ABSTRACTS

Topics
  • Brain death and enlarging the pool of cadaver organ
  • Organ Transplantation and Immunology
  • Transplantation and Infection
  • Challenges in Transplantation
  • Composite Organ Transplantation
  • Solid Organ Transplantation
Transplantation Proceedings

Abstracts approved by the Scientific Committee of the Transplantation 2014 Congress will be published at the "Transplantation Proceedings” depending upon the request of the abstract owner in accordance with the conditions mentioned in "Transplantation Proceedings Guideline” and providing the cost will be covered by the abstract owner. For this reason the abstracts will be submitted have to be prepared as full text in accordance with the writing rules mentioned in "Transplantation Proceedings” and the further applications will be accepted at the "Transplantation Proceedings” desk which will be open during the congress. "The best Oral” and "The best Poster” abstracts which will be selected by the award jury will be published by TTCCA.

Guidelines for Abstract Submissions
  • The heading must be written in MAJUSCULE and in BOLD by giving briefly the clear purpose of the subject in the box placed on the Abstract Form.
  • The heading should not contain abbreviations.
  • Each authors name who will be mentioned in the abstract must take place on the Abstract Form. The names must be written in the given boxes respectively as follows; first the surnames then the initials of the names of each author should be mentioned. A full stop must be placed after initials.
  • The name of the presenting author must be underlined.
  • The name of the hospital, department and the city must be indicated.
  • The text box placed on the Abstract Form must include only the text part of the abstract.
  • As directed while filling in the form by the system, the abstract must also be sent in a Word format.
  • The abstract must start with the aim, continue with the method and finalized with the conclusion.
  • The abstract must not exceed 250 words.
  • The abstract must be typed in a font size of 11 pt and in Times New Roman.
  • The text must contain only standard abbreviations and the abbreviation must be explained at first occurrence.
  • References or credits must not be mentioned on the abstract.
  • The best category defining the abstract must be marked on the form.
  • Type of the presentation (oral, poster) must be marked on the form.
Posters

Each poster has to be prepared on the basis of 70cm x 100cm.