• Aptamers 2015
    2nd Oxford Symposium on Aptamers
    31 March-01 April 2015
    St Hilda's College, Oxford, UK

    Co-hosted with our 1st Therapeutic and Catalytic Oligonucleotides Symposium, Oligo 2015 on 30 March at St Hilda's College, Oxford, UK
  • Aptamers 2015
    2nd Oxford Symposium on Aptamers
    31 March-01 April 2015
    St Hilda's College, Oxford, UK

    Co-hosted with our 1st Therapeutic and Catalytic Oligonucleotides Symposium, Oligo 2015 on 30 March at St Hilda's College, Oxford, UK

Submit an Abstract

Aptamers 2015 would welcome poster proposals on the development and application of the aptamer technology until 16th February 2015.

Abstract Submission Policies:.

>The person submitting the abstract will be the first or the last author and will receive all communications regarding their abstract. Only one abstract per registered delegate is permitted. 

>Please use the provided ABSTRACT TEMPLATE for drafting your abstract and upload all information as a single file using the link below. Save your abstract file,e.g., for Dr David Jones, as Jones-RNAi15. Please do not send as a scanned image or a PDF file, which will not be considered.

>Please ensure that your abstract does not exceed 2000 characters with spaces (excluding title, authorship and contact/email information). Longer abstracts will not be considered.

>Please do not include subheadings, paragraphs, images or references.

>Acceptance of an abstract does not automatically imply commitment to financial support for the presenter. Limited financial support is available for invited academic speakers only. Industrial and non-invited speakers/poster presenters are expected to register as fee-paying delegates.

>You may submit your abstract for pre-approval, however, your Registration Fee must be paid in full and your abstract received by the advertised deadlines to be formally accepted for a presentation.

A limited number of poster abstracts will be selected for short oral presentations. Please clearly indicate if you wish your poster abstract to be considered for an oral presentation.