Abstract, Oral Presentation & Poster Session Information


Late Breaking Research Submission Period
For those who are unable to meet the main deadline, SfRBM is offering an extended submission window between September 15 - 30 for any late breaking research. These submissions would be eligible for poster presentation only and not for oral presentations, awards or journal citations. Click here to submit.

Posted September 15, 2021

Please note abstracts submitted for SfRBM 2021 must be previously, unpublished work. Submitted abstracts will be subject to a double-blind peer review process. Presenting authors of the highest scored abstracts will be invited to share their work in one of 45 oral presentation slots on the program. All other abstracts will be programmed as a poster to be presented on one day of the SfRBM 2021 poster symposia. The deadline to submit your abstract is September 10, 2021. The results of this process will be posted on the SfRBM site no later than October 15, 2021.

Abstract categories for 2021

Any topic that does not fit into one of the disease categories listed above may be submitted in the “Chemical Biology” category.

Abstracts must be no longer than 300 words. Should your abstract exceed this size, you will be prompted with a message to resubmit an edited version.

All submitted abstracts will be published in the conference's program and abstract book (a supplement of our Free Radical Biology and Medicine journal) and conference mobile app. SfRBM will not accept any requests for abstract retraction after the submission deadline.

Submit your abstract here



A number of high-quality abstracts are chosen from those submitted to the Society for primary authors to give 20-minute oral presentations of their research. Sessions will be structured around basic topic areas and will feature 45 speakers.


E-posters will be available throughout the duration of the conference, with presenters provided the opportunity to upload their poster in the virtual conference platform with a 4-5 minute audio recording highlighting their work.