Abstract Requirements


Abstract Submission (one-page)

Deadline: June 30th 2021
Notification of abstract acceptance/ rejection: July 15th 2021

Editable file ( doc. docx.) according to the
template (Word) of the abstract should be submitted electronically via
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Congress language is English. Abstracts, posters and presentations should be prepared in English.

Abstracts will be reviewed by organizers. The authors will be notified about the acceptance.

Information on thematic sessions within sections.

Session 1: Neurogenetics

  • genetic background of intellectual disability and autism
  • neurodegenerative diseases
  • neuromuscular diseases

Session 2: Dysmorphology

Session 3: Syndromes of congenital anomalies and tissue defects

Session 4: Cancer genetics

Session 5:  Adults with genetic diseases and syndromes

Session 6: Genetic background of height and weight abnormalities

Session 7: Genetic background of sex development and fertility defects

Session 8: Varia

Session 1: Gene regulation mechanisms/gene functions

  • RNAi – gene silencing– study of function
  • gene editing – study of function
  • epigenetics

Session 2: Genomics

  • functional, structural and comparative genomics
  • filogenomics, genome evolutions
  • chromatin organization
  • epigenomics
  • genomics of plastids and mitochondria


Session 3: Transcriptomics

  • processing, transport and localization of RNA
  • structure, function of ncRNA (non coding RNA)


Session 4:  Plant Cytogenetics

  • structure and evolution of karyotypes
  • interphase nucleus organization
  • epigenetics modifications and chromatin dynamics
  • nuclear genome stability under natural conditions and as a result of mutagenesis
  • cytogenetic methods in the study of plant genomes


Session 5: Biotechnology

  • in vitro cultures
  • genetic modifications – methodological aspects
  • gene editing – methodological aspects


Session 6: Biodiversity and genetics of interaction with the environment

  • biodiversity
  • population genetics
  • resistance to biotic factors (pathogens, pests, viruses)
  • tolerance to abiotic factors (all environmental stess)

Session 1: Genetic diseases

  • cytogenetics and animal models
  • transgenic or edited genomic models


Session 2: Genomics and breeding methods

  • breeding methods based on genomics achievements – SNP microarrays, NGS
  • mining for quantitative markers using RNAseq etc.

Session 3: Biodiversity
Session 4: Bioinformatics
Session 5: Epigenomics and nutrigenomics

Session 1: Genomes of microorganisms

​​​​Session 2: DNA replication in microorganisms

Session 3: Gene expression in microorganisms

Session 4: Microorganisms in biotechnology and medicine

Session 5: Metagenomics in forensic genetics

Session 6: Microorganisms in the environment and their population genetics