Abstract Submission deadline: August 7th, 2017
RULES & GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
Abstract must be written in English
You will receive confirmation that your abstract has been received, indicating the abstract number allocated. Please refer to this abstract number in all correspondence regarding the abstract.
Please contact Congress Secretariat if you have not received confirmation that your abstract has been received.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
- Requirements for Authors
You can submit only one paper as the first author/ presenter. However, you can be a co-author of other papers.
- How to Submit
We have provided the following word processing template that has been pre-formatted for your convenience. This template is already set with the correct page size, column widths, and margins that are required for TAKAO Symposium abstracts.
Please download the template below and use it for formatting and writing your meeting abstract.
Please observe the following requirements.
- Use the TAKAO Symposium abstract template. This will ensure that you are using the correct format.
- Complete your abstract within ONE PAGE (including Abstract title, Authors, Affiliations, Abstract: Font size ;11pt : Font type; Times or Times New Roman) and no figures.
- Abstract title: Up to 150 characters (not words) including spaces.
- Please use .doc or .docx.
- DO NOT password protect your file.
- Indicate category you would like to select on the abstract template
Please submit your abstract as an email attachment to the email below by July 31st, 2017
Contact: abstract_takao2017[A]convention[D]co[D]jp(Please change [A] to @,[D] to .)
Secretariat of the TAKAO Symposium 2017
c/o Japan Convention Services, Inc.
Japan Convention Services, Inc. 14th floor
Daido Seimei Kasumigaseki Bldg.
1-4-2 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0013, Japan
Phone : +81-3-3508-1214 Fax: +81-3-3508-1302
Select one of the following scientific categories about pulmonary circulation, ductus arteriosus and congenital heart disease;
- Morphogenesis of heart, ductus arteriosus and pulmonary vessels
- Pathogenesis of pulmonary hypertension
- Regeneration of heart and vessels
- Clinical aspects of cardiopulmonary diseases
- Clinical and basic science of ductus arteriosus