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27th Conference of European Comparative Endocrinologists

University of Rennes Paris * | Rennes, FRANCE
From 125 to 500 EUR
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Title: 27th Conference of European Comparative Endocrinologists
Specialty: , Endocrinology
Dates: From Aug, 25, 2014 to Aug, 29, 2014
Location: Rennes, FRANCE
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 125 to 500 EUR
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 Plenary speakers have the option of:

  • a large review (15 to 25 pages double spaced recommended; no limit on the number of figures or references)
  • a mini -review (up to 12 pages double spaced recommended; up to 4 figures recommended; no limit on the number of references)

-  State-of-the-art and oral symposium presenters have the option of:

  • a mini -review (up to 12 pages double spaced recommended; up to 4 figures recommended; no limit on the number of references)
  • an original research article (see GCE author guidelines)

- All authors can publish 4 color figures at no charge.

The program committee can elect to invite selected poster presenters to submit an orginal research manuscript. However, we need to emphasis that this submission cannot be in the format of an extended abstract. It needs to be the appropriate length and depth for an originial research article and it will be handled as such.

  • Robert J Denver (USA)
  • Fabian Canosa (Argentina)
  • Rodolfo Cardenas (Mexico)
  • Oliana Carnevali (Italy)
  • Ching-Fong Chang (Taiwan)
  • Michael Conlon (UAE)
  • Luis Renato de Franca (Brasil)
  • Bert De Groef (Australia)
  • Wei Ge (China)
  • Yann Guiguen (France)
  • Hamid Habibi (Canada)
  • Keerikkattil Paily Joy (India)
  • Moses Inbaraj (India)
  • Horst-Werner Korf (Germany)
  • Makito Kobayashi (Japan)
  • David Lovejoy (Canada)
  • Rabia Magoul (Morocco)
  • José Antonio Muñoz-Cueto (Spain)
  • Yoshitaka Nagahama (Japan)
  • Subash Peter (India)
  • Deborah Power (Portugal)
  • Liliane Schoofs (Belgium)
  • Jay Yong Seong (Korea)
  • Gustavo Somoza (Argentina)
  • Manuel Tena-Sempere (Spain)
  • Vance Trudeau (Canada)
  • Glen Van der Kraak (Canada)
  • Denise Vizziano-Cantonnet (Urugay)
  • Hélène Volkoff (Canada)
  • Yonathan Zohar (USA)
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We recommend booking your hotel early. Please note that in France, breakfast is in most cases not included in the price.

Students can have access to the Youth Hotel on the basis of “first come, first served”.

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There are 4 types of presentations

  • Plenary (PL) lectures (invitation only) will consist of 40 minutes presentation.
  • State-of-the-art (SOTA) lectures (invitation only) will consist of 25 minutes presentation followed by 5 minutes of questions.
  • Oral presentations (OR): A number of ORs will be selected from the abstracts. ORs will consist of 15 minutes presentation followed by 5 minutes of questions
  • Poster presentations (PO)

Please read carefully the following instructions and follow them strictly.Abstract must be submitted only to: Submission of an abstract implies that your abstract will be published in the official conference abstract book.

  • Presenting authors of abstracts must be registered for the conference.
  • Abstract must be submitted no later than May 1st to ensure inclusion in the abstract book and to be considered for oral presentation.
  • Abstract must be original (i.e., not presented previously) and include actual results. It should not promote commercial products or services.
  • Abstract must be presented in clear and correct English. Consult linguistic expertise if necessary.
  • The Scientific Committee will determine whether the abstract will be accepted as an oral presentation or a poster presentation, or a journal publication, with consideration given to the author’s preference. 
The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission.

Editorial rules Read carefully the EDITORIAL RULES to format your abstract correctly.

  • Submit only .docx files and save your file under Name.docx. In case of multiple abstracts add a number for example: Name1.docx
  • Abstract should be prepared in a frame of 16 x19 cms. The font must be Arial, size 12, spacing 1, fully justified (see example provided on the abstract submission form).
  • Abstracts should not exceed 2600 characters, including spaces.
  • The title of the abstract should be in bold style. Names of the authors (family name followed by initials for first and middle names) should be on a separate line. On a separate line provide the full addresses of authors (including name of institution, city and country). E-mail address of the presenting author should be included. The text of the abstract will follow after one blank line. Abstracts must clearly and briefly state purpose, methods, results, and conclusions.
  • Provide 5 keywords that will be used to generate a keyword list for the abstract book.
  • DO NOT use columns in your text. Unless really necessary, avoid special characters, e.g. Greek letters or mathematical symbols.
  • The abstract, including title, authors’ names and addresses, must fit in the space provided on the abstract submission form.
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