Abstract submission for ENDO 2024 is now open!

October 31, 2023

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We are pleased to announce that you can now submit your abstract for ENDO 2024. The Congress will take place on July 4–6, 2024 in Seoul, Korea. ENDO 2024 welcomes both written and video abstracts in English, submitted via https://worldendo2024.org/abstract-submission/

You can select the format which shows your research best: clinical trial, case report, video presentation.

When writing your abstract, please bear in mind the required structure: aims, methods, results, and conclusions. Your abstract should include a maximum of 50 words in its title, and a maximum word count of 300 for the abstract body. If you are submitting a video abstract, your video should have a maximum duration of 5 minutes and the file must not be larger than 200 MB.

A small number of the highest-scoring and outstanding abstracts will be selected for oral presentation during the opening and plenary sessions; most abstracts will be displayed in the e-Poster Exhibition. Accepted video abstracts can be entered into the WEO World Cup Video Forum, as part of the ENDO 2024 Scientific Program. Accepted abstracts will be published in the ENDO 2024 Abstract Supplement of the journal Digestive Endoscopy (DEN).

More than 60 grants are being awarded to authors submitting abstracts for ENDO 2024. In addition to the WEO grants, our collaborating scientific partners, the Asian-Pacific Society for Digestive Endoscopy (A-PSDE) and the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES), have kindly offered grants. The award benefits also include waiving of the Congress registration fee.

Common eligibility criteria for all grants:

  • You must be the presenting author of an accepted ENDO 2024 abstract
  • Aged 45 years or younger,
  • Be available and willing to travel to ENDO 2024, July 4–6, 2024 in Seoul, Korea.

The Asian-Pacific Society for Digestive Endoscopy (A-PSDE) is offering up to 24 grants of USD 1,000 each. These comprise up to two grants for abstracts from each of the following countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Vietnam, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Thailand. Eligibility: Authors of top-ranked abstracts from the countries listed above, of 45 years of age or younger.

World Endoscopy Organization (WEO) is offering 30 grants. These fall into three categories:

– Distinguished Abstracts Awards: 3 grants of USD 1,000 each.

Three outstanding abstracts will be recognized by one of the following:

  • The Glaciomar Machado Award
  • The Hirohumi Niwa Award
  • The Anthony Axon Award

– Best Abstract Award Grant II: 7 grants of USD 1,000 each

– Best Abstract Award Grant III 20 grants of USD 500 each

Eligibility: authors of top-ranked abstracts, 45 years of age and younger.

The above ENDO 2024 grants will be awarded to authors of the most highly ranked abstracts that were submitted to ENDO 2024 through the regular abstract submission process. The aim is to facilitate the participation of young endoscopists in the Congress in Seoul. In addition to providing a wealth of knowledge, ENDO 2024 will present the opportunity for younger clinicians to meet and form alliances with like-minded colleagues from around the world. Detailed information can be found at worldendo2024.org .

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