Expand your field of view through a world-class scientific program that showcases the top laboratory science and technology podium presentations from industry leaders around the globe. Each podium presentation is hand selected by the SLAS2020 Scientific Program Committee from hundreds of abstract submissions, which are vigorously reviewed. Presentations offer SLAS2020 participants compelling content and fresh perspectives on emerging laboratory technologies from a broad range of industries, including drug discovery and development, informatics, clinical diagnostics, food and agricultural sciences, forensics and security sciences, petrochemicals and energy, and consumer products.
The SLAS2020 scientific program features ten educational tracks, listed below:
Complete details regarding planned podium sessions for each track will be available in July.
Complete presentation details and the latest schedule of events will be available in the SLAS2020 Event Scheduler, which will launch in late 2019.
The Scientific Program Committee selects speakers based on the innovation, relevance and applicability of research. If your proposed topic does not squarely fit into the focus of one of these tracks, please submit it for the committee’s consideration and, if selected, the committee will place it in the most relevant track. The committee members use their judgment and experience to select presentations that best address the interests and priorities of today’s life sciences discovery and technology community.
SLAS2020 presents 144 unique podium presentations that span seven educational tracks and 36 sessions. Podium presentations are presented on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in both morning and afternoon sessions. Podium presentations are organized into ten educational tracks. View track and session titles and descriptions and names of track and session chairs.
The committee members use their judgment and experience to select presentations that best address the interests and priorities of today’s life sciences discovery and technology community.
Podium abstracts will be reviewed in late summer and the podium program will be finalized and published by early October.
The deadline for abstract submission for podium presentations was August 5, however, poster abstracts will be accepted until Monday, January 13, 2020. For complete details regarding the SLAS2020 Call for Abstracts, click here.
SLAS2020 will feature hundreds of unique poster presentations. Posters are displayed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning with actual presentations taking place each day in one-hour sessions. The Scientific Program Committee will begin poster reviews in October and confirm posters on a rolling/monthly basis between October and January. As posters are confirmed, abstracts and presentation dates will be posted within the SLAS2020 Event Scheduler.
Click here for complete guidelines regarding poster presentations.
SLAS2020 will feature two keynote sessions. Keynote speakers are invited to present by the SLAS Scientific Program Advisory Committee. For complete details on SLAS2020 keynote speakers, please click here.
The SLAS2020 Short Course Program provides in-depth instruction on topics, issues and techniques related to the laboratory science and technology. Courses are held on Saturday and Sunday prior to the start of the Conference and Exhibition and an extra fee applies. The Short Course schedule will be finalized in July/August.
SLAS extends its gratitude to the volunteers who serve on the Scientific Program Committee. They commit countless hours to ensure a world-class scientific educational program. View a complete listing of the SLAS2020 Scientific Program Committee.