Submitting your study and research contributes to the success of the congress. The organizers encourage clinicians and scientists and all professionals working in organ donation and transplantation, to share their latest data with their peers. A successful review would give you the chance to present your work in front of an audience of experts in the field.
Full guidelines for abstract preparation and submission are available in the MY CONGRESS section of the website.
Basic | Clinical | Translational
Kidney | Liver | Heart | Lung | Intestine | Pancreas/islet | Composite tissue | Cell | Artificial organ | Xenograft | Ethics, Law, Psychosocial | Organ regeneration | Cell therapy
Donation and donor types | Allocation | Histocompatibility | Immunology | Ischemia-reperfusion and preservation | Surgical technique | Rejection | Immunosuppressive agents | Histology | Infection | Cancer | Metabolic complications | Cardiovascular complications | Biomarkers and molecular changes | Organ reconditioning | Tissue engineering | Cellular immunotherapy | Cellular regenerative therapy
Once uploaded your presentation is done & dusted, ready to be selected for the prestigious ESOT2019 ViP Sessions.
All submitters of text abstracts will be considered for the following presentation types:
|Full Oral Presentation
7 minutes long (5 minutes for presentation, 2 minutes Q&A’s)
10 minutes long (2 minutes for presentation, 8 minutes moderated discussion-Highly scored abstracts to be allocated for top-level moderated group discussion and SWOT analysis of the submitted work)
3 minutes long (2 minutes for presentation, 1 minute Q&A’s)
1 slide 1 minute to convince 3 judges, if you succeed you can extend your presentation up to 5 minutes in total
5 minutes long (1 minute introduction, 4 minutes discussion)
Your research available to all delegates of the ESOT 2019 via interactive mobile app, which allows to book individual appointments and discuss your work
Note: All ESOT2019 Congress in Copenhagen posters are accepted and presented as e-Posters ONLY. A digital version of the poster is required once the notification of acceptance is received. A template is provided for your submission.