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GCC2022 abstract submission
Thank you for your interest in presenting your work at the Galaxy Community Conference 2022! GCC2022 will (hopefully) take place in person from July 17-23, 2022 in Minneapolis, MN. Long talks, lightning talks, and posters will be presented as part of the event. All of the the proposed topics go through a peer review process before being accepted for the program.

You may submit any number of abstracts but they need to substantially different from one another, relevant to Galaxy, compelling, and open source / open access. By submitting an abstract, assuming it is accepted into the program, you agree to register for GCC2022 and attend the event in person.

For more details about the abstracts, please see https://galaxyproject.org/events/gcc2022/abstracts/.

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Presentation type *
Lightning talks will be scheduled for 5-7 minutes and long talks for 15-20 minutes. As a presenter, you have a choice to present a poster or demo along with your talk. By selecting multiple options the abstract will be considered for all, depending on reviews and schedule.
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Type of submission *
Indicate if the work described is new, meaning it has not been presented at an earlier GCC, or a project update.
Abstract title *
Authors and affiliations *
First name Last name, affiliations (eg: John Doe, Galaxy University). One entry per line please.
Presenting author *
Name of the author that will present this work at the conference.
Presenting author email *
Email address to use for correspondence about this submission.
Abstract *
Please limit the abstract to 500 words or fewer.
Quality content is absolutely key to the success of this meeting. Thanks for taking the time to prepare and submit an abstract, and for being willing to share your work with others.
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