When you submit an abstract, you will be asked to approve the following statement: “I have read, understand, and agree to the rules and guidelines.” Your abstract will not be programmed if this box has not been checked.
All abstracts must be submitted online. Please note: Regular abstract submission - All abstracts will be programmed
as posters and reviewed by the session chairs and scientific organizers for possible inclusion in a concurrent session.
If you are asked to give a talk in a concurrent session, you are required to also present a poster. For all authors that have
already been asked to be in a concurrent session and are an INVITED CONCURRENT SESSION SPEAKER - Abstracts
will be submitted as a poster submission but, you will not have to present a poster and will only be programmed to give an oral presentation.
By submitting an abstract, you agree to attend the meeting and present your work. If a presenting author must cancel for some reason,
it is their responsibility to designate one of the co-authors as their replacement. Abstracts cannot be withdrawn after the revision
deadline of December 6, 2018.
The abstract should include a statement of purpose, methods used, and a summary of results in sufficient detail to support the conclusion.
Avoid statements such as "results will be described."
Abstracts will appear online exactly as submitted, i.e., no corrections, additions, revisions, or deletions can be made by GSA staff. The
submitting author may make revisions and corrections via the revision program. All revisions must be made no later than the revision
deadline of December 6, 2018. Proof your text carefully before submitting.
All accepted abstracts will be scheduled at the discretion of the Conference Organizers and Session Chairs.
You must submit each abstract online and pay the non-refundable, per abstract fee of $30 Members/$60 Non-Members. To receive the member
fee, the submitting author must be a 2019 GSA member. The same person may submit multiple abstracts, but a separate fee is payable
for each submission. If the submitter is also the presenting author and submits more than one abstract, a secondary author must be
attending and prepared to present in the case of conflicts.
The Organizers reserve the right to decline any submitted abstracts that lack scientific content or merit, or merely announce the availability
of a resource or service.
By attending the Conference, you grant GSA the right to use your photograph, name, and likeness for use in GSA educational, news, or promotional
materials. Please note that the use of cameras and other recording devices in oral and poster sessions is strictly prohibited without
express permission from the presenter or an authorized GSA representative.
Publication of Abstracts
Abstracts selected for presentation will be available online by March 1, 2019, which will be considered the official publication date. The
full abstract text will only be available online in the mobile app and as a printable PDF.
Social Media/Photo/Video Policy
Live tweeting of presentations is allowed unless the speaker explicitly opts out by stating so at the start of his or her talk. Taking or sharing
photos or videos of posters is permitted only with the presenter’s consent during the assigned poster session. Taking photos of posters
while the presenter is not present is strictly prohibited. By attending a GSA conference, you grant GSA the right to use your photograph,
name, and likeness for use in GSA educational, news, or promotional materials.
The Genetics Society of America - Abstract Licensing Agreement
In consideration of the Genetic Society of America's (GSA's) acceptance of the abstract, the presenting author grants GSA a nonexclusive, perpetual,
worldwide license to copy, reproduce and publish the abstract in the online Abstract PDF and/or other compilations or collective works
to be assembled and owned by GSA (together, "Collective Works") in any form or medium now existing or hereafter created throughout the
The presenting author understands and agrees that GSA shall own all rights, including copyright, in and to the Collective Works including the
distribute, reproduce, license, display, perform, lend, lease, or transfer rights to the Collective Works to third parties,
prepare derivative works of the Collective Works, and
register the Collective Works in GSA’s own name with the US Copyright Office.