuss the research with fellow delegates during scheduled timeslots.

Each poster will be presented on one side of a large poster board. The maximum dimensions for your poster are portrait A1. Your poster does not have to be the maximum size, but should be large enough to be read from a comfortable distance (at least 1.5 m away).

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