- Antimicrobial resistance
- Bioterrorism and Biological Warfare
- Climate change and ecological factors in disease emergence
- Diseases at the interface of humans, wildlife and other animals
- Foodborne and waterborne diseases
- Infections related to travel and migration
- Influenza and other respiratory infections
- Innovations in diagnostic tests for emerging diseases
- Infections of public health significance
- New pathogen discovery
- Outbreak modeling
- New approaches to outbreak surveillance and monitoring
- Outbreak response and control
- Public Communication of outbreaks and emerging diseases
- Sociopolitical factors in disease emergence
- Vaccines and emergence of vaccine preventable diseases
- Vectorborne diseases
Authors with original research are encouraged to submit abstracts related
to the above mentioned topics and related fields of investigation.
- Abstract submission deadline: December 1, 2010 (extended
deadline: December 8, 2011).
- We are pleased to announce that we are able to extend the abstract
deadline for IMED 2011 until December 8, 2010. This will allow
timely and up-to-date abstracts to be presented at IMED. Now is the
time to submit your abstracts. Accepted abstracts may be presented
as posters during two dedicated poster sessions, and selected abstracts
will be presented in four platform sessions.
- Abstracts acceptance / rejection notifications will be sent by December
- Authors are requested to submit abstracts in ENGLISH.
- Abstracts must be submitted online.
- The abstract should not exceed 350 words.
Abstracts that do not comply with the guidelines will not be accepted.
- Abstracts may be submitted for oral or poster presentations. Please
indicate your preference.
- Abstract titles should not be longer than two lines and should NOT
be in all caps
(e.g. correct: Virological investigations in native bat species
- All abstracts must be structured as follows:
Background: A statement of the hypothesis or research question.
Methods: An explanation of the study design and experimental
Results: A concise summary of the major findings of the experiment
or study. Sufficient data must be provided to permit evaluation by the
reviewers and public reading the abstracts.
Statements such as "additional information to be presented at the meeting"
are not acceptable.
Conclusion: Summary of the overall findings and the importance
of the study.
- All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. The accepted
abstract will be assigned to appropriate poster or oral sessions. A
notification will be emailed to every author.
- All authors who wish to present their abstract at the conference must
pay the registration fee. No honorarium, travel or accommodation expenses
will be provided for presentations.
- Please contact ISID, Doris Steinbach, if you have any
questions regarding abstract submissions (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
return to top