Event Date/Time: Jul 23, 2012
End Date/Time: Jul 25, 2012
Jul 23, 2012
Early Registration Date:
May 12, 2012
Abstract Submission Date:
May 12, 2012
Paper Submission Date:
May 12, 2012
We will host an exciting cast of emerging and established ubiquitin-focused professionals from the academic, pharmaceutical, biotech and business communities. The three-day conference and workshop is unique in its focus on drug discovery within the ubiquitin pathway; and in its balance of both industrial and academic appeal.
Delegates will have the opportunity to network with like-minded researchers from around the world in roundtable discussions, poster sessions and an innovative pre-conference workshop. The workshop, covering topics in assays and assay platforms, substrate identification, and ubiquitylation, will begin the program. The focus will be on technical advances in ubiquitin research and its application to the treatment of human disease.
Past Keynote speakers include a Noble Laureate, Distinguished Academic Faculty and C-Suite Executives. The conference program will cover topics in oncology, infectious diseases, neurodegeneration, inflammation, diabetes and muscle wasting.
Present your research at the Ubiquitin Conference and Workshop 2012 and take the opportunity to showcase your results to hundreds of ubiquitin leaders from top academic, industrial and business communities.
To ensure that the conference presents the latest developments in ubiquitin research, over 30% of the talks will be selected from submitted abstracts.
All poster abstract submissions will be considered for presentation. You are encouraged to submit your latest work by uploading your abstract in these three simple steps:
Thanks to the generous contributions of our sponsors, several travel awards will be awarded to young scientists and students. These awards enable budding researchers to attend the conference, present their work, and form important connections with leaders in their chosen field.
To be considered for a travel award:
â€¢ Submit a poster abstract online before the deadline
â€¢ Name the file as Scholarship_[Title of Abstract]_[First Name]_[Last Name].
Poster Abstract Submission Guidelines:
To be eligible for a review of your abstract by the Program Committee:
â€¢ Submit abstracts via RegOnline (conference registration website) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
â€¢ We must receive a copy of your poster abstract by June 1, 2012.
â€¢ Your abstract should be purely scientific in content and be relevant to the conference topic.
â€¢ Your abstract should be one-page long with a distinguishable title, author(s) and the respective affiliations.
â€¢ Please omit images, tables and scientific characters/symbols from the poster abstract, but feel free to use them for your actual poster presentations.
â€¢ Your poster should be saved as [Title of Abstract]_[First Name]_[Last Name].
All submitted abstracts are subject to review and approval of our Program Committee. The decisions made by the Program Committee are final.
Onsite Poster Guidelines:
â€¢ The given dimensions for the poster are 46 inches wide by 44 inches high.
â€¢ The presenter is solely responsible for the transportation, setting up and removal of the poster.
â€¢ There are no printing facilities available onsite for this event and the presenter is encouraged to bring a small box of pushpins in case of a short supply of pushpins. At the end of the poster session, VLI will not be responsible for the posters.
VLI has no obligation to allocate specific time slots for the poster presentations. The poster sessions area is opened to the attendees throughout the exhibit hours.
VLI reserves the right to use and publish your poster title and abstract, in whole or part thereof, to be used in any VLI marketing materials or products, including but not limited to, conference flyers and brochures, press releases, websites, program guides, speaker presentation links, CDs, DVDs, and any other sites used by VLI.