The Large Animal Genetic Engineering Summit Committee invites abstracts to be submitted for Poster and Oral Presentations.
Participants who wish to give a presentation at the summit are requested to submit an abstract for review by the organizing committee. Abstracts that demonstrate scientific merit will be accepted for poster presentations. Everyone presenting a poster will be expected to give either a 2-minute flash talk or an invited 15-minute presentation. Selection for invited 15-minute oral presentations will be based on scientific merit and priority will be given to abstracts that relate to the main session topics. A minimum of four young investigators (students or post-doctoral fellows) who submit abstracts will be selected to receive $500 travel awards. The organizing committee reserves the right to decide on the final form of presentation. The first author or a representative is required to present at the LAGE Summit.
April 15, 2020
If you are a young investigator and want your abstract considered for a $500 travel award, please indicate that you want to be considered for a travel award and your current academic standing (undergraduate student, MS candidate, Ph.D. candidate, or post-doctoral fellow) on the abstract submission form.
Please prepare your abstract as a Microsoft Word Document and submit it at the link at the bottom of this page. Please check spelling prior to submission to avoid errors.
Abstract Preparation Guidelines
Font: Times New Roman 12
Title: Use title case (capitalize the first letter of major words) and bold text.
Authors: Give both first and last names and use a superscripted numeral after the name to indicate the institutional affiliation. Underline the name of the presenting author.
Affiliation: Give the department, institution, city, state and country.
Abstract text: Please keep text to 350 words or less. Subheadings are allowed but not required.
Sample for Header Information
Trophoblast MHC Class I Expression is Associated with Immune-Mediated Abortion of Bovine Fetuses Produced by Cloning
Heloisa M. Rutigliano1, Aaron J. Thomas1,2, Amanda Wilhelm1, Benjamin R. Sessions1, Kenneth L. White1, Christopher J. Davies2
1 Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, UT, USA; 2 Center for Integrated BioSystems, Utah State University, Logan, UT, USA