Call for Abstracts is now open!
Abstract submissions are welcome for consideration for the 16th Annual World Congress of the Human Proteome Organisation
which will be held in Dublin on 17-20th September 2017.
The abstract submission process for HUPO 2017 will be through an online submission portal. Submitters are requested to create an account and submit an abstract for review according to the guidelines set out on this page.
Opening of abstract submission – Wednesday 11th January
Closing date for submission of abstracts – Wednesday 5th April
Notification of acceptance of abstracts – Wednesday 22nd May
Accepted authors to be registered by – Wednesday 14th June
Congress dates – 17th – 21st September
There will be a variety of presentation awards and prizes. Please check back for future announcements.
An abstract can be submitted for presentation at the congress as one of the following:
- Oral or Poster
- Poster Only
If you apply for an oral presentation and are not successful you will be considered for a poster presentation
- Presenters may also be required to participate in a panel Q&A on the day.
- The Programme Committee may at its discretion move an accepted submission into another presentation category to ensure the continuity of the congress programme.
- Presentations should be created in PowerPoint and saved as PowerPoint or as a PDF. Specific details will be sent to accepted abstract submitters.
- Poster presenters will be expected to be available during the allocated Poster Session time on the congress programme.
- The poster should be of A0 size, portrait style and professionally printed. Posters should not be mounted on a rigid backing as they will be displayed on poster display boards.
- Please note that all expenses for the design, printing etc. of the poster are the responsibility of the presenters.
- At the congress it would be useful to have a leaflet/brochure to give to delegates.
- Only 1 abstract may be submitted per presenting author.
- Accepted abstracts may be designated as oral or poster presentations by the Programme Committee.
Abstracts must be submitted under one of the congress themes. The only language of the congress is English and all abstracts must be submitted in that language.
- Cellular proteomics
- New Technological Advances
- Disease and clinical proteomics
- Precision/personalized proteomics
- Drug and biopharmaceutical proteomics
- Human Proteome Project (HPP) (Track I: C-HPP)
- Human Proteome Project (HPP) (Track II: B/D-HPP)
- Systems, bioinformatics and integration of ‘omics’ data
Submission Guidelines and Templates:
Please adhere to the following formatting guidelines when preparing abstracts for submission for HUPO 2017. Abstracts not formatted to the following standards will not be accepted.
The system will ask you to input the following details:
- Title of the abstract (word limit is 15)
- Presentation type (Oral, Oral or Poster, Poster Only)
- Name, affiliation, and job title of lead and corresponding author
- Name, affiliation, and job title of co-author(s)
- Indicate the presenting author
- Abstract word limit of 300 words; Ensure that you use the abstract headings available in the template below. The headings are Background; Methods; Results; Conclusions; Keywords
- If you would not like to be considered for a presentation award, please tick the box.
How to submit an abstract
The presenting author must submit the abstract on their account. Once you enter the online submission portal, start by creating an account. Please keep a record of the account details you use to set up the account as you will require them to log into the HUPO 2017 submission and registration portals. You can then add your contact details and submit your abstract in the ‘Abstract Submission’ section in the system.
IMPORTANT: Please note that you can save your submission as a draft and return to edit the submission, but once it has been submitted the abstract cannot be edited after the deadline to submit an abstract (5th April).
Please submit an abstract by Wednesday 5th April. Follow the instructions carefully and choose an appropriate theme. Your abstract submission should be all text detailing the Background, Methods, Results, Conclusions, Keywords of the work you want to present.
Following review you will be informed by Wednesday 22nd May whether your contribution has been:
- (i) accepted for oral presentation;
- (ii) accepted for poster presentation
- (iii) not accepted.
Once your abstract has been submitted all presenting authors will be required to register by Wednesday 14th June in order to secure their place in the programme.
- Notification will be sent to authors by Wednesday 22nd May.
- When notified of acceptance, presenters are required to accept their offer by registering for the congress by Wednesday 14th Failure to register will result in the abstract being removed from the programme.
- Presenters may be recorded for live streaming. A recording of the presentation and a copy of the slides may be published online after the congress.
- Submitted abstracts, may be published in print and online after the congress.
- It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to communicate with results with other members of the presenting team.
- All abstracts must be submitted in English.