Call for Abstracts is now open and will close on March 30, 2018. Once you sign up (or sign in) through the Fluid Review portal at https://umdf.fluidreview.com, click on the Create New Proposal button and select Abstract Poster Competition. Follow the instructions to submit. Please direct all abstract submission inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentations of Abstract
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the Abstract Review Committee. The committee will review submissions and decide the form of presentation (oral vs. poster). All presenters will be notified by April 15, 2018. Oral presentations will be limited to 10 minutes, with an additional 5 minutes for questions and answers.
All accepted abstracts will be presented in the course syllabus book that will be distributed to conference attendees, and potentially printed post-conference in an issue of the journal Mitochondrion.
Instructions for abstract submissions (this is also available on the fluidreview portal):
Body of Abstract should fall between 300-500 words and include all elements within the
attachment – presenter, author(s), affiliations, abstract title, and abstract body. Please use
the following format in the preparation of your abstract document
prior to attaching it below (use Arial font, 11 point):
Abstract #: 2017 PA-0262 (this is automatically assigned)
Presenter: Senyene E. Hunter
Authors: Senyene E. Hunter1, Bennett Van Houten2, Joel Meyer1(numbers are super script please)
Institution: 1Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, NC
27708, 2University of Pittsburgh, Department of Pharmacology and Chemical Biology, Hillman
Cancer Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-1863.
Title: Double Strand Break Repair in Human Mitochondrial Extracts
Body of Abstract: xxxxx, xxxxxxx, xxxxxxx.
Instructions for posters — if selected for poster presentation, the poster dimensions should fall between 3 to 3.5 feet high by 3.5 to 4 feet wide.
Cash Awards of $125, $250, $500 and $1,000 will be given to the top four posters, courtesy of the Mitochondria Research Society (MRS) and Mitochondrial Medicine Society (MMS).