DBIO Invited Symposium Proposal- 2022 March Meeting
Invited sessions consist of 5 invited talks. Invited talks are 36 minutes each (30-minute talk and 6 minutes for questions), for a total duration of 3 hours. DBIO is limited to 8 invited sessions for our program.

A successful invited session proposal s typically includes a detailed discussion of why the topic of the session is interesting to the DBIO community and why it is timely. A proposal should estimate the session expected attendance, and explain how this number was arrived at. Attendance numbers for the prior years' Focus/Invited Sessions with similar topics often are good predictors of the future success. There should be minimal thematic overlap with Invited Sessions in recent years. Sessions with confirmed speakers will have higher probability of being chosen.

To submit your proposal, you will need the following information:
1. proposer(s) contact information (names, email, phone, address);
2. session title/topic/advertising plans/expected attendance, and other related information;
3. rationale for having the session;
4. contact information for 5 invited speakers;
5. session chair(s) contact information.

Your submission will be reviewed by the DBIO Program Committee.

Deadline: May 30th, 2021

Questions or comments, please email Margaret Cheung, Program Chair for DBIO March Meeting (mscheung@uw.edu).

1) Sessions where the speakers have agreed or tentatively agreed to participate will have higher probability of being chosen;
2) We cannot accommodate everyone’s request for placement at the meeting;
3) DBIO does not have funds to pay for invited speaker registration and travel to the meeting.
4)Proposers are encouraged to engage outside organizations in raising funds to cover costs for their invited speakers.

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