Participants are invited to submit an abstract (1 page) for
oral (15min) or poster presentation. For each session, oral presentations will
be selected from submitted abstracts by the Scientific Committee.
Abstracts must adequately describe the objectives and results
so that the quality and originality of the abstract can be evaluated by the
All contributions (main speakers, short oral contributors, poster
presentations) will be published in the form of abstracts. Abstracts are only accepted if
they are accompanied by a preregistration to the conference of the presenting
author. Please fill in the preregistration form providing all requested
abstract information, and also send the complete
abstract as a text file (Lastname.doc) to the
Abstract submission is essential to be eligible for a
MC scholarship. First year PhD students can provide a resume
describing their project and ongoing research in case they do not have
enough data to submit an abstract.
The deadline for abstract submission is 31 May, 2006.
Abstract layout guidelines:
abstract title (Arial, 12pt, bold)
names of all authors (presenting author underlined) (Arial,
affiliation of all authoirs (Arial, 11pt, Italic)
body text (Max. 350 words) (Arial, 11pt)
The entire abstract should not exceed 3000 characters
including spaces. Please consult the example below and use the template for
submitting your own abstract (filename=Lastname.doc).
Template file for
The organisers reserve the right to make editorial changes
to the abstracts that are not conform the requirements.
By submitting your abstract, you agree
ownership of copyright for the abstract and its content to the "14th Euroconference on Apoptosis" to enable publication in the book of abstracts.
to publication of your coordinates in the
participants list in the book of abstracts
Sending of the text file of your abstract to the ECDO
secretariat is essential for editing, typesetting and publishing the abstract.