SIVB Student and Post Doc Presentation Competitions

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SIVB Student and Post Doc Presentation Competitions

SIVB is pleased to announce that the Post Doctoral and Graduate Student Oral and Poster Competitions will be held during this year’s meeting. SIVB believes that fostering the growth and professional development of its members to enhance their careers, including graduate students and post docs, is essential to the continuing success of any organization. These competitions are held during the meeting to encourage the development of those members just establishing their careers. When you submit your abstract, you will have the ability to inform us that you want to compete in these events.

 

Plant Biotechnology Post Doctoral Oral Presentation Competition

To support the Society’s vision to encourage education and scientific informational exchange and recognize outstanding post docs, the Plant Biotechnology Section is pleased to announce the 2017 Post-Doctoral Oral Presentation Competition. Post-Doctoral candidates wishing to participate in this competition should submit a copy of their abstract with its title and submission ID number to Dr. Geny Anthony (GIAnthony@dow.com) or Dr. Piero Barone (pbarone@dow.com) and check that option when they submit their abstract. Postdoctoral competition finalists will be selected based on the quality of the abstracts. The abstract should address the following: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusions. Where appropriate, the methods section should include a description of how reproducible results were ensured. The abstract must not include references. The abstract text must not exceed 1800 characters. A panel of judges will evaluate the presentations at the meeting. Criteria for the evaluation include experimental design, data analysis, proper interpretation of the results, originality of the study, technical difficulty, appearance and ability of the post-doctoral candidate to present it. Winners will be presented with a certificate and a cash award at the meeting. Please notice the DEADLINE to submit your abstract for the SIVB Oral Presentation Competition has been EXTENDED through February 9, 2017.

 

In Vitro Animal Cell Sciences Student and Post Doctoral Oral Presentation Competition

The In Vitro Animal Cell Sciences Section of the Society for In Vitro Biology is pleased to announce the 2017 Student and Post-Doctoral Oral Presentation Competition. This competition serves as a platform to recognize the research work and achievements of outstanding students and post-docs, and aims to encourage education and the exchange of scientific information during the conference. Three competition finalists will be selected based on the quality of the abstracts and the merit of the scientific findings. The abstract text should include the following sections: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusions. Where appropriate, the methods section should indicate relevant statistical analysis. The abstract should not exceed 1800 characters, and it should not include references. A panel of expert judges will grade the presentations at the Oral Presentation Competition session. Criteria that would be evaluated include the experimental design, data analysis, proper interpretation of the results, originality of the study, technical difficulty, appearance and ability of the finalist to explain the research work and adherence to the allocated time for the presentation. Winners will be presented with a certificate and a cash award at the meeting. Please note that the DEADLINE to submit your abstract for the SIVB Oral Presentation Competition has passed.

 

Plant Biotechnology Student Oral Presentation Competition

To support the Society’s vision to encourage education and scientific informational exchange and recognize outstanding post docs, the Plant Biotechnology Section is pleased to announce the 2017 Student Oral Presentation Competition. Student competition finalists will be selected based on the quality of the abstracts. The abstract should address the following: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusions. Where appropriate, the methods section should include a description of how reproducible results were ensured. The abstract must not include references. The abstract text must not exceed 1800 characters. A panel of judges will evaluate the presentations at the meeting. Criteria for the evaluation include experimental design, data analysis, proper interpretation of the results, originality of the study, technical difficulty, appearance and ability of the student candidate to present it. Winners will be presented with a certificate and a cash award at the meeting. Please notice the DEADLINE to submit your abstract for the SIVB Oral Presentation Competition has passed.

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