- Abstract submission deadline:
May 15, 2020
- Notification of abstract status:
May 22, 2020
- Digital poster submission deadline:
June 15, 2020
- Registration deadline for non-presenting attendees:
June 24, 2020
- Virtual Poster Session:
June 25, 2020, 11 am – 1:00 pm MT
Submit a Poster Abstract for Canadian Glycomics Virtual Poster Session
Submit abstracts using the abstract submission form. Abstract submission deadline is May 15, 2020.
Abstract must be original research work and its content relevant to glycomics. Abstracts will be rejected by the reviewers if the abstract is not appropriate for the audience or promotional in nature. Please note that the poster session is open access. We strongly recommend not to include proprietary information in the abstract.
Notifications will be sent to submitting authors via e-mail by May 22, 2020, as well as instructions for the next step.
Checklist Before Submission
Document type: Submit a WORD (*.doc, *docx) file, and name your file as “first name_last name.doc“.
Abstract length: 500 words or less, and must fit within a single letter-sized page with 1″ margins (top, bottom, left, right).
Title: The title should be entered in sentence case and in bold. Capitalize only the first letter of the title, any proper nouns or acronyms, and the first word after a colon (;).
Sample title: Automating mass spectrometry-based quantitative glycomics.
Authors and institutions: Presenting author should be underlined. If there are multiple authors on the abstract with multiple affiliated institutions, each author should be superscripted for respective affiliated institutions.
Abstract body: Do not include self-citations, references, keywords, bibliographies, acknowledgements, support/grants, or disclaimer in your abstract.
Font and style: All content should be in Arial 11 pt. Ensure glyphs are in Arial font. Leave one blank line between paragraphs and do not indent new paragraphs.
Figures: Black and white figures and tables may be included in the abstract if space permits. Ensure all graphics are in high resolution (300 dpi) and inserted at the original (100%) size.