Abstract submission for Lorne Genome 2020 will open shortly.
Chromosome Structure and Dynamics
Comparative Genomics and Evolution
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Developmental Genetics and Medical Genomics
DNA Damage & Repair
Epigenetics and Epigenomics
Population Genetics and Genomics
Regulation of Gene Expression
Single-Cell Systems Biology
Oral Abstract submission deadline is Friday 22nd November 2019.
Poster Abstract submission deadline is Friday 10th January 2020.
Abstracts for all Conference presentations will be available via the conference App. The Program Committee will select some presentations for the oral program from the submitted abstracts and will notify those authors. Other submissions will be offered a poster presentation.
All submissions are to include the following:
authors and affiliations (remember to select the presenting author)
300 word abstract providing the essence of the presentation
If you have any questions regarding the abstract submission process please contact the secretariat. Successful abstracts selected for oral presentation will be notified by December 2019. To present a poster or oral presentation at the meeting you must be a registered delegate.
By clicking on the link above, you will be taken to a web page where you can cut and paste your abstract in several simple steps. The benefits of this system are many but include:
- Allowing you to preview your abstract and make modifications to your satisfaction.
- Ensuring you know your submission has been completed as you will receive an immediate email confirmation
- Ensuring accurate indexing of all authors in the abstract book
- Ensuring consistent presentation of all abstracts in the proceedings (overarching formatting is imposed).
Before You Start
- Ensure you are using one of the following browsers: INTERNET EXPLORER (ver 11 or newer) MOZILLA FIREFOX (ver 44 or newer) SAFARI (ver 5 or newer)
- Alert for Mac Users, if you are having trouble submitting your abstract/synopsis, try submitting from a PC. If you are still having trouble, please contact the secretariat.
- Alert for Mozilla Users, the security policy in Mozilla often precludes the pasting from the clipboard without using the menu commands. You can still cut and paste your abstract/synopsis into the submission; you will have to use the menu command rather than ‘control v’ shortcut.
- Is your research abstract text less than 300 words – it will not allow you to paste larger submissions. The word count does NOT include your title, authoring or cited references
- Do you have your abstract/synopsis open and running on your own computer? – You need to be able to cut and paste it onto the submission system.
- Firstly, you will be asked to acknowledge and understand that for your abstract to be accepted you must be a registered and fully paid delegate. You must also consent to your abstract being published.
- You will then be asked to provide some keywords to assist in categorisation of your abstract.
- Depending on the conference, you may be asked to supply extra information. For example, “Would you like to be considered for a poster or oral presentation award?”
- Next, you will able to cut and paste or type the title of your abstract in.
- The next screen will ask you to input the authors, organisations and indicate the presenting author by ticking the box.
- After that, you will be able type or cut and paste your abstract text in. Please ensure the abstract is no more than the above mentioned word limit. (Does not include title, authoring or cited references)
- Finally you will be asked to view your abstract to check you have entered it correctly. When satisfied, you will be able to finalise your abstract submission and return to your profile.
When You Have Finished The Submission
As long as you haven't filled your own email address incorrectly, you will get an immediate confirmation of your abstract being submitted.
Yes, You Can Make Changes After You Have Submitted
Should you wish to make changes to your abstract after you have submitted it, please log into your online registration dashboard. Click the button “manage” for the conference you would like to edit the abstract for. Under the abstract heading you will be able to view, edit or submit a new abstract.
Notification of programming decisions will come from the secretariat shortly after the expiry of deadlines and the working program will be posted to the web site. The notification will include specific presentation instructions but in the interim, those preparing posters should note the maximum size allowed is 100cm wide by 120cm high (portrait). Velcro will be available to fix the poster to the boards. Computer data projection is the preferred presentation method for orals.