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Abstract and Poster Publication
All abstracts selected for presentation will be available to view online, on our mobile app, and in the December 15, 2018 issue of Molecular Biology of the Cell. Abstracts will be available on the 2018 ASCB | EMBO Meeting website on or around November 16, 2018. At that time, all information is considered public.
Optional Poster/Slides Publication
To increase visibility of your research, you have the option to upload an electronic version of your poster or a PDF of your slides from your talk to a password-protected website. These posters/slides will only be available for viewing by registered 2018 ASCB | EMBO Meeting attendees from Thursday, December 6 through Wednesday, December 12. We will provide the website URL and upload instructions via email in early November. You can add a watermark to your posters prior to upload. Attendees will be able to contact you with questions or comments about your research via email but they will not see your email address.
A PDF file of abstracts from the 2018 ASCB | EMBO Meeting will be published as a supplement in the December 15, 2018, issue of Molecular Biology of the Cell.
Smith AB, Jones CD (2018). Abstract title. Mol. Biol. Cell 28, page # (Abstract #XXXX).
XXXX = the PRESENTATION number assigned to your abstract in early November – NOT the abstract ID number you received when you first submitted your abstract.
Page # = the page of the PDF that your abstract begins on.
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Attend the 2018 Doorstep Meeting: Beyond Homeostasis: Stem Cells Under Stress on Saturday, December 8 from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm and attend the Keynote by Sean Morrison immediately following. The daylong meeting will provide an overview of stem cell biology as it pertains to cell biology research and tissue regeneration, illustrate how studies of the cell provide insights into stem cell research, and encourage stem cell researchers to consider cell biology in their research. Click here for more information or to register. Meeting limited to 200 people.