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Registration for the FishMed2018 conference has started on October 1, 2017 and will be closed on November 30, 2017

2nd International FishMed Conference on Zebrafish Research (FishMed2018) will be held on March 25-27, 2018 at IIMCB, Warsaw, Poland.

Registration

Registration for the FishMed2018 conference has started on 1 October 2017 and will be closed on 30 November 30 2017. Registration is required for all conference participants.

Registration fee

Registration fee for undergraduate students and PhD students

     80 EUR

Registration fee for other participants

     160 EUR

Registration fee includes conference materials, lunches, coffee breaks, and two social events Get together and Wine&Cheese Party.



Abstract submission

Please note that submission of abstracts requires prior registration of presenting author via the conference website. A link to the abstract submission platform will become available only after successful registration.



Young FishMed

If you wish to take part in the competition for Young FishMed talk, please mark it in the registration form. Young FishMed sessions were designed to give early stage researchers (undergraduate students, PhD students, and postdoctoral fellows) a possibility to present their work. The abstracts will be evaluated and selected by the Scientific Committee.

Poster competition

Outstanding posters presented at the FishMed2018 will be awarded.

 

Important dates

Registration deadline

    30 November 2017

Abstract submission deadline

    30 November 2017

Participation notification

    22 December 2017

Abstract acceptance notification

    22 December 2017

Payment deadline

    15 January 2018


2nd International FishMed Conference on Zebrafish Research 
(FishMed2018) will be held on March 25-27, 2018 at the International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw (IIMCB), Poland. IIMCB organizes this event to share the most recent knowledge and developments in zebrafish research. The program will include keynote lectures, plenary talks, short oral presentations, poster sessions, and extensive time for discussions. The special focus of the conference is early stage researchers, for whom dedicated competitive sessions called Young FishMed [have been designed. Thus, fourteen early stage researchers who submit the best abstracts will be invited to give short presentations: Young FishMed talks.
More information at www.fishmed2018.pl