Abstracts must be submitted through the official online abstract submission system.
Any Abstract can be modified by clicking on the link in the confirmation email.
No faxed or e-mailed abstract will be accepted.
Detailed information for poster presentation will be sent by e-mail to the registered presenting Author in due time. At least one Author of accepted abstracts is required to register and pay the registration fee to ensure the rights for the presentation. EuGMS is unable to support any participation cost related to the submitted abstract, including but not limited to registration, travel, and accommodation.
Abstract format – authors and affiliation
- If the submitting person is also one of the authors of the abstract should include also his/her name in the authors’ list.
- The submitting person is responsible for the correct use of the initials and surnames of the authors.
- Organizations should be abbreviated, with capitalization.
- Affiliations: all authors should have an affiliation, at least with a basic entry including the country.
Abstract format – text
- The abstract should not exceed 250 words.
- The structure of the abstracts should include: introduction, methods, results, and key conclusions.
- The title of the abstract should be printed in initial capital letters followed by lowercase.
- Abbreviations should be defined by being placed in parentheses immediately after the full word or phrase has been typed for the first time.
- No graphs, figures, tables, or unusual symbols can be included.
- Place citations to references in square brackets, eg .
- If there are references after the abstract, there should also be citations to the refs in the abstract, and vice versa.
- Decimal punctuation is with a decimal point (in English), not with a comma.
- Generic (nonproprietary) names should be used for drugs and substances.
IMPORTANT: Please, note that to submit a late-breaking research abstract, the research must be novel, innovative, contemporary, and must highlight the main results of scientific studies presenting a major relevance that could not be completed prior to the original deadline. Late-breaking abstracts must not have been presented, accepted for presentation, or published at any other scientific meeting or journal at the time of submission.