The German Society for Cytometry (DGfZ) announces the Klaus-Goerttler-Prize 2015 which comes with 1.000 Euro prize money and will be handed over during the 25th Annual Conference of the Society (October 7-9, 2015) in Berlin. Young, dedicated scientists are cordially invited to apply for the award.
Junior scientists with an excellent PhD, MD, master, bachelor thesis or equivalent work in the field of
cytometry are highly encouraged. The thesis should be finalized and/or published in an international
journal. (For details visit: http://bit.ly/1uNmReb)
Submission & Deadline
Documents (thesis, publication(s), CV, abstract, and reference Ietter if applicable) shall be submitted in digital form until July 31, 2015 to Dr. Hyun-Dong Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications will be reviewed by the council of the DGfZ. The award can be split between up to two applicants. The awardee(s) will be informed 4 weeks before the conference. Independent of the outcome, all applicants can register for the conference as „early registrants“ and will have the opportunity to present their work during the poster session.
The awardee will present his/her work during the Klaus-Goerttler session at the DGfZ meeting 2015 in Berlin. He/she will also be invited to co-chair the Klaus-Goerttler session at the 26th Annual Conference of the Society in 2016.
Dr. Hyun-Dong Chang
(President of the DGfZ e.V.)
Our Conference Site is open for Abstract submission: Click here to submit
Only abstracts with full registration until the given deadline will be considered for oral and/or poster presentations.
For any requests and conference-related issues please contact the organizers at email@example.com
Scientific sessions will begin on Wednesday 15th at 12:30 pm, you should therefore plan to arrive in the morning. The conference will finish on Friday afternoon.
Late registration is:
130 EUR for members after 6. September 2014
160 EUR for non members after 6. September 2014
80 EUR per student after 6. September 2014
Looking forward to welcome you in Dresden
June 23rd, 2014 DGfZ Posted in Dresden 2014 | Comments Off
Our Conference Site is open for Abstract submission:
Only participants with full registration can submit and will be considered for oral and/or poster presentations until the given deadline. So please register in advance, if you have not already done so.
The current topics of our conference program are:
All abstracts will be reviewed and assigned to sessions. If you submit an oral presentation abstract, it may be accepted as a poster.
The final deadline for abstract submission is August 28th 2014 for consideration for oral and/or poster presentations, as well as representation within the Abstract Book.
We encourage young scientists to submit Abstracts for oral presentation. The conference is a good opportunity to present your data to an interested audience in a friendly environment.
|Early Registrant||Normal Registrant|
|(until 01.09.2014)||(after 01.09.2014)|
|Regular + Tutorial||160€||190€|
|Member + Tutorial||110€||130€|
|Student + Tutorial||100€||120€|
|Student (DGfZ Member) + Tutorial||70€||90€|
The German Society for Cytometry (DGfZ e.V.) supports the active participation of young scientists in the 24th Annual Meeting with individual funding to cover part of the travel expenses (usually 50-70%).
Master, PhD, and MD students as well as young postdocs can apply for support.
CV and abstract shall be submitted in digital form at latest by August 26th 2014 to Prof. Dr. L. Kunz-Schughart (President of the DGfZ e.V.) at firstname.lastname@example.org. In parallel, applicants have to register as early registrants and submit their abstract online via http://www.dgfz.org.
Applications will be reviewed by the council of the DGfZ e.V. Eligible candidates will be nominated on a first come-first serve principle and will be informed within 2 weeks after submission.
Funding will be provided as reimbursement after the conference upon submission of the original receipts to the treasurer of the DGfZ e.V.
Dr. Torsten Viergutz, Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiologie (FBN), Wilhelm-Stahl-Allee 2, 18196 Dummerstorf. The originals will be sent back afterwards if required.