We have an exciting meeting planned for this year! The scientific program will include simultaneous technical sessions, poster sessions, as well as workshops, symposia, and plenary speakers. A full social agenda is planned with field trips, picnic, Run-for-Research, student pizza party, auction, and awards ceremony and social.
SAVE MONEY AND REGISTER NOW!!!
Registration is now open for ASM 2016! Register online now (https://outreach.ksu.edu/etrakWebApp/Login.aspx
…)! Please keep in mind that your login password for conference registration is different than your society password used to access the ASM Business Office site. If you do not remember your password from previous years, simply select “retrieve your forgotten password” and it will be sent to your e-mail quickly. Regular registration ends March 31st!!!
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE – MARCH 31ST AT 5 PM (CDT)!!!
Share your research with hundreds of mammalogists from around the world. Submit your abstract for an oral presentation or poster for ASM 2016! Abstract submissions will close on March 31, 2016 at 5:00 pm (Central Daylight Time).
All presenters must register and submit full payment for the conference prior to submitting their abstract. This MUST be done prior to 5:00 pm (Central Daylight Time) on March 31st to ensure timely processing. After registering for the conference, you will receive two auto reply confirmation receipts. After verifying your registration, you will receive a separate confirmation letter that will contain information about how to submit an abstract. An abstract will not be accepted for the program until the presenting author has registered and paid in full.
NEW THIS YEAR! Oral presenters interested in participating in a solicited Thematic Session can indicate such during abstract submission. These sessions are intended to highlight research in new and important areas. Thematic Sessions will occur alongside regular technical sessions but may use alternative formatting as necessary (e.g., 30-minute talks). Session topics this year include Climate Change and High-Latitude Mammals, Microbiome of Non-Model Organisms, Phylogenomics, and 5-Minute Lightning Talks. Abstracts will be vetted and selected for each Thematic Session by the Program Committee. Please contact John Hanson (email@example.com) for more information!
RESERVE YOUR ROOM AND MAKE TRAVEL PLANS FOR ASM 2016
Housing: A variety of housing options are available this year, including campus dorm housing. Reservations should be made before the end of May for most housing options. Be sure to reference the American Society of Mammalogists to receive the conference group rate at the meeting hotels. Check out the meeting travel page http://conferences.k-state.edu/mammalog
…/travel-and-lodging/ for more information!
Transportation: Airlines servicing Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport include American, Delta, Frontier, Spirit, United, and Southwest. The airport also offers various car rental options. There are several options for travel from the airport to the hotels ranging from taxis and shuttles to public transportation. To research the method that best suits you, please see the options online. Minneapolis is also serviced by Greyhound and Amtrak.
For more information, visit the meeting website (http://conferences.k-state.edu/mammalogists/
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