Abstracts

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Instructions for the submission of abstracts
Deadline: Monday 11th February 2019 - 12noon UK Local time.

Authors wishing to present a paper are requested to submit an abstract of a maximum of 400 words.

The following information is required for each abstract:

• Primary author’s name, position, organisation, contact address, telephone and email address. This information will be used for all communication.
• Names and organisations of co-authors.
• The presentation preference of short talk, poster presentation or either.

Please note that all presenters (poster and short talk) will be required to pay the full registration fee.

Abstracts are invited from all areas of cancer research, but if your abstract fits within one of the following themes please select this during the abstract submission process:

  • Gene Regulation in Cancer
  • Ubiquitin Signalling and Inflammation
  • Tumour Metabolism
  • Model Organisms in Cancer Research
  • Other

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 11th February 2019. Authors will be notified if their paper has been accepted for a short talk or poster presentation following this. We are delighted to confirm that a limited number of bursary awards are available to students. You can select to be considered for this when submitting your abstract.

Abstracts may still be submitted after this date, however please note they will not be eligible for a Short Talk.

Posters

Poster boards are 1.2m wide and 1.8m high. It is recommended that displays do not exceed 1.0m in width and 1.5m in length. A supply of velcro tabs will be available at the venue. No screws or double-sided adhesive tape will be permitted. Poster viewing will take place during the conference. Authors will be advised in advance of access times for the set-up of their poster.

Short talk presentations

There will be a limited number of short talks available for Junior PIs (20 Minutes) and Post Docs/Students (15 Minutes). Further details will be supplied to selected abstract authors.