This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Abstracts of scientific papers are sometimes poorly written, often lack important information, and occasionally convey a biased picture. This paper provides detailed suggestions, with examples, for writing the background, methods, results, and conclusions sections of a good abstract. The primary target of this paper is the young researcher; however, authors with all levels of experience may find useful ideas in the paper.
Rudolf Virchow, the founder of modern pathology, was the prototype of a researcher accomplishing a close interaction between social politics and molecular research which is nowadays still critical for establishing a successful treatment and prevention of complex disorders such as diabetes mellitus.
The EASD Annual Meeting promises to offer exciting insights into the most recent research findings in all aspects of diabetology. Berlin mirrors the most important recent political developments in the western world which have transformed it into a truly international city with extraordinary architecture, uniting historical buildings with contemporary design.
It will commence with the Opening Ceremony on the morning of Tuesday, 2 October. I look forward to welcoming you to Berlin where you will have the opportunity to enjoy an exciting scientific conference in a rich cultural and historical setting.
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Should you be contacted by, or find such an operation online, we kindly ask you to inform us as soon as possible. The deadline for abstract submission has passed. The submission deadline was 4 April Communications must be delivered in English.
There is no simultaneous translation. Submission of Abstracts The following is a brief overview of the abstract submission process. The Programme Committee has the right to remove an abstract if this contains data that has already been published.
However, EASD accepts the submission of abstracts that have been presented in recent months at local or national diabetes meetings e. An author submitting or presenting work that has been published in a journal before the EASD Abstract submission deadline 4 April Abstracts submitted on Human Studies: The box must be marked stating that the study has been reviewed by the Local Ethics Committee and that it has therefore been performed in accordance with the ethical standards laid down in the Helsinki Declaration see World Medical Association: Abstracts submitted on Animal Studies: Selection of abstracts for the Scientific Programme is made anonymously.
Each additional abstract will be removed from the system and will not be forwarded to the Review Committee. Additional abstracts will not be reviewed. Presenting authors may be co-authors of other abstracts.
Failure to do so, without prior or adequate explanation sent to the EASD Office by e-mail, may result in the author or the institution being banned from presenting abstracts for the next three years. Abstracts are welcome from non-members of EASD.
Please refer to the Registration section of this General Information, regarding the date by which authors must become members of EASD in order to qualify for preferential registration fees.
These regulations will be strictly enforced. The abstract must be submitted in English. New authors should create an account using a login name and a password.
All this is possible until the Abstract Submission Deadline: After this date the submission site will be closed.Many researchers, who, in all other respects are competent scientists, are afraid of writing. They are wary of the unwritten rules, the unspoken dogma and the inexplicably complex style, all of which seem to pervade conventional thinking about scientific writing.
An abstract is a brief summary of the paper you want to present at an academic conference, but actually it’s much more than that. It does not only say something about the paper you are proposing, but also a lot about yourself. Mary Bucholtz’s Writing Conference Abstracts Title Select a clear, informative title that contains all the key elements of your presentation (e.g., a key concept, the language or group under study, a general sense of your argument).
Abstract Format and Layout Guidelines – Important, please read! Writing an Abstract | Preparing an Oral Presentation | Preparing a Traditional Poster.
What is an Abstract? An abstract is a short written summary of work which an individual would like to share with others at a professional gathering. Marylou is a software engineer. What she finds most intriguing about computer programming is the the challenge of creating practical, clean, quality software amongst the complex and chaotic nature of designing and engineering web applications.
How to write an abstract for a scientific conference Chittaranjan Andrade writes in the Indian Journal of Psychiatry on how to write a good scientific abstract for a conference presentation.
This piece from BioScience Writers gives some good tips on writing about scientific research.