Individuals can re-use Experimental Biology abstracts and presented posters.
All research using humans or animals must have an approved IRB or IACUC.
Each abstract should contain:
- Clear hypothesis or objective
- Brief background to support rationale for hypothesis
- Methods and materials section
- Summary of results with sufficient detail and statistics to support conclusion,
- Statement of the conclusion(s)
- Source(s) of funding
- Use Times New Roman, size 10 (for the uploaded file)
- Enter the title of your abstract in Title Case (i.e. cap the first letter of each word, except prepositions). Do not put a period at the end of the abstract title.
- DO NOT enter the title or authors again in the body of the abstract. The title, author and co-authors will automatically be included in the final abstract.
- There is a 400 word limit for the body of the abstract. Word Limit does not apply to title, authors, and institutions. A red word count warning shows when exceeding 400 words.
- Capitalize initial letters of trade names.
- Use standard abbreviations for units of measure.
- Other abbreviations should be spelled out in full at first mention, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses. Exceptions: DNA, RNA, etc.
- Include the source of research support at the end of the abstract.
- Cut and paste your abstract from a Word doc or text file into the Abstract Body area of the form.
- Upload your full abstract file (doc or docx) . If your abstract contains tables, graphics or figures, place after abstract in doc or docx file. All abstracts must be submitted between April 1, 2019 and May 3, 2019 (11:59pm). Abstracts submitted after the deadline by default will be programmed as a poster.
All abstract submissions must also register for conference.
Individuals will receive a confirmation email that the abstract was submitted.
Problems or questions can be sent to email@example.com