Abstract Submission Process
Choosing a Track Category
During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
  1. Anesthesia management and Critical Care
  2. Basic and Translational Research
  3. Cellular and Regenerative Therapies
  4. Complications
  5. Donation and Procurement
  6. Ethic and Education
  7. Heart & Lung
  8. Kidney
  9. Liver
  10. Pancreas, Islet & Intestine
  11. Pediatrics
  12. Sex and Gender in Transplantation
  13. Transplant Immunology
  14. Transplant Oncology
  15. Transplant Pathology & Imaging
  16. Xenotransplantation & Tissue histocompatibility
  17. Others (bone marrow, cornea, uterus ect)
Abstract Structure
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
Please do not insert tables into the body of the abstracts. They will need to be uploaded into jpg, png or gif as a figure. A maximum of two figures (in JPG, GIF or PNG with ideally 600 dpi) can be included.

Abstract Review
  • 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
Format of Presentation
  • 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.