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Abstract submission is closed for PS36. 

PS36 Abstracts Submissions Overview

The Protein Society's 36th Annual Symposium welcomes submission of abstracts for original contribution to the field. Abstracts can be submitted for poster presentations and numerous speaking opportunities and grants.

Abstracts for posters and participation in the undergraduate and graduate poster competition only, are due May 30, 2022.

All approved abstracts that are presented at the 2022 Symposium will be published in a special online edition of Protein Science in the fall.

Get more information on Abstract Submission Guidelines and Instructions here.

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Protein Society Members
Student (Graduate & Undergraduate): $15
All Other Protein Society Members: $30

Student (Graduate & Undergraduate): $30
All Other Non Members: $50

Step 2: Submit Your Abstract

Abstract submission fees are separate from registration fees and are non-refundable. 

Need help? Contact proteinsociety@agoraopus3.com

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Poster Competition 

The competition will recognize the top undergraduate and graduate student abstract presenters. Throughout the meeting, judges comprised of faculty, research scientists, and industry representatives will evaluate the posters. Winners will be announced on July 9 or 10Each winner will receive a check in the amount of $250.

Speaking Opportunities (closed)

  • Contributed Talk (30 Min.)
    Eligibility: Open to all
  • Young Investigator Talk (15 Min.)
    Eligibility: Graduate students, post-docs, and other early state investigators within 8 years of earning their Ph.D.
  • Undergraduate Talks (10 min.)
    Eligibility: Undergraduate Students
  • Poster flash talks (3 min.)
    Eligibility: Graduate students and postdocs.  Poster flash talks will be presented live at the end of each scientific session, for selected posters.

Travel Grants (closed)

Under the strong belief that attendance at our Symposia presents an invaluable opportunity for future protein scientists, TPS is committed to making it possible for young scientists to participate and benefit from our Annual Meeting.

Finn Wold and Protein Science Young Investigator Awards 

Eligibility: Undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdocs. Applicants must be or become a Protein Society member. The award includes up to $800 in reimbursed travel costs for international attendees (outside of Canada and USA) and up to $400 in reimbursed travel costs for domestic (Canada and USA) attendees. Protein Science awards are sponsored by Wiley.

Diversity Awards 

Attendance at our symposia presents a valuable opportunity for early-career protein scientists. The Protein Society is committed to supporting the participation of junior scientists from diverse backgrounds and individuals who work to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in our field. Our newly introduced Diversity Awards include $800 in reimbursed travel costs for international attendees (outside of Canada and USA) and up to $400 in reimbursed travel costs for domestic (Canada and USA) attendees as well as 2 years of society membership.

Eligibility: Undergraduate students, postbaccalaureate students/research assistants, graduate students, and postdocs from any institution; junior faculty from minority-serving institutions. Membership required but reimbursed for awards recipients. Diversity Awards are sponsored by The Protein Society.

Eligible expenses include: round-trip economy class airfare, train, or bus fare to and from symposium, symposium registration fee, abstract submission fee, taxi fare, up to 4 nights hotel accommodations (no incidentals or in-room charges), parking, or gasoline. Charges that are not reimbursable include but are not limited to: food, membership dues, or incidentals.