International Congress on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control and the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology Vancouver, Canada August 9-13, 2015
International Congress on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Controland the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology   Vancouver, Canada   August 9-13, 2015

Abstract Submission

Abstract submission is now closed

Instructions for Abstract Submission

 

Note: contributed oral presentations should be 12 minutes long with an additional 3 minutes for questions. Symposium speakers will be informed as to the length of their presentations as these are decided by the Symposium organizers.

 

All abstracts must be submitted by email to: sip2015abstracts@gmail.com according to the following instructions before April 17th 2015. You will receive a confirmation within 48 hours that your abstract has been received.

 

For your abstract, follow the format guidelines, referring to the EXAMPLE below. 

 

Format guidelines (in Microsoft Office Word, see EXAMPLE)

  • Language: English

  • Font: Arial, 10pt

  • Abstract title typed in bold

  • The last name(s) of the author(s) should be written in upper and lower case, preceded by the given name(s) and initial(s) of the author(s). The presenting author’s name must be underlined. Use indices if authors come from more than one affiliation. Names typed in italics.

  • All authors’ affiliation details should be written under the names, preceded by the corresponding indices, if needed

  • Provide the e-mail address of the presenting author in an extra line

  • Word limit for body of Abstract text: 250 words i.e. don’t count title, names, and affiliations

  • Justify text alignment

  • Single line spacing, except as shown in example

EXAMPLE:

This is the title of the abstract for the SIP meeting

Alida F Janmaat1; Todd Kabaluk2, Jenny S Cory3

1Biology Department, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, BC, Canada: 2Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Agassiz, BC, Canada; 3Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada

Correspondence: alida.janmaat@xxx.xx

 

Abstracts must be submitted according to these instructions before April 17, 2015. Abstracts received after the deadline will be declined if the program is filled. In addition, the Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to request that some contributed oral paper submissions be presented as posters.  Make sure that your abstract text is no longer that 250 words, not counting abstract title, names, and affiliations.

The organizing committee will handle several hundred abstracts so we ask that you name your abstract file according to the instructions below.

 

Naming your abstract file (use Microsoft Word)

 

1) choose the two-letter code that assigns your presentation to the appropriate topic. Be aware that papers may be moved to another session covering a similar topic, or to a poster session if submitted as an oral presentation.  Either of these will only be done if absolutely necessary, and at the discretion of the Scientific Program Committee

SY

Symposium

BA

Bacteria

DB

Beneficial Invertebrates

FU

Fungi

MI

Microsporidia

MC

Microbial Control

NE

Nematodes

VI

Viruses

 

2) -O for “Oral” and -P for “Poster”

3) dash (-)

4) your last name

5) abstract number (if you are submitting a paper and a poster)

 

Example: If you (Dr/Mr/Ms. Jones) are submitting two abstracts for  the Bacteria sessions (BA), one for an Oral presentation and another one as a Poster, you should name them:

BA-O-Jones1.doc and BA-P-Jones2.doc

 

If you are submitting one abstract for a Bacteria session (BA) and another one for the Microbial Control session (MC), both as Posters, your files would be:

BA-P-Jones1.doc and MC-PJones2.doc

 

6) If you want your work to be considered as a student presentation (competition for best student presentation), please indicate this by adding -STU at the end of the file name you are sending:

BA-P-Gomez-STU.doc

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