40TH ANNUAL EUROPEAN THYROID ASSOCIATION (ETA) MEETING
Hotel Crowne Plaza BelgradeBELGRADE, BELGIUM Visit the Venue to read more
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia with a population of nearly 2 million, making it the largest city in the region. It is uniquely located at the confluence of two big rivers the Sava and the Danube. Its history dates back to the Celts and Ancient Rome and the influence of the latter is still visible to this day.
Belgrade is the centre of culture, education, economy and science in Serbia, but what the city is most famous for is its unique spirit. The streets of Belgrade are bustling with constant energy. They provide a range of activities to suit all tastes at any time of the day. Restaurants offer different cuisines, from the traditional to the contemporary. Traditional food can also be found at the colourful open markets which you can explore in the mornings. At night, the city doesn’t sleep. The river banks are the hub of Belgrade nightlife. Belgrade is also worth visiting for its street art. The city is the convergence of ancient history and modern lifestyle and it is considered to be the Balkan equivalent of Berlin.
Belgrade is open to all European nations because of its very liberal visa policy, and it is directly connected to over 60 major destinations all over the continent. Once you arrive at the “Nikola Tesla” airport, it takes approximately 20 minutes to drive to the city centre. The venue, Hotel Crowne plaza, is located near the river Sava in the new part of the city. The old city centre is just across the Sava bridge, not more than 15 minutes away. Taxis and public transport are available 24/7.
We are looking forward to hosting the 40th Annual Meeting of the European Thyroid Association in 2017, and welcoming delegates to Belgrade. We hope that you will enjoy both the meeting and the city.
on behalf of the organizing committee
Jasmina Ćirić (secretary)
Biljana Beleslin (secretary)
For Group Reservations of more than 10 delegates please log in to the registration system and apply for “Group Registration”.
Congress Registration fee includes:
Access to all congress sessions and commercial exhibition
All congress materials and a name badge
Scientific Programme incorporating the Abstract Book
Certificate of Attendance
Refreshment breaks during the congress
Registration does not include:
Accommodation, tickets to the social events (unless stated)
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Our local partner in Belgrade has secured a large number of hotel rooms in all categories. Your booking can be effected via the following booking link:
If you need more information or group arrangements, such as hotel reservations, bus transfers or group dinners please contact Mrs. Martina LASKAČ: email@example.com
Abstracts are invited from all participants for oral and poster presentation. All abstracts should be submitted in English and sent electronically via the Online Submission Form before 30th March 2017 (midnight CET). Abstracts can only be accepted via on-line submission.
Notification on acceptance/rejection of the abstracts will be emailed by end May 2017.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the European Thyroid Journal.
All abstract presenters must register and pay the registration fee and are committed to make their presentation orally or stand by their poster.
Abstract submission deadline 2017-06-16
Abstracts should clearly state the following:
Presenting Author’s name and full contact details, plus name and full address of co-authors
Abstract Presentation title
Please state preferred presentation form of abstract, i.e. oral (including submission for the Young Investigators Session (< 35 yrs), poster or no preference.
Do not include author names in the title or body of your abstract as the reviewing process is “blind”– you can enter the names online in the designated areas during the submission process.
The abstract text should contain no more than 300 words (including numbers and symbols) and should state the objectives, methods and results and conclusions of the study. Case reports should include introduction, case report and conclusions.
Abstracts must be written in Arial font size 10 with single spacing.
One table per abstract is permitted. Each table should consist of no more than 10 rows x 10 columns. After generating and editing the table you have to position it into the abstract text! It is not mandatory to include a table into your abstract. Figures are not permitted.
Authors are allowed to appear on more than one abstract, but as first author on no more than one. Submitted abstracts should not have been previously published.
Susanne Rothe , ETA Standing Office