2018 Late-Breaking Abstract Submissions Overview
The Protein Society's 32nd Annual Symposium welcomes submission of abstracts for original contribution to the field.
The deadline for abstracts to be considered for open talks and travel grants has passed. Abstracts are still being accepted for poster presentation and our poster competition through May 31st, 2018.
All approved abstracts that are presented at the 2018 Symposium will be published in a special online edition of Protein Science in the fall of 2018.
Read our Abstract Submission Guidelines.
In order to submit an abstract, individuals must first pay the abstract submission fee.
Step 1: Pay For Your Abstract
Protein Society Members
Current Protein Society members may sponsor their own abstract or someone else’s. Non-members may submit an abstract, but a TPS member must sponsor their abstract. TPS can help identify sponsors; e-mail us at email@example.com.
We also encourage non-members to take advantage of the lower abstract submission and Symposium registration rates by becoming a member.
Click the image at right to view an enlarged version of the Call for Abstracts.
FASEB Mentored Travel Awards
Rooted in the belief that attendance at our Symposia presents an invaluable experience for future protein scientists. The Protein Society is committed to making it possible for young scientists to participate and benefit from our annual meeting. Click here to view application and instructions for the FASEB travel award.
The Protein Society will hold a poster competition at its 32nd Annual Symposium to recognize the top undergraduate and graduate student abstract presenters. Each winner will receive a check in the amount of $250.
Contributed Talks and Young Investigator Talks CLOSED
Both talk opportunities are open to the public and will be included in the parallel sessions.
Contributed Talk (30 minutes)
Eligibility: Open to all
Contributed Talks by established and new faculty members of protein scientists working in the industry will be considered for selection and presentation at the Symposium by a review committee. The contributed talks will be chosen to complement and deepen the Symposium topical area. Over the past 2 years, 25% of talks came from this category.
Young Investigator Talk (15 minutes)
Eligibility: Post PhD researchers and early-stage investigators in either academics or industry or any other research position within 8 years of getting their PhD degree.