Targeting Microbiota Abstract Submission

Deadline for Short Oral Presentation Abstract Submission:
September 16, 2024

Deadline for Poster Presentation Abstract Submission:
September 19, 2024

Submission Guidelines:

  1. Submit abstracts to the Scientific Committee.
  2. Use the online form for submissions. Abstracts not using this form will not be considered.
  3. One abstract per registered person.
  4. For oral submissions: prioritize in-person presentations. Online presentations require prior approval.
  5. Online poster submissions are accepted.
  6. No changes after the submission deadline.
  7. Abstracts cannot be modified post-acceptance.

Abstract Format:

  1. Title: Max 20 words.
  2. Text: Max 200 words, divided into Introduction, Materials & Methods, Conclusion.
  3. Define unusual abbreviations on first use.
  4. Relate to conference tracks or sessions, and specify the topic.
  5. Include references (max 3).
  6. Submit in both Word and PDF formats, prepared in B5 format.

Download abstract format guidelines here in Word or in PDF.

Abstracts not following the formalities will not be considered.

Microbiota Boutons

 Reviewing and Selection Process

  • All submissions reviewed by the Scientific Committee.
  • Selection based on originality, novelty, impact (score 1-10).
  • Scores 9-10: considered for oral presentation.
  • Scores 6-8: accepted for poster presentation.
  • Preference for in-person short oral presentations.
  • E-posters can be accepted.
  • Low-quality or off-topic abstracts may be rejected.

Published Abstracts

Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference abstracts book.

Short Oral Presentations

  • Duration: 8 minutes presentation, 2 minutes Q&A.
  • Slide limit: 8 slides (+1 for title).
  • Cover research aim, methods, results, conclusion.
  • Timing subject to final program adjustments.

A1 Poster size

 Posters Session

  • Format: A1 vertical (84.1cm x 59.4cm).
  • Presented during coffee and lunch breaks.
  • E-posters to be emailed to: microbiota[at]


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