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Submission and Confirmation
After your abstract submission, a confirmation letter will be sent to you via e-mail.
To review or modify your submitted abstracts, visit 'My Page'.
An acceptance notification will be sent to you via e-mail.
Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Pancreas / Islet
Guideline for Abstract Submission
All abstracts must be submitted via the congress website only.
When you submit an abstract online, your abstract will be automatically edited according to the congress submission format. It is the authors’ responsibility to review the submissions and correct them. Please proofread your abstract before completing your submission.
Abstracts should not exceed 300 words in length, and should be typed in English. (ONLY Coordinator Session abstracts should be submitted in Korean.)
No tables, graphs and images are allowed.
If you do not complete the submission process, your information will be held in temporary storage until you return later to complete your submission. Please note that your submission must be completed before the submission deadline.
A confirmation of receipt of the abstract will be automatically sent to the submitter and the presenting author by e-mail upon the on-line submission. Therefore, please submit the right contact details of the presenting author and corresponding author; otherwise the presenter will not receive important information about his/her presentation.
The acceptance of abstracts will be notified by e-mail to the presenting author and corresponding author by August 13 (Tue), 2019. The information may also be found on 'My page' of the congress website.
Upon acceptance of the abstract, presenting authors are expected to register and to present their abstracts. Abstracts will be published in the congress abstract book only if the presenting author is registered with full payment by September 10 (Tue), 2019.
Only up to 10 authors including a presenting author will be listed on the abstract book.
If on-line submission is not available, please contact the Congress Secretariat at email@example.com.
Get a Travel Grant by Submitting the Manuscript to the KJT
If you check the intent of submitting a manuscript to The Korean Journal of Transplantation (KJT) in a process of abstract submission, you will be given priority when selecting the Travel Grant winner.
Please note that if you are selected as the Travel Grant winner, you must submit a manuscript to KJT.