This year's RiboClub Annual Meeting will take place at the Hôtel Chéribourg from Monday September 20th to Wednesday September 22nd, 2010.
Keynotes speakers for this year's event are:
Flavour of the year
- Gordon Carmichael, University of Connecticut, USA
- Shinichi Nakagawa, RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Japan
- Archa Fox, Western Australian Institute for Medical Research, Australia
- Tetsuro Hirose, Functional RNomics Team, Biomedicinal Information Research Center, Tokyo
- Chandrasekhar Kanduri, Uppsala University, Sweden
- Linda Penn, Ontario cancer Institute, Canada
- Jürg Bähler, University College London, UK
- Andrew Chess, Harvard Medical School, USA
Alumnus of the year
Topic of the year: Communicating science to a fickle public
Registration period is over. This event is now passed. Be sure to come back next April for registration.
2010 Annual Meeting Program Preview
See 2010 RiboClub Annual Metting photo
Watch Poster prizes 2010 (Video)
Watch Presentation by Sherbrooke Film Orchestra (Video)
- Poster Guidelines:
- Poster board dimensions: 3ft (1m) width x 3ft (1m) height
- There are two ways to construct your poster:
1- As a single sheet of paper
2- By using multiple 8.5 by 11 pieces of paper as poster units
- Your poster will have a heading consisting of (1) the poster title, (2) author(s), (3) affiliation(s), (4) city and (5) country.
- Your poster can use text, graphs, and figures to describe your work.
- Any necessary equipment for attaching the sheets to the board will be available near the poster location. Please use only the provided materials in order not to damage the panels and enable a smooth removal afterwards.
The Organizers will select oral presentations from submitted abstracts list once submission period is done (after July 15) .
You need to select a talk session that correspond to your presentation.
By default, the presentation will be considered for a talk. The Organizers will select oral presentations from submitted abstracts list once submission period is done (after July 15) . If your talk is not selected, it will be considered for the poster session contest.