APRS Symposium and Late Summer Meeting, 26-28 August 2015
The 13th annual Austrian Proteomic Research Symposium (APRS) will take place on the campus of the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) in Klosterneuburg and is organized in collaboration with the Austrian Proteomics Association (AuPA) and the Late Summer Meeting IMP/IMBA/GMI/CSF.
The purpose of the symposium is to present the latest technologies and applications to scientists coming from Europe. Top experts will be invited to speak, and a number of participants will also be selected to give a short talk and present their posters during formal poster sessions.
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Abstract Guidelines for Flash Talks and Posters
Abstracts should be submitted via the registration form only. Please do not send in an abstract more than once.
Only abstracts submitted by registered participants will be accepted. It is the responsibility of the presenting author to ascertain whether all authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission. Abstracts have to be submitted until August, 7th, 2015.
For any further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org;
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:
Only papers whose abstracts have been reviewed and approved by the Scientific Committee will be presented as flash talk.
The body of the abstract must not exceed 2300 characters, spaces included.
Only 1 abstract per participant will be accepted.
The text must be clear, concise, and written in proper English. The content must not have been previously published in academic journals or subject to peer review.
Significant technical information must not be withheld. Abstracts must absolutely contain results. Statements such as “results will be discussed” are not acceptable and will lead to rejection.
STRUCTURE OF THE ABSTRACT
Abstracts should be structured and must include:
BACKGROUND: a brief introduction stating the purpose of the investigation and its relevance to laboratory medicine;
METHODS: a description of the methodology used;
RESULTS: to be supported by statistical or other evidence to show their validity;
Confirmation of receipt of the abstract will be acknowledged by e-mail immediately after submission.
HOW TO PREPARE AND SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
It is important to carefully follow the instructions below. Incorrectly prepared abstracts will be rejected.
Abstracts should be prepared off-line in advance;
– Prepare your abstract on a word processor (such as Microsoft Word);
– Do not include title, authors’ names and affiliations in the abstract file;
– When abbreviations are used, spell out the full word at first mention in the text followed by the abbreviation in parentheses. Thereafter, use the abbreviation throughout.
– When the on-line system requires the abstract to be entered, copy and paste your text. Abstracts are limited to 2300 characters, spaces included (title, authors’ names and affiliations excluded).
Michael Sixt, michael.sixt[AT]ist.ac.at
Karl Mechtler, mechtler[AT]imp.ac.at
Marie Trappl, marie.trappl[AT]ist.ac.at
Institute of Science and Technology Austria
Am Campus 1
A – 3400 Klosterneuburg
Phone: +43 (0)2243 9000
Fax: +43 (0)2243 9000 2000
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