SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT
Thank you for your interest in the 4th Swiss Autoimmune Liver Disease Meeting 2023. Please follow the guidelines on this page for submission of your abstract. The abstract submission deadline is July 21th 2023, 13:00 CET.
Abstracts must be prepared according to the following guidelines.
The corresponding author needs to “Create an Account” before submitting an abstract in order to obtain a password to enter the abstract submission area of the site. Abstract submission system and registration to the meeting are separate and require two different registrations.
Please use Upper and Lower case letters for your title.
DO NOT USE ALL CAPITALS.
Author names: title, full first name(s), middle initial(s), full family name
Please indicate the “Presenting Author”
Affiliation details of all authors: department; institution / hospital; city; country
Email addresses of all authors
Author’s disclosure of Interests: Does the author have any conflicting interests to disclose? YES / NO: if YES please specify
Basic & Translational Research
The entire abstract including the title (in bold, upper and lower case characters), authors (not bold), affiliation (not bold), abstract text, figure or table must be submitted as a pdf file.
Please divide your abstract in 4 paragraphs: BACKGROUND & AIM, METHODS, RESULTS, CONCLUSIONS.
You can add only 1 figure OR 1 table (the words of the table will be counted), at the bottom of the page
The abstract cannot contain more than 300 words (the 300 word limit does not include the title, author or affiliation information). Do not add extra formatting to your abstract.
Submitted abstracts will not be reviewed for typos, capitalization or punctuation errors. The abstract will appear in the abstract book as it was submitted.
This file will be used for the abstract book (available at the end of the meeting on the meeting website).
The only font to be used is Helvetica.
A group of abstract reviewers will score the abstracts.
Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to present their work orally (10-minutes presentation) or as a poster. A final decision of the presentation format will be made by the Scientific Committee.