Whether you are a senior scientist at the height of your career, a student planning to attend your very first scientific conference, or anyone in between, take a moment to check out our five tips for writing a great abstract #ASIP2022 at #ExpBio
Whether you are a senior scientist at the height of your career, a student planning to attend your very first scientific conference, or anyone in between, take a moment to check out our five tips for writing a great abstract.
- Have a catchy title. Be concise and creative with your title. Don’t forget to reference your conclusion in your title.
- Write for a broad audience. EB covers a wide array of topics, so be sure to write your abstract so it can be understood by researchers in other disciplines. Avoid acronyms when possible.
- State your problem up front. Clearly describe the problem you’re solving with your research. Provide a clear hypothesis or objective upfront.
- Focus on your findings, not your methods. A brief statement about your methods is usually sufficient. Be sure to focus primarily on your findings.
- Talk about the significance of the research. Include a sentence or two describing the significance of the study and what it means for your field.
Submit an abstract today Today’s the day! The abstract submission system for Experimental Biology (EB) 2022 is now open. Don’t miss the opportunity to present at the world’s largest meeting in the life sciences covering research in anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology and physiology.
Register now Registration for EB 2022 is also now open. With thousands of attendees each year, EB is the ideal venue for researchers of all career levels to: Present their research. Network with their colleagues. Follow the latest advancements in their fields. Build their careers.
COVID-19 As scientific societies working in the life sciences, we support vaccines and vaccine research as essential tools in the fight against disease, including the current pandemic. For the health and safety of our members and community, EB 2022 is requiring COVID-19 vaccines for anyone attending the event.
The end of an era For many years, Experimental Biology has been the world’s largest cross-disciplinary meeting in the life sciences. 2022 marks the end of an era: The last EB meeting. We plan to go out with a BANG!
Be sure to submit an abstract to present – it’s your last chance to get this kind of cross-disciplinary visibility for your research at one meeting.