Submission Guidelines

November 11, 2022

 

Editing Services 

Abstracts for the ENDO meeting must be submitted in English.  Language editing, translation, and poster formatting services are available through American Journal Experts. Endocrine Society members receive additional 10% off. Visit aje.com/go/esmeetings for more information. 

Payment 
A non-refundable handling fee of $90.00 USD is due at the time of abstract submission. (Credit Cards and Paypal are accepted).  

ENDO Meeting Registration 
Abstract submission does not automatically register you for ENDO. Presenting authors must be registered for your abstract to be included in the ENDO 2023 program. Upon abstract submission, the presenting author of the abstract agrees to register and attend ENDO to present the abstract. Online registration opens January 11, 2023.

Membership 
Membership is not a requirement to submit an abstract for ENDO, but Endocrine Society members receive special discounted ENDO registrations rates. You must be an Endocrine Society member to be considered for abstract awards. Join now to get the best rate for ENDO.

Authorship of Work 
Authorship on multiple abstracts is permitted.  

Co-Author and/or Primary Investigator Review 
The submitting author (contact) is responsible for ensuring that ALL co-authors and/or primary investigator review the abstract and agree to the Author Agreement and License to Publish prior to submission. Failure to obtain permission to publish from co-authors may result in abstract rejection.  

Prior Publication Policy 

Submitted abstracts cannot contain data previously presented at a national meeting within the United States at the time of abstract submission. 

Submitted abstracts cannot contain data already accepted for publication in any online or PubMed indexed venue at the time of abstract submission. 

Violators will be subject to abstract withdrawal and may be barred from presenting at future Endocrine Society meetings. 

Ethical Issues and Conduct 
Authors who submit research with or engage in publication ethical violations will be subject to exclusion for future abstract submissions. Review the Ethical Guidelines for Research

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