5th Biennial North American Society for Comparative Endocrinology
May 24-28, 2019
Abstract Submission and Guidelines
Submission EXTENDED Deadline: March 31st, 2019
*Please note that all abstracts submitted before the original deadline of February 15th, will be reviewed first and recieve notification by March 29th. Abstracts submitted after February 15th may not recieve notification until after March 29th.*
Submission acceptance notification: March 29, 2019
Please submit your abstract using the link below:
When you click this link you will be prompted to create an Abstractr log-in. You will need to authorize your account through an email confirmation. If you have any issues, please reach out to Erin Dinkel directly.
Each registered person is allowed to submit one abstract as presenting author. There is no limit on the number of abstracts submitted as co-author. The presenting author will be notified of the acceptance of the abstract.
PLEASE NOTE: Presenting author must be registered for the conference and pay the registration fee before abstracts are considered.
Abstracts must be summited in Microsoft Word format (.doc, .docx), using the abstract template.
- Advancement in Gene Editing and Their Applications
- Advances in Endocrine Disruption Science
- Aspects of Reproductive Endocrinology & Neuroendocrinology
- Co-evolution of Hormones and their Receptors
- Comparative Endocrinology of Osmoregulation
- Computational Tools in Comparative Endocrinology
- Endocrinology of Domestic and Wild Fauna
- GnRH-related Peptides in Metazoa: Recent Progress and Discoveries
- Growth and Growth Factors
- Hormonal Control of Germinal Stem Cell Development and Gametogenesis
- ISAREN: Epigenetic Analysis in Amphibian and Reptile Endocrinology and Neurobiology
- Metabolism Regulation
- Neuroendocrine Disruption of Animal Vocalizations and Socio-Sexual Behaviours
- Neuroendocrinology of Feeding
- Neuropeptide Signalling Pathways in Arthropods
- Non-coding RNA in Cell Signalling
- Novel Hormones and Hormonal Control
- Omics: Analysis of Genomes, Proteomes, Transcriptomes, and Metabolomes in Comparative Endocrinology
- Stress Axis Function: from Mechanisms to Consequences
- Thyroid Hormones and Development