Abstracts

GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

1. DATES AND DEADLINES

Opening Abstract Submission: February 14th 2022

Early submission until 14th May 2022

Abstracts submitted after this date will only be considered for poster presentations.

2. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • All abstracts must be submitted through the “Abstract Submission Portal” published on the meeting webpage.
  • Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered for oral presentation but can be assigned as posters upon review.
  • The presenting author does not need to be the first author, but needs to be listed as an author and marked as presenting author in the corresponding field.
  • The presenting author must register and pay in order to submit the abstract, otherwise the abstract will not be published.
  • After having submitted your abstract, you will receive a confirmation by e-mail with your reference number and your password. If not, please contact us and we will double-check if your submission has been uploaded correctly.
  • You can use your password to check your submitted abstract or to modify the abstract anytime before the submission deadline.
  • If you have any question please contact the Technical Secretariat:

3. INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

TITLE
  •  Provide a short (Max 25 words) title that clearly summarised the key concept of your Abstract.
AUTHORS
  • Initials and Surnames for every authors must be provided.
  • The name of the presenting author should be marked on the online form.
  • An author´s name appearing on more than one abstract must be identical in each case.
AFFILIATIONS
  • Each author should be listed by institution, city, state/province and country.
  • Do not include department, division, laboratory, etc.
  • In abstracts where the authors have different affiliations, please indicate for each author the number of the corresponding affiliation.
TEXT
  • Should not exceed 400 words.
  • Abstracts will be reproduced exactly as submitted and will not be edited in any way.
  • Abbreviations should be kept to a minimum. Place unusual abbreviations or acronyms in parenthesis after first use.
  • Make the abstract as informative as possible. Conclusions must be supported by data.
  • Whenever possible use the following structure (without the headings): Background or Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Conclusions.

No changes to the submitted abstracts will be made by the organization.

TOPICS

When you submit an abstract, select the topic of this list that best fits your work:

  1. Channel Structure and Biophysical Properties
  2. Channel Assembly, Trafficking and Degradation
  3. Post-transcriptional Modifications and Interacting Proteins
  4. Development
  5. Nervous System
  6. Cardiovascular System
  7. Immunology and Inflammation
  8. Other Tissues, Organs and Systems
  9. Genetic and Acquired Diseases
  10. Cancer
  11. Translational and Therapeutics
  12. Others
TYPES OF PRESENTATIONS

Select whether or not you want your abstract to be considered for an Oral/Poster presentation or only for a Poster presentation.

  • All abstracts will be considered for Poster Presentations.
  • Some abstracts will be selected to be presented as Oral Communications
  • Presentations details (session, date, time and format) will be sent with the notification of results to the authors before 15th July.
Guidelines for presentations

Oral communications 10 min presentation and 5 min for questions and change of speaker. A strict time policy will be enforced. Authors must upload their presentations in advance in the Audiovisual Preview Room.

Poster Presentations. 90 cm (W)x 120 cm (H)

4. ABSTRACTS ACCEPTED