The JMBGSA Annual Symposium provides all our students a venue to showcase their cutting edge work by means of oral and poster presentations. In addition, this is a wonderful opportunity to gain exposure to the research done in various areas of life sciences on our campus.
This year's symposium was held on March 8, 2013 at the Rutgers Life Sciences Atrium, Busch Campus from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM. The keynote speaker was Jim Millonig, PhD, Associate Professor, Neuroscience and Cell Biology at UMDNJ-RWJMS, Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine.
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Please prepare your abstract in a Microsoft Word document. All text should be in Times New Roman, 9-point font. Please provide the names and institutions for all your co-authors.
Enter the title of your abstract in initial caps. Abbreviations that are not commonly known should be spelled out in full at first mention.
Your abstract body must have a minimum of 100 characters and maximum of 1200 characters. The abstract title, authors, affiliations and body of the abstract should not exceed 1600 characters excluding spaces.
Each abstract is expected to contain a sentence stating the study objective (unless given in the title); a brief statement of methods, if pertinent; a summary of the results obtained; a statement of the conclusions; and the source of research support on the bottom line.
Abstract Submission Guidelines:
All abstracts must be submitted electronically by email to email@example.com and should contain your preference for Oral or Poster Presentation. Abstracts not selected for oral presentation will automatically be considered for poster presentation. Following submission, you will receive an abstract confirmation e-mail with an abstract number. Please use this abstract number and the first author’s last name in all future correspondence about your abstract. The same information will be required to make revisions or withdrawals.
There will be awards for the top two selected oral and top four selected poster presentations.
For information about previous symposia, please visit the Archives.