The International Congress of Cell Biology (ICCB), 2018 invites abstracts from researchers around the world describing novel insights from recent work on understanding the functioning of the living cell. Students and scientists from academia, industry and research organizations are welcome to submit their abstracts and be a part of this one-of-a-kind scientific experience. Abstract should be submitted based on results from recent research work carried by the presenting author. Few abstracts based on scientific merit will be chosen for platform presentation. All other abstracts will be eligible for poster presentation.
Last date for abstract submission: October 31st, 2017
Guidelines for Abstract Submission
|Abstract must be submitted online in word format|
|Abstract must be typed single-space, in English, using 12 point size font - Times New Roman, and should not exceed 250 words including references and foot notes if any.|
|Title should be bold, do not italicize or underline any items in the title.|
|Authors should be listed by First Name and Surname followed by initials. Name of presenting author should be underlined. Do not include title, degrees, or any suffix in the authors field.|
|Mention the complete name of the institution in which the work is carried out, followed by city and by author if they are from different institutions.|
|The abstract should be in order of background, methods, results, and conclusions as shown in the sample. Download sample abstract|
|Avoid abbreviations in title|
|Avoid tables, graphs and images in the abstract.|
|The presenting author must be a registered participant.|
|Once submitted, no corrections in the abstract are possible.|
|In case of difficulty or to withdraw abstract contact us at email@example.com|
|Abstracts must be submitted by October 31, 2017.|
Guidelines for Posters
|The poster boards are square: 3ft. 5 inches.
|The posters should be made to fit within the boards. Square outline would be perfect.
|Please ensure that the written content is easily readable from a distance of 3-4 feet.