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Poster abstract submissions close 23 September 2021. VCBS 2021 is now online only.
Posters will be available online with a dedicated Q&A slack channel for each poster. Posters can be presented both in a traditional poster format as well as 5 minute pre-recorded lightning talks or software demonstrations.
The presenting author should be listed as the first author. Please limit your abstracts to 300 words.
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The presenting author should be the first listed author. Please follow each author with a number in square brackets that related to their affiliation below. E.g. Alicia Oshlack 
For multiple affiliations please refer to the numbers above. E.g.  Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Victoria, Australia
Please limit abstract to 300 words
Oral abstracts which do not get selected will automatically be considered for a poster presentation. Oral submissions are now closed.
Student and ECR Prizes
I am a student
I am an ECR (< 10 years post PhD) and would like to be considered for an ECR prize.
I am neither
A theme at this year's conference is consumer engagement. Why is your research of interest to people affected by cancer as a patient, survivor, carer or family member?
To encourage researchers to think about consumer engagement, we will be awarding prizes for the best plain english summary and the best video summary. These prizes will be judged by consumer representatives.
Plain English Summary (Optional)
Please limit to at most 200 words.
Lay Video Summary (Optional)
An 'elevator pitch' is a brief, persuasive speech that is designed to spark interest in your research. It should explain why your work is important in a way that any listener can understand. Videos will be presented at the symposium.
Yes, I can make a 1-2 minute video summary of my research.
To achieve diversity amongst our speakers, we seek information about your career stage, gender and whether you self-identify as an ethnic/racial minority. The following questions are optional and answers will only be viewed by our organising committee.
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Are you of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander origin?
Do you consider yourself to belong to a racial or ethnic minority group within your workplace?
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