Lymphatic Forum 2019
May 30-June 1, 2019
Abstracts are due March 15, 2019.
Organizers will select nano-talks (5 minute presentations) from submitted abstracts authored by young investigators* for inclusion in the regular sessions
Other sessions, as indicated in the schedule, will include short talks from selected abstracts.
Please follow the application rules included in the abstract submission guidelines.
The organizers will review and attempt to program all submitted abstracts. The organizers reserve the right to reject any abstract. Young investigators should indicate if they are interested in presenting a nano-talk in one of the regular sessions, if they are interested in presenting in the Young Investigator Session and/or if they are interested in co-chairing the Young Investigator Session.
- Use Arial font, 10 point
- Abstract titles are limited to 250 characters (including spaces)
- Abstracts are limited to 2,000 characters (including spaces)
- DO NOT include the title, authors or author affiliations in the body of the abstract
- Enter each co-author into the database, be consistent with affiliations and include co-authors' emails, cities, states and countries
- You may submit more than one abstract
- Additional instructions available here.
Biomechanics of Lymphatics
Interface of Lymphatic and Immune Systems
Lymphatic Endothelial Cells
Lymphatic Muscle Cells
Lymph Flow and Transport
Lymphatic Development and Remodeling
Lymphatics and Disease
Lymphatic Physiology, Structure and Function
Quantitative Analysis of the Lymphatic System
* A young investigator, or trainee, is defined as: undergraduate, graduate or medical student, postdoctoral trainee, resident or clinical fellow