Poster and Short Lecture / Oral Presentations
The Medicinal and Bioorganic Chemistry Foundation warmly welcomes registered attendees at the 14th Winter Conference to present a poster on Thursday January 31th. Poster presenters are also invited to submit abstracts of possible short talks to be given on Wednesday afternoon. The time availability on these two open sessions is however limited. Accepted short talks can be either given to supplement posters or to be given instead of a poster.
The deadline for submission of poster abstracts is end of December 2018. The deadline for submission of abstracts for consideration for the short lecture / oral presentations is end of September 2018 - although this will depend on popularity and availability and may be subject to change.
Follow the instructions below to Submit an abstract.
When you register, you will be asked if you intend to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation. You will also be able to upload your abstract in a suitable forrmat (PDF, Word, PPT or similar). Please refer to our submissions guide, to show how we would like these to be presented, thank you.
Presenters can also submit their abstract, by email attachment to Claire Francis on or before the specified date on the form. Please note that faxed abstract submissions cannot be accepted.
Both the poster and oral sessions are filled out closer to the start of the conference. Registrants can request slots but it is up to the respective chairman to accept or reject such requests. There are a limited numbers of oral slots.Poster Abstract Submission Oral Abstract Submission
Preparation of abstracts
- Remember that the abstract submission deadline will be found on the forthcoming Event information page.
- Abstracts will appear in the Winter Conference Web Program Book.
- Prepare abstracts using either Microsoft Word or similar applications - ideally submit as PDF format.
- Abstracts may be up to two full pages in length, including figures, schemes, and tables.
- Use 1 inch (2.54 cm) margins on BOTH left and right sides.
- Use 12 point Helvetica or Times New Roman font.
- Use single spaced text.
Title should appear first, in all capital letters, followed by authors’ names and addresses. Place an asterisk immediately after the presenting author’s name. Example is shown below:
TITLE OF YOUR PRESENTATION. Smith, J.D.*, Jones, A.V., and Wang, C.H. Name of your company or institution, address of your company or institution, email address of corresponding author.