4TH JOINT MEETING OF EUROPEAN CALCIFIED TISSUE SOCIETY & INTERNATIONAL BONE & MINERAL SOCIETY
De Doelen *ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS Visit the Venue to read more
We are delighted to provide you with details of the 4th Joint Meeting of European Calcified Tissue Society (ECTS) and the International Bone and Mineral Society (IBMS) which will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
The Joint Meeting offers an opportunity to enjoy a cutting-edge programme highlighting the latest advances in the field of calcified tissues and bone metabolism, addressing basic, translational and clinical research.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
- All accepted abstracts will be published online.
- Abstracts will be published exactly as submitted. Errors will not be amended by the organisers.
- Instructions for oral presentation and poster preparation will be e-mailed to authors prior to the congress and will be available on the congress website.
- Submission of an abstract implies that it has been approved by all listed authors and transfer of copyright to the ECTS becomes effective when the abstract has been accepted for presentation.
What is my commitment?
- Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the author(s) to present the abstract as accepted.
- Expenses associated with the preparation, submission and presentation of an abstract are the responsibility of the presenter(s)/author(s).
- No shows will be logged by the organisers. An author failing to present accepted material at two or more congresses will be asked to register in order for their abstract to be considered for acceptance by the scientific committee. If no registration is received their abstract(s) will be withdrawn prior to publication.
If you have any queries about the submission process or you wish to withdraw an abstract please contact the conference secretariat
Please note that abstracts may not be withdrawn after 28 February 2015, unless an acceptable explanation is received by the organisers. An example of an acceptable explanation would be the inability to reproduce the data described in the abstract.