Abstract Submission Deadlines

The Abstract Submission Site will be open for submissions February 1, 2011.  We are accepting abstracts for both oral and poster presentations and encourage all aspects of virology to submit an abstract.  Once you submit your abstract, you will have until April 30, 2011 to edit your abstract.  

                         April 30, 2011               Abstract Submission Deadline

                         May 25 & 26, 2011        All programming notications will be sent via email 
                                                                    (If you did not receive a programming notification, please email meetings@asbmb.org)


Abstract Submission 

Abstract Submission Instructions

1. Set up your profile:  
             New Users: When you type in your email address into the welcome screen, the system will say that it has not recognised
             your email.  Please click the link to continue to setup up your profile.  Fill in your contact information.  Here you will be asked
             to create a password.  The password you create will be used for all future ASBMB Meetings.  You will be prompted each time
             you return to the site to update your profile before continuing to the meeting page.  A confirmation page with your user email
             address and password should be kept for future use.  ASBMB Members should login with their member email address and
            ASBMB Members: When you type your email into the welcome screen, it will say that you are already registered to use this
            system.  Please enter your ASBMB Member Password and press continue to access your profile.  Please review and update
            your profile and continue to the meeting page.        

2.  View Meeting Overview:  After you submit your profile, the next screen is the meeting welcome page.  From this page, 
     select the button to create a new abstract.  This page will track each abstract submission and allow you to edit
     your submission(s) until the cut off date of April 30, 2011. 

3. Submit Abstract:  There are no topic category selections for the Recent Advances in Pathogenic Human Viruses Symposium.
    To successfully submit an abstract for consideration you are required to complete the following three steps:  

    STEP 1:  Select your programming preferences.  All abstracts should be submitted as Volunteered Abstracts, unless
                     otherwise communicated by the ASBMB office.   You are required to enter your abstract title and body text  
                     (maximum of 2000 characters including spaces and punctuation) in order to save and proceed. 
                              In Microsoft Word, select and copy your abstract: Command-A then Command-C (mac user) or
                              Ctrl-A then Ctrl-C (windows user).  On the abstract submission page, click the clipboard icon at the top
                              left above the text box to paste the abstract into the box.  Html tags and special characters will be retained. 
                              You may also type directly into the text box (plain text only).         

    STEP 2:  Enter the authors and affilations in the order they should be listed in the program. 
                     As the instructions note on this page, the first author must be the presenting author.  You are only allowed to
                     have one presenting author for each abstract.  You cannot reorder the authors once entered into the system. 
                     If a change is required, you may delete authors and re-enter in the proper order. 

    STEP 3:  The final step is the confirmation screen.  You will be provided the option to print a copy of the confirmation. 
                     You will also receive a copy of the confirmation by email.  This should be kept for your records.   

4. Edit Abstract: Proofread your abstract carefully.   Editing of abstracts will be permitted until April 30, 2011.

5.  Programming Decisions: All abstracts will be reviewed by the meeting organizers.  Abstracts not selected for oral
     presentations will be programmed as posters.  All programming notifications will be sent by May 20, 2011.           

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