Virtual poster presentations

During these challenging times, we might not be able to come together in person, but we can stay connected. This year, we’ll be re-creating our annual meeting experience online. Please join us by presenting your research, learning from experts in the field and connecting with your colleagues. All presenters will receive a certificate of participation.

Send us a video of you presenting your research. Later this spring, we'll hold a poster chat on Twitter where you can talk about your work with fellow researchers.

Here's how to take part:

  1. Record a video of you presenting your research. If you printed your poster, you can dress up and stand next to it. If you can’t print it, you can make a slideshow presentation with narration. (We recommend that you also caption your video to make it accessible to all audience members.)
  2. Upload it to YouTube. In your video description, please include your abstract or a research summary as well as a link to a PDF version of your poster.
  3. Complete the form below so that we can add your video to our YouTube channel/playlists.
  4. All fields below are required and should match the abstract programmed in an ASBMB topic category for the 2020 Annual Meeting poster session.

Submit your presentation

(First author on abstract)
(Separate names using commas)
(Enter the number following the letter R or L in your abstract ID (e.g. 1234). It is listed on your abstract submission notification. Or, log into the abstract portal to access your information.)