Student Competition Guidelines 2019
23rd ANNUAL ESDAR CONFERENCE, ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
The Organizing Committee is pleased to announce the Student Competition of the 23rd Annual ESDAR Conference. The contest is intended to engage student interest (ECAR interns and residents, doctoral thesis, PhD) in reproduction fields and to encourage them to present the results of their studies at the ESDAR Conference.
How to apply?
All those who are interested in participating in the competition should submit the abstract and click on Student Competition option for oral or poster participation. Notice the abstract should be accepted for participation, the submission will be subjected to the same rigorous peer-review process than regular ones. Oral communications are strictly limited to 6 minutes (5 minutes presentation and 1 minute discussion).
The first-place winner from each of the two modes of participation (oral or poster) will be awarded with the registration fee of the 24th Annual ESDAR Conference on the following year.
Moreover, for the second time, a few oral communications will be rigorously selected by the Organizing Committee for its publication in the journal Reproduction in Domestic Animals as
Guidelines for Short Communications
THE SELECTED ABSTRACTS for its PUBLICATION AS SHORT COMMUNICATION should be extended to a maximum of 1,800 words including figures, tables and references. Short Communications will be subject to accelerated, but very strict refereeing. Instructions for preparing your manuscript are available online in the RDA webpage:
Reproduction in Domestic Animals is an international journal publishing original, significant articles on reproduction in domestic animals, laboratory animals, and wildlife, with particular attention to basic, applied and clinical research. Reproduction is considered in a broad context, with its strong disciplinary, comparative core. The journal therefore covers obstetrics, neonatology and udder health, and welcomes contributions in these areas. The scope of the journal applies to veterinarians, breeders, and biologists while also being of interest to practitioners of human medicine.