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ENETS Abstract and Poster Terms and Conditions

Please note that the deadline for abstract submission is 22 November 2021 (23:59 hrs CET) for the 19th Annual ENETS Conference, 10 - 11 March 2022.

(To edit an already existing abstract, please send a request for an edit link to [email protected] - please don't submit it again!)

  1. Please read and accept the ENETS Abstract Guidelines.
  2. NO e-mail or post submissions to the ENETS Office, only via the ENETS website abstract submission page.
  3. All mandatory fields must be filled out.
  4. No tables (spread sheets) accepted.
  5. Abstracts must not exceed 1750 characters. The system will inform you, if you exceed the word limit (1750 characters).
  6. Please proofread for English and content errors.
  7. Acceptance of your abstract remains pending until you have received approval by the ENETS Abstract and Poster Reviewing Committee in written form.
  8. If your Abstract is approved, please upload an E-Poster for our E-Poster Carousel.
Abstract Writing Guidelines

Abstract Title: Use capital and lower case letters.

Example: Role of Interleukins in Hypothalamic .....

Authors Names: First initial(s) precedes last name.

Example: J.H. Smith, K. Gates

Institute: Name, location, country (no postal codes).

Example: Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., USA; Department of Chemistry, UCLA, Los Angeles, Ca., USA

Abstract Text: Abstract should be no more than 1750 characters. The online submission system will prohibit words in excess of the limit.

Footnotes: Footnotes and references should be avoided. When needed, 'Supported by...' text should be at the end of the abstract on a new line.

Use of keywords in abstract text: Use lower case letters in all cases, words separated by a comma.
Example: neuroendocrine, cell, research.


Please carefully proofread your entire text. We strongly advise early submission so as to avoid system overload and errors made in haste.

Please complete the marked fields at least