Tin Tin Su, Chair
Noah K. Whiteman
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Select a requested presentation type: oral or poster
Select a primary session topic area (01-19) from the following list. Note that oral sessions will adhere as closely as possible to the topic areas below, but are subject to modification based on the distribution of research areas among submitted abstracts.
01 Intracellular Dynamics: Cytoskeleton, Organelles & Trafficking
02 Cell Biology & Signal Transduction
03 Cell Division & Growth Control
04 Cell Death & Immunity
05 Physiology, Metabolism, Growth & Aging
07 Stem Cells
08 Neural Development & Physiology
09 Neural Circuits & Behavior
10 Models of Human Disease: Neurodegeneration & Neurological Disorders
11 Models of Human Disease: Developmental & Physiological Disorders
12 Evolution & Population Genetics
13 Evolution of Development, Other Species
14 Patterning, Morphogenesis & Organogenesis
15 Regulation of Gene Expression
16 Chromatin & Epigenetics
17 RNA Biology
18 Techniques & Technology
19 Educational Initiatives
Select whether you want to be entered in the Genetics Society of America Poster Award Competition. You are eligible if you are:
A GSA Member and;
The first and presenting author and;
A graduate or undergraduate student
Enter all the author names and institutions. Do NOT use UPPERCASE letters for the author information.
Incorrect: JANE SMITH Correct: Jane Smith
Enter abstract title. Do not format the entire title with UPPERCASE or bold letters.
Incorrect: EVOLUTION IN MENDELIAN POPULATIONS Correct: Evolution in Mendelian populations
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Drosophila has been a favored model organism for teaching genetics for many years. Submit an abstract on your latest innovation in genetics and genomics education. You may submit education abstracts in addition to your research topic abstracts.
If space allows, late abstracts may be submitted from December 1, 2017–February 2, 2018. You must submit late abstracts via the late abstract submission program. If accepted, these abstracts will not appear in the Program Book but will be available in a separate list online only. These abstracts will not be considered for oral presentation and will not be available through the searchable online program planner.
No. Few users have difficulty in completing the online submission. If you do have a problem we suggest that you try another computer and/or browser. Some combinations of certain computers and browsers on occasion may cause problems.
No, if you exit the program before you click on "submit your abstract," your information will be lost and you will need to start over. You may minimize your screen while you work in another program but do not exit the abstract form.
This will be determined by your own computer system. We do not recommend using the cut and paste option when it involves special characters (such as super- or subscripts, Greek characters etc.), you will need to confirm and repair any missing characters using the palette or special characters menu on the submission application. You will also need to make sure you put your authors, abstract title, and abstract body in the correct fields.
Authors often find a discrepancy in the keystroke count on their word processors and the character count in the abstract submission program because these counts are computed differently. To be certain that your abstract is successfully submitted, use the character count on the submission application as your guide.
During the submission process, you likely entered your title twice (one in the title field and again in the body of the text). You need to revise your abstract and remove the title from the abstract body. You will need your last name, abstract control number, and personal ID number to revise your abstract.
All revisions must be completed by [REVISION DEADLINE).
For security purposes, the presenting author's name cannot be changed. To change the presenting author's name, you must withdraw the abstract, then resubmit with the new name. This must be done by the submission deadline of November 17, 2017.
Yes. Go to the submission site and click on "Revise My Abstract." You will need your last name, abstract control number, and personal ID number. Revisions may be submitted now through [REVISION DEADLINE]
After [REVISION DEADLINE] no revisions will be permitted.
For security purposes, the presenting author's name on a previously submitted abstract MAY NOT BE CHANGED. To change the presenting author's name you must withdraw the previously submitted abstract and submit a new abstract in the new author's name. For questions contact [MEETING DIRECTOR NAME] at [MEETING DIRECTOR EMAIL]
To withdraw an abstract, return to the submission site and select "Withdraw My Abstract." You will need your abstract control number, personal ID number, and presenting author's last name. Select the appropriate button to withdraw an abstract. The presenting author and the Meeting Manager will be informed of the withdrawal.
If you are submitting your abstract on the last two days leading up to the deadline, you may experience some slowness because of the number of people using the system. While we have made every effort to ensure efficient receipt of all abstracts, extreme stress on the system may result in a slower submission process. Please submit EARLY to avoid frustrations. We cannot extend the deadline past November 16, 2017.
Program assignments will be posted on the meeting website on January 8, 2018. Information will not be available before this time. You will not receive an e-mail with your assignment. Please remember to check the website after this date.