Register & Submit Abstracts

Registration for BBM2019 is open! Early registration deadline is May 24th, 2019, so don’t delay!

Registration before May 24th is $120, registration after this deadline is $150.

Register here

Abstracts — Due by April 26th

BBM features talks and posters from students and postdoctoral fellows who conduct bacteriology research. If you would like to be considered for a talk or a poster presentation, you must submit an abstract using the link below before midnight on April 26th, 2019. You will be able to revisit the submission page to make additions or edits until the April 26th deadline; however, due to high demand and limited space, we strongly recommend that you submit your abstract as soon as possible. The number of accepted abstracts is limited, and abstracts submitted after the limit has been reached will be wait-listed.

Abstracts should be at most 250 words in length and present one cohesive story (as opposed to a collection of unrelated results). We welcome abstracts for both completed and ongoing work.

 

Scholarship for underrepresented minorities

We offer a number of scholarships for underrepresented minorities in biomedical sciences to promote diversity at BBM. Please fill out the form at the link below to apply. Please make responses no longer than a paragraph. Applications will be reviewed by the Organizing Committee, and applicants will be notified in mid May. Scholarships will cover the full BBM registration cost.

Apply here after registration

Scholarship for undergraduate/Master’s students

We offer a number of scholarships for undergraduate and Master’s students who wish to attend BBM but are not currently affiliated with a lab that will cover their registration costs. If you fall into this category please fill out the form at the link below to apply. Applications will be reviewed by the Organizing Committee, and applicants will be notified in mid May. Scholarships will cover the full BBM registration cost.

Apply here for undergraduate scholarship after registration