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Abstract submission

Deadline for abstract submission

Sunday, 30 July 2023

Please submit your abstract here:

You will be notified in early August if your abstract is accepted for presentation.

Successful abstracts will be published in the open access, fully citable Endocrine Abstracts journal.

For all queries relating to registration for the EYES/YARE 2023 meeting, please contact:

Abstract Submission Guidelines

Your abstract title and your abstract must be submitted in English. Your abstract may be automatically rejected if it is submitted in another language.


The title of the abstract must be of maximum 200 characters (approximately 30 words).


Abstracts, excluding title, authors’ names and affiliations, must be of maximum 2000 characters (approximately 300 words). The main body of the abstract should be structured with the following headings:

> For original studies: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.

> For case reports: Background, Case Presentation, and Conclusions.


Please avoid using abbreviations in the title, if possible. Please reduce to a minimum the use of abbreviations in the main body of the abstract. If you must use an abbreviation, define it upon first use.

Figures and tables should not be included in your abstract.

References can be included in your abstract but will be included in your word count.

Please ensure correct spelling and affiliations are used. We are unable to add or amend author names once abstracts have been published.

You must provide a valid email address for your listed presenting author. This will be used to contact the presenter regarding uploading presentations or posters, if your submission is successful. 


You should receive a copy of your submission via email which is a confirmation of our receipt. 

Presenting authors must register for and attend the EYES/YARE 2023 meeting. Abstracts will be automatically rejected, if the presenting author does not register for the meeting.

Only two submitted abstracts may have the same presenting author. If the same team of authors wishes to submit more than two abstracts, it is necessary to indicate a different presenting author, both of whom need to be registered at the meeting.

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