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FAQ

Abstract Submission


Are ‘Trials in Progress’ permitted to be submitted to ECCMID?

If you are running a ‘Trial in Progress’, in which results are only expected after the regular abstract deadline (28 November 2018), please rather submit your abstract including results in the “Late Breaker” abstract call (spring 2019) than without results in the regular call.


Are agencies allowed to submit abstracts on behalf of the authors?

Yes agencies can submit abstracts, kindly note that you need an ESCMID account to submit an abstract for 2019, that can be generated here. Submitters will be informed about the outcome of the abstract, they are kindly requested to forward this information to all involved authors.


Is there a limit to the number of authors per abstract?

We do not have a limit of authors per abstract, but would not recommend more than 30 persons, due to the readability of the abstract. Study groups can also be added separately.

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