This fall, from October 5-9, the Alabama bioscience community will come together for the annual BIO Alabama conference. During this conference we want to amplify the innovative work of our members, partners, and the broader Alabama bioscience community. This call for sessions is open to all researchers, scientists, and business leaders working to change the way we feed, fuel, and heal or world. Whether you are directly or indirectly involved in translating science for the greater good, we invite you to submit a session proposal.
Our theme is a continuation of our mission: CONNECTING THE ALABAMA BIOSCIENCE ECOSYSTEM
As you prepare your proposal, keep in mind that our annual conference will be virtual. Guidance on preparing your virtual session will be provided once all session proposals have been reviewed.
DEADLINE: July 17, 2020
All Session Proposals are due by 5:00 p.m. CST on July 17, 2020.
Policies Governing Submission of Company Presentation Proposals:
Proposals will be evaluated on their novel and topical content.
All speakers listed on the proposal must be aware that they are being considered, eligible, and willing to participate as a speaker if the program is selected.
Presentations may have a visual component that may be projected for all session attendees to view (ex. PowerPoint presentation, graphs, charts, video, etc.). However, this is not required.
BIO Alabama reserves the right to edit any submitted materials for promotional purposes.
Sessions may be scheduled at any time during the conference. Speakers must be available to present.
Submissions promoting specific product brands and/or companies will not be considered.
Incomplete proposals will not be considered.
You do not have to be a BIO Alabama member to submit a session proposal.
BIO Alabama reserves the right to schedule presentations as virtual on-demand, virtual interactive, or simulive.
BIO Alabama reserves the right to cancel a session at any time.
Tips for preparing your proposal:
Share your company story, an innovative approach to solving a specific scientific or business problem, details about your pipeline and work, your business objectives or inspirational stories of success. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: