Future of the nematodes studies 2022

Presentation guideline 

As this is a closed meeting and abstracts will not be open to the public, we welcome unpublished data.

We welcome presentations in either English or Japanese.

(We recommend that abstracts, slides, and posters be written in English and Japanese.)

Recording by participants is strictly prohibited. However, please be aware that since the symposium will be held online, it is impossible to prevent taking screenshots and the like completely.


Oral Presentation

The following categories are given priority for presentation. (Presentations other than those listed below are also welcome.)

Please fill in the registration form and submit an abstract (1 page of the A4 sheet) in the designated format. If there are too many applicants, the abstract will be peer-reviewed by the program coordinators.

Submit to: https://forms.gle/wEMsEqvpe8YaqkRc7  (need to be logged in your Google account)

Deadline: 2022.7.29 (Fri)  (recommended)

Presentations are supposed to be within 12 min (+ 5 min Q&A session).

Category 1


(Undergraduate and graduate students, etc. The “Oral Presentation Award” will be given as voted by the audience.)

Category 2


(Non-student researchers.)

Category 3

PI chicks

(Young PIs within several years of establishing their labs, or near-future PIs such as postdocs and assistant/associate professors. The “Next Leader Award” will be given as voted by the audience.)


Poster Presentation

All applicants are welcome to present. (It is also possible to apply for both oral and poster presentations.) Please fill in the registration form.

Student presenters are welcome to give a one-minute lightning talk. Please indicate your preference on the registration form. (The “Best Poster Presentation Award” will be given to the presenter of the Flash Talk, as voted by the audience.)

The presentation guideline will be provided later.