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Extended deadline: 15 November 2019

Your opportunity to showcase your science: submit an abstract

Key reasons to submit your abstract:
Submit and present your research in the field of Stroke - Heart Interaction, ranging from risk factors to diagnostics to treatments to secondary prevention or rehabilitation.
Discuss with peers, clinicians and researchers alike and industry from around the world.
Widen your network of clinical and scientific interaction across specialties and across continents.
Accepted abstract presenters may be eligible for a 400 EUR travel grant ( travel grant applications open in November ).
Win a free registration and a 200 EUR travel grant for Heart & Stroke 2021: applies to the best 3 abstracts.


Key dates :

Abstracts submission open: 20 June 2019
Extended deadline for submission of abstracts: 15 November 2019
Notification of acceptance of abstracts: 25 November 2019

Early registration deadline: 31 July 2019
Late registration deadline: 30 November 2019
Presenting author payment deadline: 15 December 2019 ( Presenting authors fee 60 EUR + VAT 21% )



Guidelines for abstract submission

Abstracts must be submitted using exclusively the on-line abstract submission form you will find in this website. Abstracts submitted by email or fax will not be accepted. Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered. Submission of an abstract acknowledges your acceptance for its publication in the official programme. The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission.

The Presenting author must be the Contact author in the submission form and he/she must be listed the first in the list of authors. Each Presenting author can submit a maximum of  three( 3 ) abstracts. The Presenting author must register for the meeting before 30 November 2019 to ensure the abstract is included in the program and scheduled for presentation.

Accepted abstracts will be presented in poster format only, but a short presentation on the poster-board, chaired by a Faculty member, will be organised during breaks. More information will be included in the Abstract acceptance letter.

Abstracts must not exceed 300 words and must be submitted in English. Please do not leave blank lines to separate paragraphs. Special characters and symbols are accepted in the abstract except in the title. We suggest to type the text in  a Word processing programme in a common font, and copy-paste it into the corresponding field. Bold, italic and underlined texts are not accepted.

The abstract must follow the following structure:
Material and methods

Abstracts stating ‘data will be discussed in the presentation’ will not be accepted. The abstract body must not include any indication of the personal details of authors. Avoid also reference to institutions, locations or funding sources.

How to use the online abstract submission form

First of all, you will be required to Create a ‘New Account’ to sign in to your personal portal. Your personal portal will allow you to submit abstracts and register to the meeting after the review process. For any further information related to abstract submission please contact the Technical Secretariat by email:

Evaluation and acceptance

Authors will be notified by email whether their abstract has been accepted or rejected. The final reference number and poster session assigned to each paper will be notified by e-mail before the beginning of the meeting.