In association with the Journal of Medical Microbiology, this Focused Meeting on Emerging Zoonoses and AMR will take place Monday 2 July 2018 at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Surrey, UK.
Key topics covered will be:
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Abstract submission is now open.Submit your abstract
The submission deadline is Sunday 3 June 2018.
Abstracts will be reviewed by session chairs and members of the organising committee. You will be informed of the outcome directly. At this point you must confirm your attendance and register to secure your place.
By submitting an abstract to this conference, you are indicating to the session organisers your commitment to attend the event. Members and non-members alike are welcome to submit an abstract.
Abstracts should be a maximum of 250 words. The Society has produced a guide to give delegates some tips from the session organisers on how to write a great abstract, which can be downloaded below:How to... write a great abstract
Please note that the abstract is the only information session organisers use when deciding whether to accept your work for presentation as an offered oral or poster. If accepted, it will also be published in the abstract book for the conference – so think carefully about what needs to be included. Abstracts accepted as posters will be published in the online abstract book, and abstracts accepted as talks will be published in the printed conference guide.
In order to ensure your presentation runs smoothly, you are asked to comply with the following:
Those who are presenting a poster must ensure the work is presented as below. We cannot accommodate incorrectly formatted posters during the conference.
A Journal of Medical Microbiology poster prize will be awarded at the meeting. The prize will be awarded to a poster that presents particularly compelling or novel research in the journal's subject field, and will be presented by Journal of Medical Microbiology Section Editor Roberto La Ragione. The winner will receive a cash prize, certificate and a year's membership to the Microbiology Society.
Registration is now open.
|Early bird rate
Sunday 27 May
Full price rate
|Full and Full Concessionary Members||£150||£200|
|Postgraduate and Undergraduate Members||£75||£125|
Upon registration you should receive an automated confirmation email. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if after 24 hours this has not been received.
If you need a letter of invitation for a visa application, we will be happy to supply this after we have received full payment.
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Please note that all conference delegates are responsible for their own travel and visa arrangements; the Microbiology Society will not take any responsibility for travel or visa problems.
All registration fees must be paid in full BEFORE arrival at the meeting. Any outstanding registration fees must be paid before admittance will be granted to the meeting.
Refunds will not be provided.
Substitutions of attendees can be made at any time by contacting email@example.com.
This meeting will take place at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Surrey.
School of Veterinary Medicine
University of Surrey
Daphne Jackson Road
Plan your journey here.
The post code is: GU2 7AD
The closest station to the venue is Guildford station. The railway service is South Western Railway. There are frequent trains from London Waterloo.
You can plan your journey via National Rail's website.
From Guildford Station to the University of Surrey, it is a 35-minute walk or a 10-minute cab ride. Cabs are available at the station and a one-way trip costs approximately £10.
The nearest airport is London Heathrow. Public transport to the venue will take approximately 1½ hours. Alternatively, a cab is about a 30-minute drive.
Limited on-campus accommodation will be available.
Other options include:
Society Conference Grants will be available to support eligible members wishing to present at this Focused Meeting. Support is also available for members requiring support for caring costs associated with conference attendance. The closing date for applications is to be confirmed. You can apply for a grant before receiving notification about the outcome of your abstract submission. A conditional grant offer can be made without evidence of abstract acceptance if unavailable at the time of application, however evidence must be provided to claim any grant offered.
The event is run in association with the Journal of Medical Microbiology.
Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available for this meeting. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or download the exhibition pack.Exhibition Pack Emerging Zoonoses and AMR: A Global Threat