Events Clinical application of stem cells in kidney transplantation and nephrology | 2023 10 19

2023 10 19
K. Donelaicio St. 27, Kaunas

Clinical application of stem cells in kidney transplantation and nephrology | ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

You are kindly invited to present original research work as poster presentation on the following topics:

  • Stem cells
  • Regeneration
  • Cell therapy
  • Transplantation

All abstracts should be submitted through the online abstract submission system till 9th of October 2023. Each author can submit only one abstract as the first author. The person uploading the abstract through the online abstract submission system is automatically set as the contact person for the abstract. Seminar abstracts will be reviewed by scientific comittee. 
Members of the scientific committee: Prof. I. A. Bumblytė, Prof. R. Mačiulaitis, Dr. J. Mačiulaitis.

Seminar Secretariat will inform the abstract submitter about the acceptance/rejection of submitted abstracts by e-mail till the 13th of October, 2023. The abstract submitter is responsible for informing all co-authors about the status of the abstract. Abstracts’ submitters must be registered to the seminar in order to secure their poster presentation during the seminar. Allabstracts will be published at the event venue and on the event website.

Please contact Seminar Secretariat ( if you have not received your notification e-mail till the 13th of October, 2023.

Abstract requirements

The abstract should be written in English: the authors are responsible for grammar and spelling check. It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract.
The abstract must be originally written, previously not published. Literature reviews won‘t be accepted.
The abstract should be structured in the following order:

  1. Title (200 symbols). It should be written in all upper case letters and without abbreviations or acronyms.
  2. Researcher(s). Names and surnames for each author must be provided. The first should be presenting author’s name.
  3. Institution(s) (200 symbols). An affiliation for each author, listed by University/Company, Department and Country should be provided.
  4. Introduction: background and relevance of the research, research aim (750 symbols).
  5. Research methods and organization (2000 symbols): description of research organization; participants, methods, materials and statistical methods used in the research.
  6. Results (2000 symbols). The precise findings of the study must be provided.
  7. Conclusions (500 symbols). Conclusions and reliable inferences drawn from the study results must be provided.
  8. Reference list (Vancouver citation style, max 1500 symbols).