Guidelines

REGISTRATION

EARLY REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT DEADLINE
8th March 2017

LATE REGISTRATION (ATTENDANCE ONLY)
14th April 2017

FULL PROGRAM AVAILABLE
Late April 2017

 

ONLINE REGISTRATION

Fill out the registration form, check out via PayPal, and you will receive 2 confirmation emails (one from YRLS, and one from PayPal.)

The link to the abstract submission form is included in the confirmation email from YRLS.

Before finalizing your registration and abstract submission, please make sure that:

  • Your registration information is complete and accurate,

  • Your abstract is correct and proof-read (please read guidelines for abstract below).

We strongly recommend that you prepare a draft abstract using a text editor and copy paste information once your final version is ready to be submitted.

In case of duplicated registration and/or abstract submission, only the latest version will be considered by the YRLS organizing committee.

For any query, please write to contact@yrls.fr adding your NAME + the words SUBMISSION QUERY in the message header.

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

PROVIDE A 2000 CHARACTERS ABSTRACT (including spaces, title < 20 words) IN ENGLISH DETAILING YOUR RESEARCH WORK.

ABSTRACTS ARE REVIEWED ANONYMOUSLY BASED ON THEIR CLARITY, ORIGINALITY, IMPACT AND SCIENTIFIC RESULTS.

YOU CAN EITHER APPLY FOR TALKS OR POSTERS

  • TALKS : 10 minutes presentation + 5 minutes of questions
    We accept Powerpoint, Keynote and PDF formats (brought on USB key to organizing team before the talk session begins)
  • POSTERS : A0 Format (84 cm length by 118 cm height).
    Check your panel number and hang the poster in the morning as soon as possible (strap and pins provided).

NON-SELECTED TALKS ARE CONVERTED TO POSTERS IF YOU SELECTED THE OPTION DURING SUBMISSION.

CHOOSE TWO CATEGORIES IN WHICH YOUR ABSTRACT FITS (1ST AND 2ND CHOICE) AMONG THE 8 PROPOSED DURING THE CONFERENCE

BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Protein functions, protein-protein interactions, protein-DNA interactions, study of nucleic acids, small molecules, protein-RNA interactions, translation, synthetic DNA, cell functions/dynamics, cell signalling, organelles, cell organization, molecular targeting tools, etc.
CANCER BIOLOGY
Cancer treatment, anticancer therapy resistance, carcinogenesis, metastasis, progression, tumour microenvironment, fundamental mechanisms of cancer, etc.
COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY & INTERFACES WITH BIOLOGY
Bioinformatics tools, big data, biophysics, microscopy tools, artificial intelligence, etc.
ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION & DEVELOPMENT
Organism-organism interactions, interaction with environment, climate change, species development, cross-species analyses, development of organisms, embryology, understanding aging, phenotype variation, cell differentiation, pluripotency, stem cells, plant development, etc.
GENETICS & EPIGENETICS
Gene therapy, genetic diseases, replication, transcription, gene discovery/function, chromatin biology, histone post-translational modifications, DNA (hydroxy)methylation, chromatin organization, gene silencing/activation, chromatin remodeling, etc.
IMMUNOLOGY & INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Development of the immune system, immune tolerance, cellular immunology/immunological mechanisms, immunotherapies, transplantation, vaccines, inflammation and autoimmune diseases, allergies and asthma, immunodeficiencies, HIV, hematology, complement system, etc.
MICROBIOLOGY & HOST-PATHOGEN INTERACTIONS
Study of microscopic organisms, viruses, bacteria, archaea, protozoa, fungi, study of parasites, host response, microbiota, etc.
NEUROSCIENCES & PHYSIOLOGY 
Neural networks, brain development, brain function, memory, nervous system, degenerative diseases, kinesiology, tissue/organ function/repair, wound healing, health, effects of aging, etc

 

PRESENTATION EVALUATION

PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED FOR BEST TALKS AND POSTERS ACCORDING TO OUR JURY PANEL

  • 1 session chair and 2 senior researchers will judge TALKS basing on:
    SCIENCE – scientific results, originality of the approach and answers to questions
    PRESENTATION SKILLS – quality, clarity and layout of the presentation
    TIMING!
  • 1 senior researcher and 1 junior researcher will judge POSTERS basing on:
    SCIENCEscientific results, originality of the approach and answers to questions
    PRESENTATION SKILLS readability, clarity of the poster and oral presentation