Registration, abstract and portrait submission
Each Fellow will bring a poster for the poster session at the meeting. An abstract book of submitted poster abstracts will be printed and handed out at the event.
Each Fellow will submit a one-page portrait overview including short bio and description of scientific interests and techniques used in the group. The portrait booklet will be available in printed and digital form.
The Marstrand conference venue
LAST REGISTRATION DATE: JANUARY 7th
Instructions for fellows
- Download and fill in the template [docx]. Including:
– Personal info
– Area of interest (approx. 250 words)
– Strengths in lab
– Abstract for poster session (approx. 250 words)
- Fill in the form on this web page. Upload the template document with your texts filled-in. Upload a portrait photo.
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