Abstract Submission ProcessChoosing a Track Category
During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
- Anesthesia management and Critical Care
- Basic and Translational Research
- Cellular and Regenerative Therapies
- Donation and Procurement
- Ethic and Education
- Heart & Lung
- Pancreas, Islet & Intestine
- Sex and Gender in Transplantation
- Transplant Immunology
- Transplant Oncology
- Transplant Pathology & Imaging
- Xenotransplantation & Tissue histocompatibility
- Others (bone marrow, cornea, uterus ect)
The abstract text body is limited to 3,000 characters including spaces.
Abstracts must be comprised of four distinct sections:
- Introduction: Describes previous research and the rationale for the current study
- Method: Describes how the study was conducted
- Results: Describes the results of the study
- Conclusion: Summarize the study and discusses its implications
- All submitted abstracts will go through blind peer-review carried out by international reviewers selected by the Scientific Program Committee
- Abstracts which do not meet the focus of the topic selected by the authors will be reassigned at the discretion of the Review Committee
- Abstracts will be assessed based the following criteria:
- Interest: Is the content original/important/relevant to our field?
- Novelty: How and to what extent are the findings likely to influence clinical or research practice, education or policy?
- Robustness and quality of the data: Are the methods/methodological approach clearly described? How confident is the reviewer in the strength/trustworthiness of the data and/or conclusions/discussion presented?
- Presentation and Clarity: The basic purpose of the research/project is clear
- Abstracts may be submitted for oral, or poster presentation.
- Authors may submit an unlimited number of abstracts; however, should he or she have more than two abstracts accepted for oral presentations, a co-author must be designated to present the additional accepted abstracts. All presenting authors must pre-register and attend the Congress.