- Coffee breaks
- Meeting materials
Accomodation is not included.
Registration is on a first come, first served basis and space is limited.
Payment details will be provided by e-mail to registered people.
Your place will only be confirmed only after payment of the registration fee.
30 days before the date of the congress, no change or cancellation will be accepted in the registration. Any cancellation made before this date will have a 50% management fee.
All cancellations must be sent to the Secretariat in writing at email@example.com
The refund of cancelled services will be made 30 days after the end of the congress.
Applicants will be selected for talks based on the quality of their abstract, taking into account the relevance of the topic, previous work and exciting recent results. Additionally, a fair gender balance will be considered and significant regional bias will be avoided. The meeting’s Scientific Committee will select the abstracts for oral presentations.
Scientific Committee Members
- Erik Anderson, Northwersten University, USA
- Michael Barkoulas, Imperial College London, UK
- Henrik Bringmann, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, DE
- Olivia Casanueva, Brabaham Institute, UK
- Julian Ceron, Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute-IDIBELL, ES
- Barbara Conradt, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, DE
- Alex Hajnal, University of Zurich, CH
- Sander van den Heuvel, Utrecht University, NL
- Thorsten Hoppe, University of Cologne, DE Jane Hubbard, Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, USA
- Sophie Jarriault, IGMC, FR
- Janine Kirstein, FMP Berlin, DE
- Ben Lehner, Centre for Genomic Regulation, ES
- Christian Pohl, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, DE
- Benjamin Podbilewicz, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, IL
- Ahna Skop, Wisconsin University, USA
- Asako Sugimoto, Tohoku University, JP
- Baris Tursun, MDC Berlin, DE
Abstracts should contain fewer than 300 words, excluding title, authors and affiliations
Abstracts received before the due date will be considered for oral presentations and/or poster presentations. If your abstract is accepted for a talk, it will be included in an abstract booklet that will be distributed to all conference participants.
The poster space will be 90 x 120 cm (width x height), which corresponds to A0 vertical format (or 16 pages in A4 format).
A limited number of travel grants are available for participants. Applicants do not need to apply separately for travel grants for this event but should indicate on the registration form if they wish to be considered for a travel grant. Selection of awardees is handled directly by the Scientific Committee who will notify all eligible participants. More information is available at EMBO Travel Grants' page.
Up to 1.500€ will be allocated on the basis of the quality of the abstract submitted, with priority given to scientists from the countries listed below.
Travel grants may be awarded to participants from anywhere only after qualified applicants from priority countries have been considered. All applicants have to justify the reasons for applying for a travel grant. A maximum of €500 per travel grant can be awarded. At the organizer's discretion, the amount of the travel grant can be lowered to include more participants.
Priority should be given to participants of any nationality working in laboratories in:
Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey.
An additional €2,000 will be allocated to travel grants exclusively for participants of any nationality working in laboratories in Chile, India, Singapore and Taiwan (only participants working in these countries are eligible to receive this grant; there are no exceptions:
A maximum of €1,000 per travel grant can be awarded. At the organizer's discretion, the amount of the travel grant can be lowered to include more participants.
Additional Registration Information
A limited number of travel grants are available for participants, especially PhD students and early career postdocs, located in countries in need of scientific strengthening. Priority is given to participants working in laboratories from: Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey.
In addition, a limited number of travel grants are available for participants working in laboratories in India, Singapore and Taiwan. Travel grants will be awarded towards economy travel costs. Visa costs, accommodation and subsistence will not be covered by these funds.