Abstract submission is open. Deadline for submission of abstracts to be considered for oral presentations: April 15
Inquiries about submitted abstracts, or late submission of previously announced abstracts (e.g., belonging to provided titles during registration), can be done by e-mail to email@example.com.
Abstract body should not exceed 250 words.
Please provide the first name of all authors in full.
In case of multiple affiliations these should be linked by numbers behind author’s last names.
Affiliations should be provided as “Department, Institution, City, Country”.
References should be numbered sequentially in the order of their citation in the text and inserted between square brackets, e.g., , [2-3]. Citations of journal articles should contain the names and initials of all authors, (year of publication), title of the paper, the abbreviation of the title of the periodical, the volume number and page numbers. References should only be given to work accepted for publication. References to books  should include the title of the book, the publishing company, place and year of publication.
 Harman, D. (1956) A theory based on free radical and radiation chemistry. J. Gerontol. 11:298-300.
 Hayflick, L. and Moorhead, P.S. (1961) The serial cultivation of human diploid cell strains. Exp. Cell Res. 25:585-621.
 Kerr, J.F.R., Wyllie, A.H. and Curie A.R. (1972) Apoptosis: A basic biological phenomenon with wide ranging implications in tissue kinetic. British Journal of Cancer. 26:239-257.
 Hallivel B., Gutteridge JMC.: Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 3rd Ed., 2001.
The poster size is 84 x 120 cm (A0). Only portrait format possible, NO landscape.