Abstract submission

Abstract submission: Closed

ABSTRACT BOOK can be found here

Poster size: poster must be at maximum 90cm x 120cm!!! The layout is not standardized, provided it does not exceed maximum poster size!


The scientific committee will accept only one abstract per participant after peer review.

Deadline: 7/4/2018. First, make your registration at FEESC web page and then, submit the abstract to: curtobiochemistry@gmail.com

Format – Provide a Word format document with 350 words, following the model: Times new roman 11, Page A4, Margins: 3 cm left/right, and 2 cm up/down. Select to participate in oral presentation/poster award/topic/”Host a scientist” and submit information enclosed in the abstract file.




1,*Author Surname A.A.; 2Author Surname B.B. … (* – Indicates the presenting author)

1Address, E-mail: yyy@yyy.yyy (only for the presenting author); 2Address.

The abstract is limited to 350 words and should briefly present the state of the art and the main objectives, short presentation of methods, the achieved results and a conclusion.

Key words: first, second, third … up to 6.

——————- Accompanying information——————————————–

Participation in the oral/platform presentation selection: (    ) YES or NO (   )

Selected posters will receive a certificate of best poster presentation. Participation in the poster award selection: (    ) YES or NO (   )

The UFSC community will be asked to offer a bed in their homes for the CTBiochem atendees in the model of Coach Surfing. Select if you have interest in be part of the program “Host a Scientist” as a guest: (    ) YES or NO (   )

Select one of the following topics:

  • (  ) Biochemistry of cancer;
  • (  ) Biochemical aspects of metabolic disorders;
  • (  ) Biochemistry of neurodegenerative conditions, neurotoxicity and neuroprotection;
  • (  ) Biochemistry of neuropsychiatric disorders;
  • (  ) Biomarkers of chemical exposure and toxicity;
  • (  ) Biotechnology and structural biochemistry;
  • (  ) Oxidative/nitrosative stress, redox status and biological implications.