Computational and Systems Biology of Cancer
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Individuals wishing to attend the conference must register either onlineor by returning the registration form found above. Places at the conference are on a first-come, first-served basis, according to date of registration. Registration forms will not be processed without full payment. Copies of checks, government, or other payment orders cannot be accepted.
AACR members must include their member ID number on the registration form or log into their member account when registering online to obtain the member rates (member dues must be paid through 2014 prior to registering). Online registrations will be confirmed by email immediately. All other registrations will be confirmed by email approximately three weeks after receipt. Receipts can also be obtained online at www.myaacr.org
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Authors who submit an abstract of a paper confirm that they have not previously published these data, that they have
not previously presented them at a large national annual scientific meeting, and that they are not planning to present or
publish them prior to the dates of this AACR conference.
The Conference Co-Chairpersons will evaluate the scientific quality of the submitted abstracts on the basis of the following
criteria: novelty of the research, significance of the findings, and clarity. Authors should be particularly cognizant of the
importance of setting forth the objectives and hypotheses of the study in a clear, succinct manner and of summarizing the
new, unpublished results. If an abstract is poorly written such that the Conference Co-Chairpersons cannot determine its
novelty and importance, the paper will not be accepted for presentation at the conference.
Authors submitting abstracts for presentation at this AACR conference should consider the following:
1. Abstracts must describe in a succinct manner the purposes and results of the research so that the quality,
originality, and comprehensiveness of the work can be evaluated by the Conference Co-Chairpersons. Each
abstract should contain: (a) an introductory sentence indicating the purposes of the study; (b) a brief description
of pertinent experimental procedures; (c) a summary of the new, unpublished data; and (d) a statement of the
conclusions. Authors must accept sole responsibility for the statements in their abstracts. American spelling
should be used throughout.
2. Titles should be indicative of the content of the abstract. All words necessary to identify the subject matter should
be included in the title to facilitate electronic retrieval (if applicable). Avoid nonstandard abbreviations in abstract
3. Abbreviations may be used in the body of an abstract if they are defined at their first mention in the text. Complex
therapeutic regimens must be identified.
4. The combined length of the abstract title and body should not exceed 4,000 characters (including spaces). The
author and institution list is not included in the character limit. The online submitter will not accept abstracts that
exceed this limit.
5. PLEASE NOTE: The AACR is committed to the advancement of cancer research and the cure and prevention of
cancer through the facilitation of communication and full dissemination of knowledge among scientists and others
dedicated to the cancer problem. Therefore, the AACR requires strict compliance with the following regulation:
o When biological or chemical data pertaining to chemical entities are an integral part of the research, the
chemical structure, method of preparation, and patent or reference numbers must be presented. If for any
reason this information cannot be provided when the paper is presented at the conference, the abstract
on this work should not be submitted for consideration.
6. Because of administrative and time constraints, supplemental data submitted along with the abstract cannot be
transmitted to the Conference Co-Chairpersons for review.
7. The accuracy of the submitted abstract is the responsibility of the authors. Every effort will be made to publish the
abstract exactly as submitted. Authors should prepare and proofread their abstracts carefully prior to submission.
Errors made on your submitted abstract are likely to appear in print.
8. Authors are strongly encouraged to print a hard copy of their abstract for their records before submitting.
9. All PRESENTERS must register to attend this AACR conference.
10. If an abstract is accepted and the PRESENTER does not register, the abstract may be withdrawn.
11. Abstract submitters will receive an initial notification of receipt in the form of a confirmation screen. Notifications of
abstract receipt will be sent to the ABSTRACT SUBMITTER and PRESENTER.