Abstract submissions will last until AUGUST 26, 2016. THIS IS A HARD DEADLINE. There will NO late-breaking submission period this year. All accepted abstracts submitted by this date will be considered for oral talks, poster presentations, and will be published in Glycobiology.
Fee: There is a $30 abstract submission fee per abstract. You may pay for one or more abstracts during the registration process. Once you have paid, the submission link and code will be automatically sent to your email. You may also complete your registration first then pay for the fee at a later time, provided it is before the submission deadline.
Abstract book: This year, all accepted abstracts will be available for online viewing leading up to, and during the conference. No hard copy books will be distributed on-site.
Requirements: You must register for the meeting prior to submitting an abstract. Abstracts must be submitted with the intention that they will be presented if selected. If a first author must cancel for some reason, it is their responsibility to designate one of the other authors as their replacement.
Length: Limit 350 words. (not including title, authors, and affiliations)
Figures: DO NOT includes figures or tables.
Editing: Be sure your abstract is in final form. We cannot edit your abstract after it has been entered. It will be printed in the Journal as submitted.
Formatting: When submitting your abstract, follow all directions in the abstract submission tool for best results. You will be able to add greek characters and format within the tool. Follow the directions provided and proceed from one page to the next.