CALL FOR LATE POSTERS – ISMB 2014
Poster Chair: Yana Bromberg, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
**Submission Site Closes April 18, 2014
The organizers of ISMB 2014 invite all interested participants and conference attendees to consider presenting a poster.
ISMB 2014 will bring together scientists from a wide range of disciplines, including molecular biology, biology, medicine, computer science, mathematics and statistics. We are soliciting high-quality research posters in any aspect of computational biology.
Posters submitted may cover any area of computational biology. We also encourage submission of purely experimental work and experimental posters should be submitted to the category (noted below) most accurately reflecting the area of this work and will be displayed accordingly. Posters must include original work that is unpublished or published after August 1, 2013.
Submitted Late Posters will be reviewed by the poster selection committee and notification of acceptance will be provided to the corresponding author no later than May 9, 2014.
Posters submitted as part of the Call for Late Poster submission process (opening March 17, 2014) will pay a non-refundable Late Poster Fee of $50 during the submission process.
Poster authors submitting as part of the Call for Late Posters are NOT eligible to apply for a Conference Travel Fellowship Support. All poster abstracts must be submitted using the conference submission site by the abstract deadline: Friday, April 18, 2014 (You have until 11.59 p.m. in the time zone of your choice). Space for posters is limited, and while we will make every effort to accommodate all interested groups, we advise you to submit your poster well before the deadline.
Posters submitted by the April 18, 2014 deadline will be notified of acceptance by Friday, May 9, 2014. You must submit a 250 word poster abstract that will be included in the electronic conference program and posted on the conference web site. The abstract should not contain your title/position or any personal information (e.g. affiliation). There is a maximum of one poster per presenting author. The presenting author of a poster must be registered delegate and be available at the poster session to which their poster is assigned. Any author may submit to various conference tracks in addition to submitting a poster for review.
Odd Numbered posters:
On display Sunday, July 13, 10:00 a.m. through Monday, July 14, 2:30 p.m.
Author presentations will take place Sunday, July 13: 5:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Even Numbered posters:
On display Monday, July 14, 4:30 p.m. through Tuesday, July 15, 2:30 p.m.
Author presentations will take place Monday, July 17: 5:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Poster Sessions with Authors are held 5:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 13 (odd numbered posters) and Monday, July 14 (even numbered posters). Authors should be prepared in advanced to be available to present on their assigned day. Please note due to the large number of posters we are unable to accept special requests for presentation dates.
Poster Display Size: When preparing accepted posters please note that your poster should not exceed the following dimensions: 46 inches wide by 45 inches high. There will be 2 posters per side on the each poster board. One poster will be an odd number and the other will be an even number. View a diagram of the the poster board in pdf format here.
The conference organizers will not offer tables for laptop computer demos during the poster session. If you would like to demonstrate your software, you are encouraged to submit an application for Technology Track. All abstracts will be considered a "personal communication" to the conference attendees. Abstracts will not be published in the proceedings, but will appear in the program and on the conference website.
Submitted posters will be reviewed and categorized into the following general areas:
Bioinformatics of Disease and Treatment
- Computational approaches to the study of disease predisposition, progression and treatment
- Only TECHNICAL posters should be included here
- The study of the relationship of genome structure and function across different biological species or strains
- The examination of how different models of learning and educational programming in bioinformatics (e.g. tutorials, workshops, courses and e-learning) can be used to impact the understanding and use of bioinformatics across different audiences.
- The study of heritable changes in gene expression or cellular phenotype caused by mechanisms other than changes in the underlying DNA sequence
- The study of whole organism level gene and protein quantities, functions and interactions
Genome Organization and Annotation
- The annotation of genome components' functions and spatial localizations
Genetic Variation Analysis
- Detection, qualification, and annotation of genetic variants and their effects
- The study of genetic material recovered directly from environmental samples
- The study of viral/microbial/phage genomes with respect to host-pathogen interactions
Population Genetics, Variation and Evolution
- The study of allele variance and distribution and their change under the influence of evolutionary processes
Protein Structure and Function Prediction and Analysis
- Computational approaches to the prediction and annotation of protein structure, function, and their relationships
- The study of proteins structures and functions, often via protein purification and mass spectrometry techniques
- The analysis of DNA, RNA or peptide sequences to understand their features, function, structure, or evolution
Systems Biology and Networks
- The study of complex component interactions within biological systems
Public Institutions (Not for profit) are able to submit their research findings as part of the call for posters. This will be displayed with in the topic area of Institutional Research
Individuals may choose to submit a poster presenting a review of a specific field or technique. These submissions do not need to contain original work from the author and are intended to be an introduction for individuals not familiar with the field or technique. These review are not meant to be advertisements (e.g. it is not acceptable that the poster is an advertisement for a book or other type of commercial publication)