Late Breaking Abstract Submission
The purpose of the Late Breaking Abstract Submission is to report recent, groundbreaking findin with major impact to the respective topic.
Notifications of acceptance or rejection of the late breaking abstracts will be sent to the corresponding author by Mid-April 2017. It is the corresponding author’s responsibility to communicate the outcome of the submission to the co-authors.
Maximum Number of Words
2,500 characters (incl. spaces)
50 characters per row will be deducted from the word count.
No pictures are allowed.
Please contact the EAACI Congress 2017 Abstract Team at email@example.com for all inquiries about abstracts and/or if you do not receive a confirmation e-mail after submitting an abstract (please do not resubmit the abstract). Similarly, if you have not received a notification of the status of your abstract by 15 March 2017, please contact the EAACI Congress 2017 Abstract Team.
Please read the instructions (Abstract Submission Guidelines) carefully before submitting your abstract.
Presentation guidelines will be available on the Congress website and sent out to each presenting author during spring 2017.
Standard Abstract SubmissionThe EAACI 2017 Scientific Programme Committee and the Local Organising Committee welcome the submission of original contributions for oral and poster presentations at the Congress.
The regular Abstract Submission closed on 15 January 2017. We thank you for your submission and contribution to the EAACI Congress 2017.
Abstracts are now under review and Notifications can be expected in early March 2017.
Registration of presenting authors of an accepted abstract
Presenting authors of an accepted abstract will benefit from an extended early registration fee which applies until 15 April 2017.