Submit your abstract for ESHRE 2024 here
All abstracts must be submitted online by Thursday 1 February 2024 at 11:59 a.m. Central European Time (noon) at the latest. Once past the deadline (starting 12:00 noon) it will no longer be possible to submit new abstracts.
Saved but not submitted abstracts can be submitted until Friday 2 February 2024 at 7:00 CET
Abstracts should be submitted in English only.
IMPORTANT! By default the corresponding author will also be the presenting author in case the abstract is accepted for oral or poster presentation. Abstracts should only be submitted if the corresponding author plans to attend the Annual Meeting.
It is not allowed to change the corresponding/presenting author, nor is it allowed to make changes to the list of authors, the list of affiliations or the abstract itself after the corresponding/presenting author has received the outcome of the reviewing process. Make sure all details are correct before you submit your abstract.
At submission, abstracts should contain unpublished and original material, which has not yet been presented in any other meeting. It is not possible to submit the abstract to another meeting that occurs before the ESHRE annual meeting.
Each presenting author can only submit one abstract.
All abstracts will be refereed in the absence of the names and addresses of the authors. Authors are requested to indicate their preference for oral and/or poster presentation on the abstract submission form. Abstracts that are submitted for oral/poster presentation, but that are not selected for oral communication can be referred to the poster sessions. The decisions of the selection committee are final. All accepted abstracts and the index of authors will be published in an abstract book, a monograph to the Human Reproduction Journals.
All abstracts will be reviewed and scored and subsequently accepted for presentation or rejected. This process will take some time to complete and the outcome will be available by 26 April 2024. At that time the submitter will be notified as to whether his/her abstract has been accepted or not.
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