This year the abstracts will be divided into two categories:
- Research: original research that showcases flow cytometry, mass cytometry, and/or imaging
- Core management: topics relevant to core facilities. Suggested topics include development of standard practices, user training, core facility administration, or a case study of troubleshooting a challenging project.
The GLIIFCA abstract committee will choose the top three submitted abstracts within each category to present eight-minute flash talks at the conference. These top six abstracts will also receive travel awards.
We hope you will consider presenting your work to our regional audience!
- Abstract submission – Abstracts must be submitted by August 8th to be considered for a flash talk.
- Notifications will be sent to selected presenters by August 15.
Frequently Asked Questions
Once abstract submission is closed on August 8, a committee of GLIIFCA organizers will review them and select the top three in each category. The authors of these abstracts will notified by August 15 and present an 8-minute flash talk at the conference.
The top three abstracts in each category who are selected for flash talks will be given free registration to the conference and a travel award. After the flash talks are presented at the conference, the committee of conference organizers will also award a “best abstract” from each category.