We are now inviting late-breaking poster abstracts to mmc2017 until Friday 15 May.
If you have been invited to speak, you can still submit your abstract using the button above.
View the list of sessions and topics for which abstracts can be submitted.
The abstract submission system has been designed to guide you through the process to completion. Your late-breaking poster abstract can be edited as many times as needed until the Submission Deadline date - Friday 15 May 2017.
All abstracts should be submitted in English and can only be submitted online.
Having trouble submitting your abstract? Email the mmc2017 office at firstname.lastname@example.org
When submitting your abstract you will receive a User ID and Password selected at random which you are unable to change. Please keep these safe, if you would like the details emailed to you, keep the confirmation email selection box ticked at the end of the form.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Abstracts can only be submitted online, in English, via the mmc2017 Abstract Submission system and all sections must be completed.
Abstracts should be a condensed version of the final presentation (max 1000 words) and include all significant findings. Write the text, and include enough information, so that readers who are not specialists will be able to appreciate the purpose of your study and understand the procedures and conclusions. You may include supporting figures, tables and images.
Abstracts should be structured as follows (use of these headings is not required)
4) Results & Discussion
The required format for any images is jpeg, tif or gif files (not to exceed 500KB). Please note that any files uploaded in a .doc (Word), .ppt (PowerPoint), .xls (Excel) or any other format not mentioned above, will not be accepted. Please take into consideration the pixel width and height of your image in relation to your abstract text. Pictures that are too large will affect the presentation of your abstract on the online programme.
After the late-breaking poster submission deadline - 15 May 2017 - abstracts will not be accessible for correction. The need for major revisions may affect a session organiser’s decision to accept your abstract, please review it carefully before submission.
Abstracts will be reviewed according to the following criteria:
a) relevance to a particular symposium
b) scientific content, quality and innovation
c) clarity of the text
Abstracts not satisfactorily meeting these criteria will be rejected. Accepted abstracts must be presented by an author who hasregistered and paid for the conference. An exhibition visitor registration will not be considered a valid registration to present your work and failure to register for the conference prior to its start, will result in your work being excluded from the Congress.
Presentations can either be oral or poster. You may express a preference when you submit your abstract, however the final decision lies with the Scientific Organising Committee.
All correspondence relating to abstract submission will be by email. If you have any queries, these should be sent to email@example.com
Ready to go? Submit your abstract here!