The East Coast Protein Meeting
26th-28th July 2019, Coffs Harbour NSW

Abstract submission

Abstracts must be submitted using the abstract template and must conform to the style and formatting requirements set out in this document.

Please email your completed abstract together with proof of registration. Acceptable formats are MS Word ".doc" or ".docx" files only.

The extended deadline for abstract submission is 5pm AEST, 5th July 2019.

Registrants please note!
Please note that when submitting your abstract, you will be required to supply proof of registration (e.g. a payment receipt from Register Now). A hallmark of the East Coast Protein Meeting is that only PhD students and Postdoctoral researchers are considered for oral presentation. For this reason, more senior researchers are welcome and encouraged to register but are not permitted to submit abstracts for consideration.

All abstracts will be considered for oral presentation unless specifically requested otherwise.

Travel Awards
Student travel awards will be offered to help offset the costs of registration and getting to the conference. Please indicate if you wish to be considered for these awards when submitting your abstract and include a brief, two page CV with your abstract submission.

QPG/SPG sponsored ComBio Awards
In addition, the QPG and SPG will again each sponsor 1 award of a guaranteed speaking slot for an ECR at the upcoming ASBMB meeting in Perth. The QPG and SPG will each select one person on the basis of their presentation at ECPM15, who must be a member of the relevant Special Interest Group. Eligible ECRs are to indicate whether they wish to be considered for this award at the time of abstract submission, and must also submit a letter of support from their supervisor. The prize will cover the cost of registration - accomodation and travel arrangements will be the responsibility of the prize winner and/or their supervisor.

Poster Prizes
Poster prizes will also be judged and presented at thee meeting.

This event is a joint initiative of the Sydney Protein Group and the Queensland Protein Group, who are both special interest groups of the ASBMB.
last update: 7th May 2015, ©2011 Michael Landsberg ©2005 Joel Mackay