.......... Instructions to authors
Abstract submission could be related to all cancer topics (axis, themes and working groups of the Canceropole GSO): present your recent work, platforms and open collaborations with industrials.
Titles and abstracts must be written in English (except for Axis 4 communications). The maximum length allowed for an abstract is 4000 characters including blank spaces. The abstract title, the author(s) or names of institutions are not included in the count of 4000 characters.
.......... Oral communications
Oral communications will be selected by the Steering Committees of the Canceropole GSO axis & working groups. Selected researchers will be contacted directly.
Sessions opened to oral communications:
- November 22nd : Spatial biology / Genome editing & Crisp'R Screen / Therapeutic Innovation and Biomarkers (flash posters) / Health technologies: "my techno in 180 seconds" (flash posters all technologies)
- November 23rd : Chemistry & Cancer / Cell signaling, microenvironnement and targeting / Genome Dynamics & Expression / Environmental stress / Nouveaux dispositifs numériques (in french)
- November 24th : Immunotherapy / Alternative models to animal testing / Patients fragiles ou patients vulnérables (in french)
.......... Poster presenter guidelines
If you have been selected to participate as a poster presenter, here are some information to help you prepare your poster.
Your poster will receive a poster number. This poster number will be used to identify your printed poster in the Poster Area.
Poster size: the maximum size of your poster should not exceed 80 cm (width) x 120 cm (height), portrait style (A0). It is the presenter’s responsibility to print the poster.
We kindly ask you to put up your poster on your arrival. Mounting material will be provided if your poster is made of paper (not glossy, not laminated). If you prefer to make your poster in another type of paper (glossy paper, laminated) or support (fabric for example), you will need to provide your hanging system (clips and extra-strong adhesive).
Poster sessions will take place on Wednesday from 4 to 5 pm and Thursday from 10 to 11 am.
The poster presenters will stand by their posters throughout the entire poster session and will be prepared to deliver a “two-minute take home message”.
.......... Young Scientist poster competition
The "Young Scientist" poster competition is only for PhD students, post-docs and residents and awards 5 prizes of €800 to the best presentations.
Contest participants must be present in front of their poster during the 2 poster sessions (Wednesday and Thursday).
As every year, the Jean Paufique Foundation (Laboratoire Silab) will award a poster prize for young researchers on the theme of fundamental and applied research in the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of dermatological pathologies and more particularly skin cancers.
PLEASE NOTE: winners absent at the time of the award ceremony will be eliminated.
The "Young Scientist" poster competition is carried out with the support of :
.......... Registration and publication of abstracts
The presenting author of an abstract must register for the congress. The submission of communications takes place in your personal space (cf. link sent with the confirmation of registration).
Accepted abstracts will be published in the online seminar booklet.