Welcome to the IFPA 2019 Abstract submission. Regular abstract submission is closed. The accepted regular abstracts will be published in Placenta Journal.
Late abstract submission is open
Late abstracts are not published in Placenta Journal and the authors are not eligible to abstract-based awards. If you wish to apply, please download the "Late abstract template" below and send the completed template to email@example.com. Late abstracts will be accepted until July 10th.
- Maximum word count is 300 words.
- The abstract should be structured in the following sections: Objective, Methods, Results and Conclusions.
- The presenting author of regular abstracts must be registered before 30th May 2019 for further publication of the abstract in Placenta Journal.
- Abstracts should not be submitted if the content has been accepted for publication AND will be available (on line or in paper) prior to the IFPA meeting in September.
- Late abstracts will be accepted until July 10th.
Additional forms for awards
Please notice that abstract awards requires the presentation of an additional form by email. You will not be considered for an award without these certifications.
New investigator awards form
New investigators are defined as students or researchers in full-time training or researchers who are within three years of their senior degree (e.g. Ph.D., M.D.). To apply for the YW Loke New Investigator Travel Awards, Elsevier New Investigator Award and National Institutes of Health New Investigator Travel Awards, please complete the New Investigator form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
This also applies for poster and oral session awards: Elsevier Trophoblast Research Award, The SLIMP New Investigator Award and Elsevier Placenta New Investigator Award
Mid-career Investigator form
Mid Career Investigators are defined as researchers who are within ten years of their senior degree (e.g. Ph.D., M.D.). To apply for the SLIMP Mid Career Travel Award and for presentation at the Mid-Career Session, please complete the Mid-Career form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Latin America-based investigator form
Latin America Based Investigators are defined as researchers with its main working address in any country of Latin America. To apply for the Elsevier New Investigator Award or SLIMP Mid Career Travel Award, please fill and signed the Latin America Based Form together with the corresponding New Investigator or Mid Career Investigator form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com before 1st May 2019.