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Add to Calendar 06/22/2022 08:00 06/26/2022 15:00 MM/DD/YYYY Europe/Zurich International Liver Congress 2022 ExCeL | London, United Kingdom

ILC 2022 abstract deadlines

The abstract submission is now closed. Thank you to all those who sent their research!

Benefit from early fee discounts if your submission was successful  

Those abstract presenters who took part in the second round of regular abstracts or the late-breaker abstract submissions and who were successfully selected  have  until 19 May, 23:59 CET, to register with early fees.

ILC 2022 list of accepted abstracts

See the list of accepted abstracts

Abstract submission information

Abstract submission rules for ILC 2022

Abstracts that have been presented in previous EASL or non-EASL International Gastroenterology/Hepatology Meetings are NOT accepted. If this rule is not respected, the abstract will be rejected and will not be considered for ILC 2022.

By submitting an abstract, you agree to the following statement: “If my abstract is accepted for presentation (oral or poster) at ILC 2022, I agree to present my abstract at the congress. I declare that my abstract contains original data that has not been published or accepted for publication for another meeting or conference and/or in a print or online journal.”

How to submit your abstract for ILC 2022

Submission fees waived for 27 countries defined as low-income economies

Abstract submitters from low-income economies* will be exempted from the EUR 50 required to submit their abstract(s). If you are from one of these countries, you can submit your abstract cost-free.

*As per the World Bank classification, low-income economies refers to this listing of these 27 countries:
Afghanistan; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Central African Republic; Chad; Congo Dem., Rep; Eritrea; Ethiopia; Gambia, The; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Korea Dem., People's Rep; Liberia; Madagascar; Malawi; Mali; Mozambique; Niger; Rwanda; Sierra Leone; Somalia; South Sudan; Sudan; Syrian Arab Republic; Togo; Uganda; and Yemen, Rep.

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