Thank you for your interest in NeuroGASTRO 2023. Please follow the guidelines on this page for submission of your abstract.
Do you want to present your very latest research breakthrough at NeuroGASTRO2023? Late breaking abstract submission for NeuroGASTRO 2023 will open on June 26, 2023. Submit until July 7, 2023.
Submit your abstract and get the chance to present your latest research in a session or as a poster.
The late breaking abstract submission process is a simple process. The abstract content must be provided as a word or rtf file with title, authors and affiliations, and will have been provided directly via email.
Please read the submission rules before submitting an abstract.
- The length of the abstract should not exceed 350 words, excluding author details and headers.
- The abstract should be structured as indicated in the guidelines. One figure can be included.
- Abstracts can be saved in draft status and completed before the deadline.
- The submission system will generate a submission number that must be used in all correspondence. If you do not receive this number immediately after your submission by email, your abstract has not been registered.
- Choose one primary topic listed below that best corresponds to the content of your abstract. If you wish, you can also select an alternative topic - this, however, is not mandatory.
- Mechanisms underlying normal and disordered gastrointestinal function.
- Pain mechanisms and visceral hypersensitivity
- Role of the microbiome and diet in health and disease, including the role of host-microbe interactions
- Dietary interventions, including pre-, pro- and syn- and postbiotics
- Mechanisms and diagnostic techniques in food intolerance
- Pathophysiological and clinical aspects of disorders of gut-brain interaction
- Technologies for the assessment of gastrointestinal motility and perception
- Current and future therapies for disordered gut function and disorders of gut-brain interaction,
- Brain-gut interactions in health and disease
- Epidemiology of disordered gut function and disorders of gut-brain interaction.
Mention the relevant topic corresponding to your preferred method of presentation.
Note that the ESNM Scientific Committee may or may not consider this choice.