Our Conference Site is open for Abstract submission:
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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.
Rates and Deadlines
|Regular + Tutorial
|Member + Tutorial
|Student + Tutorial
|Student (DGfZ Member) + Tutorial
Travel Support for Young Scientists
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.
Submission & Deadline
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.
Reviewing Process and Nomination
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.