If participants do not have their confirmation receipt, they may be asked to present a photo ID at registration in order to collect registration materials. Registration materials will not be provided without a photo ID. Furthermore, registrants agree not to allow any other individual to participate in their place unless conference management has been notified of the change.
Full payment must accompany your registration. Registration will not be processed with incomplete payment. Method of payments accepted is: Check, Visa, Master Card and American Express. Cash payment can be provided onsite at the meeting.
Purchase orders are not accepted.
Letters of inviation may be obtained through the registration system after registering for the conference. They are only given after registering.
Exhibitors or Sponsors may ask to scan your badge at exhibit booths and/or session rooms. This is optional and your badge does not have to be scanned. Please note, if you scan your badge at an exhibit booth you are opting in to receive communication or information from that company. You will be subject to communication from those individual companies. EB is not responsible for their use of your information.
Upon registering for Experimental Biology 2020, you affirmed that you agreed to allow official Experimental biology photographers to record your participation and reproduce your likeness in publications, online, etc.
Complimentary registration is available for qualified press to cover EB 2020. Pre-registration for members of the media and freelance writers are encouraged. Please view our full press credentials policy and learn about the registration process.
For copyright reasons, recordings of any kind are prohibited without prior consent of meeting management. Please check with the Meeting Management Office to see if a session is being recorded. Any presenter being recorded during sessions or at the conference must inform the societies or management office prior to the meeting (Photo/Video Policy Link).
Smoking is not permitted at any meeting functions. This includes general sessions, concurrent sessions, workshops, luncheons, receptions, and in the exhibit hall. Attendees should adhere to any signage preventing or authorizing smoking in certain locations.
Parents or guardians may bring children under the age of 17 to educational and social events provided the children do not disrupt the event. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in the exhibit hall. Under no circumstances are children under the age of 12 allowed in the exhibit hall during exhibitor set up and dismantle times.
Please do not leave valuables, personal items such as electronic items, purses, wallets, briefcases, backpacks, mobile devices, etc. unsecured or unattended in public areas. Attendees are responsible for their items and Meeting Management cannot be held responsible. If you should lose an item onsite, please check with the Meeting Management office or the Convention Center Security.
Meeting badges should be worn at all times while in the Convention Center. This allows you access to meeting events and the exhibit hall. However, for safety reasons, please remember to remove your badge when you are outside of the events and facilities.
Authorship is defined as 1) substantial contributions to conception and design, or acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data; 2) drafting the abstract or revising it critically for important intellectual content; and 3) final approval of the version to be published. Authors should meet conditions 1, 2, and 3.
Submission of an abstract to EB constitutes a commitment by the author(s) to scientifically defend their work in the format (poster, oral presentation, or both) assigned by the host society. Failure to do so, if not justified, may result in a notice of retraction in The FASEB Journal or may jeopardize future acceptance of abstracts.
Only the first author may present the paper, unless prior approval has been received from the Executive Officer/Director of the society to which the abstract is submitted. The first author must find a replacement speaker if more than one of his/her abstracts is programmed at the same time.
You may be first author of more than one volunteered scientific paper provided that each submission represents distinct research.
Authors are not permitted to submit an abstract on work that has previously been published. Exception: if additional data/research is added to a previously published abstract the abstract may be accepted.
The person designated in the abstract submission as the “Sponsor” on section 4 of the submission, attests to:
The abstract submitter has the approval of all authors and sponsors listed in the application to publish and present the information contained in the abstract.