The 2020 Annual Meeting abstracts will be published in a special electronic issue of the Society’s journal, Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis.
Regular EMGS Abstract submission deadline is May 31, 2020. (To be published in EMM)
Late Breaking Abstracts are due by August 29, 2020. (Acceptance based on availability but not published in EMM)
Invited speaker abstract deadline is May 15, 2020.
You are encouraged to participate in the meeting by presenting your research as a Poster or Platform talk. Short talks will be selected from abstract submission files for presentation in one of the Platform sessions.
Submission is quick and easy. Login or create an ID and password and then follow the directions and screen prompts.
Abstract submissions should follow the general guidelines and format for EMGS abstracts as described here. Although the inclusion of data in the abstract is not a requirement, abstracts for Travel Award submissions should not simply be a description of experiments that are planned or contemplated. It is not appropriate to state that “results will be presented at the meeting.”
Please contact EMGS Headquarters if you have any additional questions.
Poster Presentation Guidelines
Poster presentations should be submitted as a 3-min video of your poster, presented on 1-3 slides.
Use the appropriate video instructions to record your video. If using PowerPoint, select the video pertaining to either a PC or a mac. If using presentation software other than PowerPoint, or if you're showing a web browser, use the instructions pertaining to Zoom. Ether method will work. Limitations are that posters should be 1-3 slides and narration no longer than 3 minutes. If you would like to upload a pdf of your poster you can do that as well but not required.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please let us know at email@example.com
The deadline to submit your poster online is August 31st.
Instructions for recording your presentation as a video file
On a windows machine inside of PowerPoint:
On an Apple mac machine inside of PowerPoint:
On either a windows or mac machine using Zoom:
There will be two or three sessions running concurrently so it is important that you strictly adhere to the times outlined in the program. The Program Committee has allotted 12 minutes for each presentation, 2 minutes for questions, and 1 minute to switch between speakers (total, 15 minutes).