EMIM 2019 Abstract Submissions Rules

Submissions are currently not possible. Deadline was 4 December 2018.
Please check back for a possible CALL for LATE-BREAKING submissions!

 

You can still enter the ABSTRACT SYSTEM to check your status of your submissions - no edits are possible though.

Please stick to the following Submission Rules:

  • all abstracts must be submitted online via the online Submission System (deadline 4 December 2018)
  • you need to enter the Submission System with your personal account
  • your abstract must be related to one main Category (bold) and one Subcategory as listed below*. (In case no subcategory is listed your abstract must be submitted through the main category.)
  • size limit: all in all 2850 characters (incl. space characters); divided into:
  • Introduction: 600
  • Methods: 800
  • Results/Discussion: 1000
  • Conclusion: 450
  • you strictly have to follow the scheme: Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions, Acknowledgement, References
  • you can add a maximum of two figures/pictures (jpeg, png) each with a limited size file of 2MB
  • During the abstract submission you can apply for the Young Investigator Award 2019 (only applies for submissions with deadline 4 December!) - check eligibility criteria!
  • you will be able to make changes on your submission until the submission deadline (4 December 2018)
  • all abstracts will be acknowledged upon receipt (transmission report). If you do not receive a confirmation email please contact the helpdesk or the ESMI office
  • notifications on acceptance and type of presentation (poster/talk) of your abstract will be sent out mid of January 2019

*EMIM 2019 Abstract Categories

  • 1 Imaging the Heart and the Vascular System
  • 2 Data Processing & Quantification
  • 3 Imaging Metabolism
  • 4 Intra-Operative Imaging

4a Devices, Methods & Standardization

4b Molecular Probes and Preclinical Applications

4c Translation and Clinical Applications

  • 5 Immunology, Inflammation & Infectious Diseases

5a Imaging in Infection

5b Imaging Host Responses

  • 6 New Probes, Chemistry & Reporter Genes

6a Synthesis and Enabling Technologies | New Probes

6b MRI and Multimodal | New Probes

6c PET/SPECT, Radionuclide, X-ray, CT | New Probes

6d Optical Imaging, Ultrasound, Photoacoustic | New Probes

  • 7 Imaging Technologies

7a Nuclear Imaging

7b X-Ray based Imaging

7c MRI

7d MRS/Hyperpolarization

7e Ultrasound and Opto-Acoustic

7f Optical Imaging and Microscopy

7g Mass Spectrometry

7h Multi-modal Developments

  • 8 Oncology Imaging

8a New Tools for Cancer Imaging

8b Understanding Tumour Biology

8c Imaging to Diagnose Cancer

8d Imaging Cancer Therapy

8e Onco-Immunology Imaging

  • 9 Neuroimaging

9a Brain: Structure, Function, Networks

9b Disease Models, Translational Approaches | Neuroimaging

9c New Methods and Methodology | Neuroimaging