APAPARI 2019 provides the following topics to be chosen for those who will submit the abstracts either for Oral presentation or Poster Presentation:
- Basic immunology and allergy research
- Environment and allergy
- Atopic dermatitis
- Food allergy, OFC and OIT
- Allergic rhinitis and immunotherapy
- Allergic eye disease
- Drug allergy
- Abstracts submitted via this website.
- All abstracts must be written and presented in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication.
- Abstracts must be original and meet international ethical standards. Abstract will not be considered for presentation if they have been published as an article or have been accepted for publication (including manuscripts) in printed or electronic formats upon
15 June 2019 (submission deadline).
The deadline of abstract submission is extended to 15 July 2019
- Case reports that include findings that are significant and have applied appropriate statistical and analytical methods will be considered.
- It is author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact in the abstract text will be reproduced as typed by author.
- Abstract submission will be closed on 15 July 2019 at 23:59 GMT +7. No further edits to abstracts, author additions or changes to author information will be possible after this date.
- Notifications of acceptance will be sent to corresponding authors by 19 July 2019.
- Presentation type (please choose from one of the following):
a. Oral presentation
b. Poster Presentation
- The submitting author must be the presenting author.
- The Committee will endeavor to schedule abstracts according to authors' preferences but reserves the right to decide on the final form of presentation.
- The presenting author is expected to attend the Conference and present their abstract. Presenting authors of abstracts must be registered participants.
- The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of content of the abstract before submission to the Secretariat.
- Abstract title must be in sentence case with no full stop at the end and no underlining.
- A maximum of 250 words is allowed for the abstract text.
- Abstract topic: Abstracts must be allocated to a specific topic for the Scientific Program. Please choose from the list of topics.
- Tables and graphs should not be included in the abstract.
- References (maximum of 2) can be included in the body of the text.
- The abstract title and the author(s) or names of institutions are not to be included in the abstract text.
- Standard abbreviations may be employed in the text. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full wording at the first time the full wording appears in the body of the text.
- Non-proprietary (generic) names of drugs, written in lower case, are required at the first mention of a drug.
- Trade names are not allowed.
- Images: It is important to note that each image included in the abstract is worth 30 words. A maximum of 3 images can be included per abstract. The maximum file size of each graph/image is 500 KB. The maximum pixel size of the graph/image is 600(w) x 800(h) pixel. You may upload graphs in JPG, GIF or PNG format.
STRUCTURE OF THE ABSTRACTS
In order to make the abstract as informative as possible, please provide:
- A brief statement of the purpose of the study
- The method used
- The result observed
- The conclusions based upon the results
- It is inadequate to state "The results will be discussed" or "The data will be presented".
We kindly ask you to subtitle the paragraphs in bold format in the following order: Background, Method, Results, and Conclusions.
- Background: A statement of purpose of the study (preferably one sentence).
- Methods: A brief statement of the methods used. For abstracts reporting clinical research, a sentence or phrase presenting the most important selection criteria for subjects should be included.
- Results: A summary of the results presented in sufficient detail with statistical analysis to support the conclusions.
- Conclusions: A statement of the conclusions reached. It is not satisfactory to state, “the results will be discussed,” or “other data will be presented,” etc.
Affiliations should include department, institute, town and country. Where there are multiple affiliations, each should be listed as a separate paragraph. Each institute should appear in the order used against the author names and show the appropriate superscript number, e.g.:
- Department, University, Town, State, Zip code, Malaysia
- University, Town, State, Postcode, Malaysia
- Company, Town, State, Malaysia, Postcode
Please note! If affiliations are not listed as above you will not be published!
- Online Abstract submission is now closed.