Time has been set aside on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoons for
individuals and groups/organizations to share research results, educational
resources, or other reports of potential interest to the attendees. This is
envisioned as an opportunity for students and post-docs to present ongoing
projects in an informal setting. Special consideration will be given to
abstracts submitted by minority or under-represented groups.
A number of student travel awards (waiver of registration fee, and up to
$600 for reimbursement of domestic travel costs) are available for students
or post-docs submitting accepted abstracts; please indicate your interest
in, and need for, such an award when submitting your abstract.
- Posters should be 36" by 48". Please submit an abstract for all posters
and oral presentations. Please submit the abstracts via by email to:
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- The deadline for submission has been extended to September 4, 2007 in order to maximize the diversity of presentations.
- Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words, in either Microsoft Word
format (Mac or PC .doc only -- no Office 2007 .docx or .docm files,
please), or in Rich Text Format (RTF).
- Abstracts should be single-spaced, and include a title, authors with
the presenting author indicated with an asterisk, and institutional
affiliation. After one blank line, the text should follow. Use the format
in the example below:
Defining the Underlying Pathway Structure of Metabolic Genotypes.
C.H. Schilling* & B.O. Palsson. University of California, San Diego.
Small genome sequencing and annotations are leading to definition of complete metabolic genotypes in an increasing number of organisms. Proteomics is beginning to give insights into the use of the metabolic genotype under given growth conditions. These data sets give the basis.......................