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Abstracts

  • Abstract submissions opens: April 12, 2019
  • Submission deadline: October 14, 2019
  • Notification of acceptance: by December 9, 2019.
          
                                           
 
     

Congress registration before January 6, 2020 is mandatory, in order to be published as described below and for the poster/oral presentation.

 

For registration rates and discounts click here. In order to allow abstract presenters enough time to facilitate funding and leave after notification of abstract acceptance, we exceptionally apply early bird registration fees to abstract presenters till January 6, 2020.

 

How to submit your abstract

How to submit your abstract

  • Submit your abstract online. You will receive a confirmation message within two business days. If you submit your abstract on the deadline day and do not receive confirmation within 48 hours, email: sstrachova@theisn.org.
  • Abstracts should focus on all aspects of nephrology, the treatment of renal disease or the scientific background relating to the study of the kidney. Submitted abstracts MUST describe unpublished work, which is not already in press and which is not awaiting possible acceptance by any other society/event that publishes its proceedings. We do not accept encore abstracts. Check out the abstract categories below:

    • Acid-base and electrolyte abnormalities in kidney disease
    • Acute kidney injury – mechanisms, experimental models and biomarkers
    • Acute kidney injury clinical, drugs, AKI-CKD continuum
    • Chronic kidney disease complications (CVD, hypertension, anemia, BMD, nutrition, infection)
    • Chronic kidney disease diagnosis, classification and progression
    • Chronic kidney disease, experimental models, biomarkers, precision medicine
    • Diabetic kidney disease, drugs and treatments
    • Epidemiology, outcomes and health service research related to CKD or its complications
    • Essential hypertension and renovascular kidney disease
    • Physiology of tubular function and tubulointerstitial kidney disease
    • Special challenges in the burden and management of CKD in low-resource countries
    • Vascular biology and endothelial function

    • Bioethics, supportive/palliative care and quality of life in ESRD
    • Epidemiology, outcomes and health services research in dialysis
    • Haemodialysis, haemodiafiltration and vascular access
    • Kidney transplantation and transplant immunology
    • Peritoneal dialysis
    • Clinical glomerulonephritis
    • Experimental models - Glomerulonephritis
    • Genetics and epigenetics (including common and rare genetic diseases)
    • Inflammation, fibrosis, matrix biology and oxidative stress
    • Kidney in pregnancy and post-partum
    • Pediatric nephrology
    • Tropical kidney diseases (viral nephropathies, TB, schistosomiasis)
    • Urologic disorders – stones, nephrocalcinosis