Call for Postdeadline Abstracts

Call for Postdeadline Abstracts - Deadline 10 September



We look forward to receiving your scientific contributions on one of the following topics:

- Rheumatology
- Gastroenterology
- Dermatology
- Transplantation
- Clinical immunology
- Basic immunology
- Inflammation
- Immunodeficiencies
- Neuroimmunology

Abstracts are considered for short speed data presentation. 
There will be no poster presentations. 

All abstracts accepted for speed data presentatiion will be published in the Program & Abstract Book.

A number of educational and travel grants will be awarded to the best abstract submissions by fellows in training and PhD students.


Submission Guidelines:

Abstracts must be submitted as a Word file via the online submission form (see below). You can submit several abstracts at the same time: 
click on the link below to start
fill out your personal data and go through the submission procedure
Your abstract(s) is/are only uploaded successfully when you receive an automatic reply confirming your submission(s).
IMPORTANT: The uploaded Word file(s) must contain Title, authors & affiliations and the actual abstract.
The deadline for submitting postdeadline abstract is 10 September 2016.
Please read the author instructions carefully before submitting your abstract(s).

Instructions for authors:

- Abstracts must be written in English not exceeding 350 words, and must be submitted as a Word file (xxx.doc) via
   the online submission form. The word count includes the title, authors and affiliations.

- Use font Arial 10 characters per inch (font size 10)

- Use single spacing and type the text unjustified without hyphenating words at line breaks. Use hard returns only to 
  end headings and paragraphs, not to rearrange lines.

- Type title in sentence case in bold with no full stop at the end

- Type family name first followed by the initials of the first name of the authors (Rubens P.P., Van Eyck J. etc.)

- Type affiliation underneath the authors:
   Institution, Dept., City, Country (do not mention street addresses, PO boxes or zip codes). When there are multiple 
   affiliations number them as follows and us the semi-colon between the multiple affiliations:

   ¹Dept. A, Hospital A, City, Country; ²Dept. B, Hospital B, City, Country; ³Dept. C, Hospital C, City, Country

- Ideally, your abstract is structured as follows:
  Introduction and/or Aim / Patients and Methods / Results / Discussion and/or Conclusion. In structured abstracts, 
  paragraph headings should be typed in bold followed by a colon and by regular text. Do not use the heading

      o   Introduction/Aim: Followed by regular text.
      o   Materials and Methods: Followed by regular text.
      o   Results: Followed by regular text.
      o   Discussion: Followed by regular text.
      o   Conclusions: Followed by regular text.The use of References is discouraged and must be limited to max 3

- When you list references use superscript numbers in both the text and the reference list.