Welcome to the 2022 Plant Biology Abstract Submission Page!
March 11, 2022 is the deadline to be considered for concurrent symposium presentation consideration. Abstracts not selected for an oral presentation will be presented as posters.
June 2, 2022 is the deadline for poster abstract submissions. Primary poster presenters must be registered for the conference.
July 1, 2022 is the last day to edit your abstract submission.
The Plant Biology 2022 meeting is a joint meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists and the Canadian Society of Plant Biologists. The conference will feature five plenary symposia, large poster sessions, and 25 concurrent symposia comprised primarily of speakers selected by the Program Committee from submitted abstracts.
Abstracts should be submitted in the provided text box in the step-by-step abstract submission process. Submissions cannot be over 300 words and may not include any graphics or tabular material. You do not have to be an ASPB member to submit an abstract, but you must have an ASPB account. To create a courtesy (free) ASPB account, please click here. After starting this submission, your work is saved each time you click the Save or Continue button. If you log back in you can start where you last left off.
Please note that a $50 fee is required with each abstract submission. If you have not already paid the submission fee, please click here to do so. The fee is fully refundable through June 2. Refund requests made after June 2 will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Registration is required for all attendees, so please register for the meeting at the following website: http://plantbiology.aspb.org. We expect registration to open late February. Please ensure that you are registered no later than June 4th.All presenters must register to attend the meeting.
In 2022, we eagerly anticipate the return of an in-person meeting, where we can again share the energy of presenting and discussing leading-edge research, making spontaneous connections, refreshing friendships and collaborations, and being part of the plant science community. Virtual workshops will take place at Plant Biology 2022, in which virtual attendees from around the world can take part, but the “Worldwide Summit” tagline is no longer applicable. As Plant Biology 2022 remains in-person, with the addition of the EXTENDED on-demand program, we continue to reflect on what a global meeting looks like, and we pledge to present a truly global opportunity for the plant science community in the future.
For more information on the Plant Biology 2022, please visit the Plant Biology 2022 website.