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Present your research to the global liver community and get published in the Journal of Hepatology

Key dates:

06 October 2020: Abstract submission opening
02 February 2021: Abstract submission ends
01 April 2021: Abstract submitters notifications

20 April 2021: Late breaker abstract submission opening
29 April 2021: Late breaker abstract submission ends
18 May 2021: Late breaker abstract submitter notification

The 2020 pandemic ushered us in a new era, a new way of working, on many fronts. It caused many changes to research schedules, priorities, and funding, too. Some projects were put on hold, others pushed to the front. For those scientists wanting to present studies at ILC 2021, you will have an extra lead time to prepare your abstracts, to prepare how best to showcase your work at the congress. We count on you sharing the best of science with us, in liver disease and in this new era.

Best reasons to submit your abstract to ILC 2021

Network with experts

Present your abstract & interact with 10,000+ members of the international liver community at the event

Boost your career

  • If selected, your abstract will be published in the ILC 2021 Abstract book, a supplement of the Journal of Hepatology (IF 20.582, the best journal on liver disease).
  • Over 3,000 downloads of the Abstract Book ILC 2019
  • Inclusion in the scientific programme of the event

Be recognised

Possibility of winning an EASL award and receiving it in front of the ILC 2021 participants.

Beat liver disease

Shaping the future of hepatology. Together.

Types of presentations

All accepted abstracts submitted as a regular abstract or late-breaker will either be presented as:

  • an oral presentation or
  • a poster presentation

Instructions on how to prepare your oral or poster presentation will be provided shortly.

Oral & poster presentation templates

Once your research has been accepted, you can use the following oral & poster presentation templates. Using your own templates is allowed as long as they follow the requested oral presentation & poster presentation formats.

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