Call for Abstracts

Young Scientific Award 2020

“Bridging the Generation Gap” is one of the main topics of this year’s Congress in Vienna. Submit your abstract dealing with any research field, whether being gyneological, endocrinological, menopausal, anti-aging related or orthopaedic in nature.

The winning lecture will be awarded the “Vienna Young Scientific Award” amounting to € 3,000.

Terms and Conditions for submission of abstract for the Young Scientific Award

Abstracts may only be submitted per mail to menopause@kuoni-congress.com. Abstract submissions per fax or mail will not be accepted.

Deadline for submission: 15th of November 2020

  • Abstract of 100 words
  • Specialist fileds: gyneology, endocrinology, menopause, anti-aging, orthopedics
  • Conditions of participation: m/f, under the age of 40
  • “The Best Of The Best”: The best 8 abstracts will be chosen for an individual session - lecture à 10 minutes
  • No fee for congress registration upon confirmation of your abstract as a lecture
  • Publication: Accepted abstracts will be published in an abstract volume

Poster exhibition & Free Communication

We are looking forward to numerous abstract submissions.

Please send us your abstract in order to participate in the poster exhibition or in Free Communication Sessions, at a reduced congress fee.

Free Communication

10–15 minutes of presentation on Saturday morning

Poster exhibition

Thursday to Saturday

Short Facts Abstract

  • Max. 250  words
  • Language German or English
  • Every author may submit several abstracts. Accepted abstracts may be published in an abstract vollume.

Your abstract should be informative, containing as follows:

  1. Statement on the aim of the study if not already specified in the title
  2. If required, a short specification of the method employed
  3. Summary of the results
  4. Conclusion

Format

The title of the abstract has to be written in CAPITAL LETTERS. Please choose short and meaningful titles. When using abbreviations, please use the long version for the very first time, followed by the abbreviation, symbol or nomenclature.

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