Presentation Guidelines

Presentation Guidelines

Abstract themes include:

  • Interactions between microbiota, pathogens and host
  • Impact of nutrition on gut microbiome and health
  • One Health – Linking microbes in the environment, humans and animals
  • Beyond the lab: Applying microbiome research in practice
  • Other

Abstracts presented as either:

  • Oral Presentations - 15-minute oral presentations followed by 5 minutes of discussion.

  • Poster PresentationsPosters will be displayed throughout the duration of the conference.

  • Flash Talks - A selection of short talks from the poster presentations. You can prepare up to 3 slides to present the highlights of your poster with 4 minutes of presentation time, which can include a question or two from the audience if it fits within the allocated time. NOTE – to ensure everyone gets the same opportunity, there is a strict time limit of 4 minutes per presentation and presenters will be cut off if they exceed this. 

Abstract submission guidelines - Abstracts now closed

Abstracts are handled through an external submission system; when you click on the link to submit you will be taken to a different website.  There you will be able to fill out the form and confirm your submission. 

You will need to provide a presentation title, abstract (maximum 250 words), and all authors’ names and affiliations (institutes or organisations) and confirmation that at least one of the authors will attend the conference to present the data. You will need to choose at least one category from the theme list which best describes your submission. 

All abstracts will be subjected to peer review by members of the Scientific Advisory Board. Confirmation will be required that at least one of the authors will attend the conference to present the data. If at least one author does not register for the conference by 13th May 2023, the abstract will not be included in the abstract book.