Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology Meeting
Saturday, April 27th, through noon on Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
Registration: Now Open through February 19th, 2019
Abstract Submission : Now Open through February 19th, 2019
The biennial KMCB Meeting provides a forum for discussion of the Molecular Cell Biology of Trypanosomes, Leishmania, and related model organisms, without restrictions on attendance. Researchers whose primary focus is on pathogenesis and drug development are also welcome. Presentations (talks and posters) of research-in-progress by young investigators are strongly encouraged, but the program will also feature overview talks by senior investigators, to respond to the often-heard complaint of students and postdocs that they rarely hear senior investigators discuss their work within a broader framework, which generally happens in the context of smaller invitation-only meetings. Overview speakers will be invited from among those who register to attend the meeting, with regard to the need for representative coverage of topics at current, recent, and future meetings. There will be no concurrent sessions. Any suggestions for coverage of specific topics in a workshop or panel format will be welcomed.
The meeting will commence with registration on the afternoon of Saturday April 27, with dinner followed by a scientific session and social mixer, and will conclude by noon on Wednesday, May 1. Please plan to stay until the end, there will be a free afternoon on Monday April 29.
Organizer: Christian Tschudi -
Barbara Burleigh, Harvard School of Public Health
Jay Bangs, University of Buffalo
Stephen M. Beverley, Washington University School of Medicine
Keith R. Matthews, University of Edinburgh
REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:
Deadline: Midnight EST. on February 19, 2019
Assignment for a talk or poster will be confirmed: March 27, 2019
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE REGISTERING
All registration, payment and abstract submissions must be conducted on-line. The registration process has been designed to help the meeting organizers keep track of registrations, abstracts and payments, to facilitate production of the printed abstract book, and to allow users continued access to their registration information and abstract submissions up until the registration deadline.
THE ABSTRACT BOOK WILL BE GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY FROM THE WEB SITE SO PLEASE FOLLOW THE FORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY. The organizer cannot guarantee that your errors will be corrected.
After registering you may submit your Abstract. You will receive an email confirmations for your abstract submissions. If you do not, then return to the abstract and redo the submission. Be patient, especially if you use a MAC to enter your abstract. The uploading can be slow.
Each person attending the conference must register separately. Because this is NOT a secure site and your password is not encrypted, DO NOT USE a password that you use for other purposes. DO NOT give your password to anyone else and do not use anyone else's password, as this could result in the accidental alteration or deletion of your abstract and registration information! To avoid this happening inadvertently, if you share a computer, you should clear the browser cache between registrations.
PAYMENT IS DUE UPON REGISTRATION:
The Conference Fees for 2019 have been revised.
We have adjusted the Fees for PostDocs and Students, to encourage more participation.
The inclusive Housing (twin bed, shared room) and Meals is:
PI/ Faculty, Others $850.00
Post Docs, Grad Students $750.00
Meeting and Meals registration, excluding MBL housing, for those who wish to reside off campus $550.00
The Abstract book will be available Online one week prior to the meeting. This year, we will only print the Abstract book for those that order a printed copy, $10.
If you do not have a credit card, you must coordinate registration with a colleague whom you can reimburse by cash or check (e.g., the head of your lab). In exceptional circumstances where credit card registration is impossible, please contact email@example.com
at MBL.CANCELLATION POLICY:
Cancellations MUST be made in writing prior to March 31, 2019 for a refund minus registration fees. Late cancellations are not refunded.
All abstracts will be presented either orally or in poster format.
Please indicate your preference. Speakers will be selected on the basis of their abstracts and at the discretion of the program committee. It is expected that the individual submitting an abstract will personally present the poster or talk. We can consider only one abstract per registration.
The abstract book with a detailed schedule will be available on the KMCB-Home Page approximately one week prior to the start of the meeting.
By submitting an abstract, you are agreeing to the publication of the abstract and author list on the KMCBM web site.
If you require accommodations for either Friday April 26 or Wednesday May 1 night , these must be reserved in advance by contacting MBL Conferences
at MBL (508) 289-7668.
Availability of these rooms is VERY LIMITED and an additional fee must be paid in advance. This fee does not include meals.
Questions about the Marine Biological Laboratory should be directed to MBL Conferences
(+1-508-289-7668 (tel)); +1-508-540-7187 (fax)) 7 MBL Street, Woods Hole MA 02543-1015, USA).
Questions or comments about scientific content and program organization should be directed to Christian Tschudi
ABOUT THE MEETING SITE:The Marine Biological Laboratory
in Woods Hole, Massachusetts is an ideal setting for a scientific meeting, offering excellent meeting facilities with inexpensive dining and sleeping accommodations. For those not wishing to stay at the MBL, a list of alternative housing options
are available, for which you must make your own arrangements.
Public bus service connects the MBL with Logan Airport (Boston), downtown Boston and Green Airport (Providence). For information about buses check the Peter Pan Bus Lines web site