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Call for Abstracts Extended to May 30 - Europe Biobank Week 2019 in Lübeck
Join us in beautiful Lübeck, Germany, from 8-11 October for Europe Biobank Week 2019!
|Europe Biobank Week 2019 will be held on 8-11 October at the Music and Conference Center (MuK) in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck, Germany.
Europe Biobank Week is the largest European conference on biobanking that will give you the chance to be at the forefront of the latest challenges of biobanking. Over 500 professionals (from academia, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, biobank associations, scientific institutes, hospitals, etc), patients and government representatives from more than 30 countries will exchange and gather insights.
This event offers 4 impactful days of influential keynote presentations, dynamic discussions on precision medicine and biobanking promoting a healthier world, networking events, and a robust showcase of more than 50 interactive exhibits, technological advancements, and product innovations.
Do not miss the opportunity to get top-notch education by learning the latest developments and best practices in the biobanking field, get involved in compelling discussions on important activities for biobanking and biopreservation of samples and data for biological and environmental research and discover new prospects for cooperation and collaboration.
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In preparation for the conference, over 20 session topics have been identified that address best practices for core components of biobanking or serve as “hot topic” sessions that will provide the latest perspectives on key issues such as precision medicine confronting our profession!
With this call for abstracts, we are now looking for your input as participants in these sessions. Our goal is to provide our conference attendees with the best content possible for each and every one of these topics. Abstract Submission ends 30 May!
|The Europe Biobank Week 2019 Organizing Committee invites the submission of abstracts under the following presentation formats:
- Oral presentations – the familiar presentation session consisting of about 10-minute speeches, followed by questions and discussion.
- Poster presentations – structured as an academic presentation but with creative visuals of your research and/or organizational processes presented on a poster board.
Learn more about the Abstract Submission Guidelines and how to apply here.
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