24th Molecular Medicine Day - 18 March 2020

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Registration for the Molecular Medicine Day

To: Those who are interested in the Molecular Medicine Day (members and non-members).

This year, the 24th  Molecular Medicine Day will be held on Wednesday 18th of March 2020 at Concert Hall & Congress Center De Doelen, Jurriaanse Room, Rotterdam. The MolMed Day is a one full day event for all members of the school, socializing and covering the different fields of research of the school. This event is a very good opportunity to get to know people outside your own department and to get an overview of the scope of research performed within the school.
Registration will be available from Monday 18th of November, 2019 via our website: www.molmed.nl
Hereby we invite all PhD-students, Postdocs and Research Technicians from the Postgraduate School Molecular Medicine, to register for this day and to submit an abstract for either a poster or an oral presentation.
The deadline to send your abstract will be Monday 3rd of February 2020 at 09.00 hours.



Use only Verdana 10 for the abstract!!
Abstracts should contain a maximum of 3000 characters for the whole text including all the spaces (which is about 450 words). We use a standard abstract format of four paragraphs with separate headings.
Please only insert text, NO HEADINGS, because these are made automatically.
Do NOT USE hard returns at the end of the lines.
Your TITLE in CAPITAL LETTERS should give a clear indication of the research and refer to the actual content of the abstract.
Avoid non-standard abbreviations in the title.
Please indicate a suitable topic for your abstract (i.e. infectious diseases, immunology etc.)

There are two examples abstracts available: example 1 and example 2
More infromation about submitting an abstract will be availble after registration (NB registration and submitting an abstract must be done together)

ADDITIONAL: Authors/affiliations/headings/keywords/research themes

For each author of your abstract, type the first name followed by his or her initials (with a point behind each initial) and surname. Underline the name of the presenting author. Use a new line to specify the name of the department(s) and institute(s) of the various authors.
The abstract content has a maximum of 3000 characters including spaces. For the abstract content, use the four headings of the format on the website: (1) Introduction; (2) Materials & methods; (3) Results; (4) Discussion & conclusion.
Add 5 keywords at the end.
Indicate which sub-theme of the Molecular Medicine School suits best the research, based on the four main themes of the school and if possible the subtheme:
1.       Endocrinology, metabolism & aging
2.       Haematopoiesis, lymphopoiesis & immune regulation
3.       Solid Tumors
4.       Infections & host response
Indicate whether you are a PhD student, Postdoc, Research technician, etc.
Indicate at the bottom of your abstract whether you prefer an oral or a poster presentation, and if you will allow us to publish your abstract on the website of the school as well.
On behalf of the the Molecular Medicine Day Organizing Committee,

Frank van Vliet, Sharesma Ghiraw and Bernadet Voskuilen.

Room Ae-4.13
PO Box 2040
3000 CA Rotterdam
Tel.: 010-70 38053

Frank van Vliet
Managing Director Molecular Medicine

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