ORGANISE A SESSION AT THE SEB 2018 ANNUAL MEETING
Deadline: 1 march 2017
SEB Members are invited to submit proposals and funding requests to organise sessions at the SEB 2018 Annual Meeting taking place from 3-6 July 2018 in Florence, Italy. Your proposal and funding request will be submitted to the relevant SEB Section (animal, plant, cell).
The SEB Annual Meeting takes place over 4 days and a total of 72 half day sessions are being organised for the duration of the meeting.
For each half day session organised free registration is offered by SEB for one keynote and one invited speaker, as well as up to £500 travel towards travel costs for the keynote speaker.
The sessions will cover animal, plant and cell biology, as well as educational topics within the umbrella of our SEB+ Section. Session proposals are accepted for Animal, Plant and Cell Biology topics.
- Plant and Cell Biology Session proposals: Proposals for Plant and Cell Biology can be submitted openly.
- Animal Biology Session Proposals: For our 2018 Meeting the Animal Section will be running three themes. Session proposals will therefore need to be sumitted for topics within these three themes only.
See Animal Biology themes here.
How to apply
To propose a session and apply for funding please complete the Annual Meeting Session Proposal Form. Return your form by email to email@example.com with the subject line "Annual Meeting Session Proposal" by the advertised deadline.
terms and conditions
If your proposal is accepted, a number of Terms and Conditions apply including:
- You will need to work collaboratively with the SEB in organising the session as follows:
- You will be the scientific organiser of the session and therefore you will be responsible for organising the scientific programme
- the SEB will be responsible for organising the logistics of the meeting including: managing abstract submission, registrations, advertising and publicity, budget management.
- After the meeting you must also send us a write-up on the session
Read the full Terms and Conditions. These are also attached at the end of the application form.