The International Conference on Gram-Positive Pathogens (ICG+P) will open its online system for abstract submissions in 2014.
You must register for the conference before submitting your abstract. Upon successful completion of registering, you will receive a confirmation code that will be needed when you submit your abstract.
The presenting author is required to attend the ICG+P Meeting 2014. The presenting author should be the submitter of the abstract.
All abstracts must be submitted via the online abstract submission system using the following guidelines. Abstracts should be uploaded as a PDF file.
Abstracts must be in their final state, which will be reproduced from the online submission, so any errors will be printed as submitted. All listed authors must be in agreement of submitted work.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference book and made available to all registered participants in printed and electronic form.
Abstracts must be created using the following guidelines, which can also be downloaded as a ICG+P Abstract Guidelines PDF.
11 points size
Standard sentence capitalization - no ALL capitalization
Should be concise, but there is no maximum character limitation
First, middle initial, and last name(s)
Associated affiliation(s), city, state, and country
250 words maximum, not including title and author listing
One paragraph maximum
Text only – no graphics
No references or acknowledgements of financial support
Receipt of Abstract
The online abstract submission system will provide a confirmation page as soon as you complete the submission process. Keep this for your files.
The ICG+P executive committee will make every effort to give oral presentations to investigators who have requested this format. However, preference for oral presentations will be given to pre- and post-doctoral trainees and selected junior faculty.
Oral presentations should be 15 minutes in length with 5 minutes for question and answer session. Posters should be no more than 4’ x 3’.