Molecular Pathology Conference
Wednesday 23 October 2013
This meeting will provide an update on the progress in molecular pathology across a wide range of areas of relevance to all members of the College, whatever their specialty.For the first time, it also provides an opportunity for members to present their own work as posters and short oral presentations.
Each presenter is allocated 10 minutes per presentation. Please bring your presentation in PowerPoint format. If there are movie clips or embedded files included, you must bring the original files as well. Speakers are reminded not to exceed the time allocated.
Staff will be on hand to assist.Presenters do not need to bring a laptop as presentations will be loaded onto the main computer on arrival. It is recommended that you bring your presentation on a memory stick.
Provide a concise statement (max 250 words) of the topic to be discussed and a summary of the major findings and conclusions. Your abstract will be reproduced in the conference program verbatim, so please italicize all Latin names and follow commonly accepted rules of English syntax, grammar and punctuation.
Abstracts will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
- scientific merit, with emphasis on new research, cutting-edge developments and novel perspectives
- direct relevance to the field of molecular pathology
- submission of a clearly written, well organized abstract
- adherence to the submission guidelines outlined above
Poster boards will be 6ft x 4ft (portrait) and 5ft x 4ft (Landscape).Spaces are limited so all posters must be booked in advance. Please bring your posters along with you for the start of the meeting, fixings will be provided.
Delegates will be encouraged to visit the posters during break times and lunch.
How to submit:
Please indicate via email to firstname.lastname@example.org whether you are submitting an abstract for an Oral or Poster presentation. Please supply us with your full name, place of work, email and telephone number and the size of the poster if submitting one. Acceptance of your submission will be sent via email.
Full conference programme