Abstracts

IGM Abstract Format
 

All abstracts will be published in the journal of the International Society of Gender Medicine, Gender and the Genome, which is a publication of SAGE.
 

Authors are strongly encouraged to submit their abstract earlier to avoid technical issues that may occur during online submission due to last-minute submissions.

Presenting authors are required to register for the Congress online or at the onsite registration desk.

Abstract submission closes on 1 July, 23:59 CEST. Please note that the IGM Congress 2019 will not be accepting late-breaking abstracts. Notification of acceptance / rejection will be announced in early-august 2019.
 

Only the following formats are allowed: Microsoft word (DOC, DOCX); Rich text format (RTF);

Margins: 1 inch or 2.54 cm

Font (all text): Arial 11 point. All abstracts should be double-spaced.
 

Title: The complete title of the work should not exceed 15-18 words. Use upper case for each word and bold face.
 

Authors: All contributing authors’ full names (first, middle initial, and last name) and complete academic affiliation (where the actual work was done), including city and country name, are required. Provide full contact details for the corresponding/presenting author including email and mailing address.

Present the authors' affiliation addresses below the names. Indicate all affiliations with a superscript Arabic numeral immediately after the author's name and in front of the appropriate address. The corresponding/presenting author should be identified with an asterisk.
 

Abstract: Should be a non-structured abstract of no more than 300 words, which should be self-explanatory without reference. References, proprietary, and trade names are not permitted in the abstract. Provide a brief background, clearly state the hypothesis, briefly describe the experimental methods and results, and provide general conclusions.
 

Funding: Provide the funding source for the study. If no funding was received, this should be stated as follows: This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.
 

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