Abstract Guidelines & Information

Deadline for all ICMRBS XXIX poster and talk abstracts is now March 19, 2021

Notifications will be sent the week of April 30, 2021. IF you submitted an abstract for the 2020 conference, we will contact you to see if you would like to remove your submission and make new submission at a later date. It is also fine to keep your submission on file through the March 19, 2021 deadline. You may edit your abstract online by accessing the online form below and signing in.

Go to Online Abstract Submission Form

How to Submit Your Abstract for a Talk or Poster

Submitting an abstract online for the ICMRBS 2020 is straightforward. You will be asked to enter the following in the online abstract submission form:

  • You will be prompted to create a new account/profile
  • Title (20 words max)
  • 300 word abstract. Please DO NOT embed images and graphical figures in the short abstract. They do not convert for the printed program.
  • Authors and Affiliations (author names and email addresses); you will indicate which author is presenter.
  • Session selection: if you wish to be considered for an oral you will select the most appropriate topic/session, you will also select a poster topic/session as a back-up. For poster-only abstracts, you select the poster topic/session only.
  • Questions: indicate if a student or post-doc is presenting author. A 'yes' to either of these questions will prompt a secondary question about participation in a lightning talk.


GO TO ONLINE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION  |  You will be prompted to create a profile/account on the Abstract Submission Form. Take note of your credentials as you will also use these for conference registration.


About the Program and Topics Covered


Promoted Talks in Parallel Sessions. Each parallel session will feature promoted talks selected from submitted abstracts. These contributions will be presented alongside the invited speakers in each parallel session.


Lightning Talks. The program will also feature daily Lightning Talks following the plenary lectures. The Lightning Talks provide an opportunity for students and postdocs poster presenters to generate enthusiasm and traffic at their poster. How can you be considered for a lightning talk? During the abstract submission process you will be asked to indicate if the presenting author is a graduate student or post-doc. If you answer yes to either of these questions, you will also be asked if you would like to be considered for a lightning talk.


Poster Sessions. We anticipate all posters will be on display throughout the conference week.


Program Topics. The following topics will be covered for orals (parallel sessions) as well as posters.

Amyloid Proteins
Channels and Transporters
Computational Analysis
Computational Experimental Design
DNP And NMR Of Paramagnetic Systems
Emerging Methods
Hyperpolarization in NMR And MRI
In-Cell and In-Vivo NMR
Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
Isotope Labeling and Expression

Macromolecular Assemblies From SSNMR
Macromolecular Complexes
Macromolecular Machines
Membrane Receptors
NMR In Drug Design
Nucleic Acid Structure and Dynamics
Phase Separation
Protein Folding and Misfolding
Protein Structure and Dynamics
Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions
Protein-Protein Interactions