France BioImaging 4th Annual Meeting: Future challenges in BioImaging, April 14 2017, Institut Curie – Paris
On Friday April 14 2017, we will have the pleasure to welcome you to our Annual Meeting, to be held at the Curie Institute (Paris, France). This event, open to all members of the bioimaging community, aims to provide a platform to discuss pivotal subject matters in our field. This year, the France BioImaging Annual meeting will focus on the topic of “Future challenges in BioImaging”.
This main topic will be divided into six “challenges”, as described below:
Of the six challenges, four were selected to be part of the final program : Challenges 1, 2, 3 & 5. Challenges 4 & 6 will be represented during the poster session.
SCHEDULE & PROGRAM
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The call for abstracts is now closed.
However, you can still find specifications for your poster in the following document:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who can participate?
The meeting is open to all members of the bioimaging community (within and outside the France BioImaging community) who are eager to share their thoughts, ideas and research on the challenges described above.
How can I participate?
Anyone can participate by submitting an abstract for an oral presentation as part of the sessions, or for a poster presentation.
How can I submit an abstract?
Abstracts are to be submitted at the time of registration.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Can I choose the kind of presentation I want to give?
During the registration process, one can choose whether to give an oral or a poster presentation. However, due to the limited amount of slots available for oral presentations, submissions that have not been selected to be part of a session can still be presented during the poster session. Candidates also have the option to apply for an oral presentation only, or a poster presentation only.
How much does the meeting cost?
Registration is free, and lunch and coffee breaks will be provided on site. However, travel and accommodation expenses are to be covered by participants.
Institut Curie, 12 rue Lhomond, 75005 Paris, France