Fern Davies Posted November 18, 2013 Share Posted November 18, 2013 Papers & posters THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS BY THE SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM COMMITTEE IS 30 May 2014. Abstracts for oral presentations will be reviewed and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until the schedule is full. The Scientific Program Committee will select and organize presentations in appropriate sessions based on the scientific content of the abstract. Abstracts should summarize findings, not methods, and be limited to 1700 characters. Please make sure you indicate your preference for either oral or poster presentation. Oral presentations will be limited to 15 minutes including questions and technical difficulties. Posters should not exceed 122 cm wide by 122 cm high. Please note: Abstracts will not be accepted by fax or e-mail. If all oral presentation sessions are filled, it may be necessary to accept some abstracts for poster presentations instead of oral presentations. Registration Members are encouraged to register early for the meeting using the online system. Early registration will be accepted through mid-July 2014 (early registrations made online or postmarked on or before 15 July 2014 will be $350 for regular professional registrations, $200 for students, and $40 for spouse/guest). On 16 July, the standard registration fee will be $400 (regular), $250 (students), and $50 (spouse/guest). Late registrations will be accepted after 1 September 2014; late and on-site registrations will be $500 (regular), $300 (students) and $60 (spouses). One-day registration will be available for $100. Spouse rate provides admission to receptions, plenary talks, and following coffee breaks. Spouses must register under the spouse rate to be eligible for the conference rate on lodging and meal plans. Early registration is highly recommended, not only for the financial benefits and to assist in conference planning, but because space is limited for some events. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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