The Abstract Submission site closes on January 29, 2014 (1pm ET).
REASONS TO SUBMIT
ICE/ENDO is the ideal venue to share research and exchange ideas. More than 3,000 abstract presenters are expected this year. Submit your best scientific research for oral, poster, and poster preview presentations.
Poster Previews are Back
Poster presenters with high-scoring abstracts will be invited to give a brief (3 minutes/3 slides) preview of their poster. Presentations are meant to provide the background and hypothesis of the research and entice the audience to the poster sessions to hear the conclusions and results. Sessions will take place at the beginning of extended oral sessions, on the same day as the presenter’s scheduled presentation.
Even More Exposure for your Work
All accepted abstracts will be published in an online supplement to Endocrine Reviews – the number one ranking journal in JCR’s Endocrinology and Metabolism category, with a 2012 Impact Factor of 14.873.
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Provided by The Endocrine Society
Available to students, fellows, and early career professionals, the following awards encourage and promote the research of future endocrinologists and help offset travel costs. For detailed information about the awards please click on the specific award. All award applications must be processed using the Abstract Award Submission Site which opens on December 3.
- The Endocrine Society’s Outstanding Abstract Awards
- Eugenia Rosemberg Abstract Awards
- Mara E. Lieberman Travel Grants
- New! Oral Abstract Award in Reproductive Science
- New! Helmsley Charitable Trust Abstract Award in Type 1 Diabetes
ISE Travel Grant (Provided by The International Society of Endocrinology)
Trainees who have first-authored top-scoring abstracts selected for poster presentation will be invited to participate in the Presidential Poster Competition at ICE/ENDO 2014.
Special Opportunities and Programming
ICE/ENDO 2014 offers students, fellows, and junior faculty opportunities that include:
- EndoCareers® Early Career Forum
- Career Development Workshops
- Presidential Poster Competition
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HIGHLIGHT YOUR CLINICAL TRIALS RESEARCH
Over 10,000 endocrinologists will be at ICE/ENDO 2014, making it a great venue for presenting your latest Clinical Trials Research. Clinical trials accepted for abstract presentation at ICE/ENDO 2014 may also be submitted for expedited review as manuscripts to The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) through the Clinical Trials Express program. (Contact Sherman@endocrine.orgwhen the accepted paper is ready for submission).
Reporters look to ENDO to keep informed of the latest clinical trials. Newsworthy trials are featured in news conferences and in the Research Summaries Book, a resource exclusively for reporters attending ENDO highlighting the most exciting presentations at the meeting. ENDO 2013 drew more than 70 reporters, both on-site and online. Media coverage from ENDO 2013 resulted in 2,490 separate news stories in media outlets including: The New York Times, ABC News, Fox News, Boston Globe, U.S. News & World Report, and Prevention.
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Everyone is welcome to submit an abstract for ICE/ENDO 2014. There are no member eligibility requirements or location restrictions.
- Authorship on multiple abstracts is permitted.
- Preference will be given to members of The Endocrine Society for certain abstract awards and travel grants.
Confirmation of abstract acceptance or rejection will be e-mailed to all co-authors listed on the abstract. Failure to obtain permission to publish from co-authors is liable to result in abstract rejection.
Prior Publication Policy
An abstract cannot contain data previously presented at a national meeting within the USA at the time of abstract submission.
An abstract cannot contain data already accepted for publication in any online or Pub-Med indexed venue at
the time of abstract submission.
Violators of this policy will be subject to administrative withdrawal of the abstract, and may be barred from presenting at future meetings of The Endocrine Society.
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Abstracts are allowed 2,500 characters. The abstract title, authors/institutions, disclosure information, support sources, and references are NOT counted toward this allotment. Please download and review the following guidelines:
Failure to comply with any of the above rules may lead to an abstract being rejected by the Annual Meeting Steering Committee. Gross violation of research or publication ethics may result in an author's exclusion from future abstract submission.
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Abstracts are reviewed, graded and accepted or rejected by the Annual Meeting Steering Committee. Approximately 10% of the top-scoring abstracts from each category are selected for oral sessions.
The number of oral session allocations is determined by the available space and the number of abstract presenters requesting oral presentation in each category. The remaining accepted abstracts are scheduled for poster presentation sessions. High-scoring abstracts selected for poster presentation may also be selected for poster preview.