Submit an abstract
Abstracts are welcome in any topic of molecular microbiology research, and can include aspects of the immune response against infections. The posters and oral presentations will be selected from the abstracts submitted.
The submission deadline is Friday 14 June 2019.
Please indicate if you would like your abstract submitted for poster or offered oral presentation.
Once submissions are closed, they will be reviewed by the organising committee and submitters will be notified of the outcome by email on the week commencing 24 June 2019. By submitting an abstract to this meeting, you are indicating to the session organisers your commitment to attend the event, but should register separately.
Abstracts must be below the maximum 250 word limit. The Microbiology Society has produced a useful guide to give delegates some tips on how to write a great abstract.
Please note that the abstract is the only information session organisers use when deciding whether to accept your work for presentation as an offered oral or poster. If accepted, it will also be published in the abstract book for the meeting – so think carefully about what needs to be included. All poster presenters will be invited to deliver a 3 minute oral ‘Flash’ presentation to entice meeting attendees to come and visit their poster and find out more.
A poster prize will be awarded at the meeting. The prize will be awarded to a poster that presents particularly compelling or novel research and will be presented at the meeting.