The organizing committee cordially invites you to submit an abstracts in which researchers have the opportunity to present recent results.
Method of Submission
Abstracts must be submitted via on-line forms will be accessed from this page.
- When the abstract has been uploaded successfully a confirmation email will be sent to the corresponding author. In case you do not receive confirmation within 24 hours, please check your spam folder and, in the case that a confirmation e-mail is not received, please contact: email@example.com
- Authors will have access to their abstracts until the deadline and will have the possibility to edit submitted abstracts and submit additional ones.
- All correspondence concerning the abstract will be sent to submitting authors e-mail address.
Abstract Submission Instructions
- The official language of the congress is English; therefore all abstracts must be submitted in English.
- Authors will be asked to select the presentation type (oral or poster) under which the abstract is submitted, but the congress organisers reserve the right to re-allocate the abstract to a different category due to the limited number of oral presentations scheduled.
- Submitted abstracts must be original. Abstracts previously published or presented at another international scientific meeting should not be submitted.
- The corresponding author’s name and e-mail address will be used for all communications relating to the congress.
- The length of the abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words, plain text. (not including the title, author’s name and surname)
- Title: Make the title of the abstract brief, clearly indicating the nature of the investigation. Use a capital letter for the first letter in the title only (DO NOT capitalize each word).
There are 2 presentation type: Oral or E-Poster presentation. Authors must select their preferred presentation type, but the congress organisers reserve the right to re-allocate the abstract to a different category due to the limited number of oral presentations scheduled.
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- ART – Ovarian stimulation with GnRH antagonists
- ART – Intrauterine insemination
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- ART – Fertility Preservation – Male
- ART – Pregnancy
- ART – Safety and complications
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- ART – Children follow-up
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- ART – Future directions
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- Embryology – Lab quality
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- Embryology – Fertilization
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