All Abstracts have been published
The abstracts from the AMP Europe 2023 Congress have been published in an online supplement of The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics.
You can view all abstracts here.
Abstract Submissions are now closed!
Notification: The Author will be notified by email in March 2023
Publication in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics
An abstract that is received by the submission deadline will be considered for publication as an online supplement to the June 2023 issue of AMP’s official journal, The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics (JMD). In order to be eligible for publication in the JMD, this abstract must not have been published elsewhere and may not be currently under consideration as an abstract for another meeting that occurs prior to June 2023. You may, however, submit here if there are significant and substantive new data/findings in this submission. Additionally, if you submitted and/or presented an abstract at the 2022 AMP Annual Meeting, this restriction is waived, but you are encouraged to include additional data if available. Acceptance for publication is the sole decision of the AMP Europe 2023 Organizing Committee.
- Genetics/Inherited Conditions
- Infectious Diseases
- Solid Tumors
- Other (Education, Tech Topics, etc.)*
*Abstract submissions in the “Other (Education, etc.)” topic category may include descriptions of novel educational approaches, innovative programs, pioneering technologies, etc. As with other abstract submissions, these abstract submissions must demonstrate the scientific method, i.e., describe the methodology and data collection, identify how to measure, analyze, and report outcomes, and provide conclusions.
The AMP Global Young Investigator Travel Awards provide travel assistance to the AMP International meeting to help nurture the next generation of molecular professionals in laboratory medicine.
Deadline: February 28, 2023
The AMP Global Young Investigator Poster Awards recognizes the best abstracts submitted by trainees or early career technicians or laboratory scientists who are first authors and who present outstanding basic or applied research in poster format. To be considered, please indicate your interest within the abstract submission site. Judging will take place onsite at the event.
Deadline: February 1, 2023
Please type your Abstract Title in title case, e.g., “This Is an Example of Title Case”. You may include italics (gene names), Greek letters, and special symbols, e.g. °C (degree sign), etc. The Abstract Title is limited to no more than 200 characters.
All abstracts are limited to a total of 3,000 characters (including spaces) and either one table or one chart.
Your abstract must include the following information:
- Introduction: a brief discussion of the background or rationale of the study and/or the question addressed.
- Methods: the experimental approach, materials, and methods used in the study.
- Results: the data and results obtained in the study.
- Conclusions: the conclusions and/or implications of the results.
Abstracts that are not submitted properly will receive an administrative reject and will not be reviewed.
Abstract submission deadline: February 1, 2023
Abstracts must be submitted properly and in English. The online system is a database, with data fields (title, author 1, author 2, author 3, etc.) that are used to generate the published abstracts. Therefore, pay careful attention to the submission instructions and to the submission process, including spelling, capitalization, author names, etc. Avoid citing sources in your abstract. The abstract should focus on your original research, not on the work of others. The abstract should be self-contained and fully understandable without reference to other sources.
All abstracts must include the required headers listed below; each header must be included in your text:
- Number of authors: 30
- Abstract Title: 200 characters
- Abstract Content: 3000 characters (with spaces and including section headers)
You may include formatting (italicizing genes), Greek letters and special symbols, e.g., °C (degree sign), superscripts, etc. Data must be reported in narrative format in the abstract submission; tables may be included in your poster.
Your abstract will be rated using four criteria:
- Originality and Clarity
- Scientific Merit/Rigor
- Appropriate Conclusions
Summary: Grounds for abstract rejection are:
- Failure to follow directions in 1-4.
- Abstracts that are not eligible for publication in JMD, i.e., have been submitted to another publication or to another meeting that occurs prior to June 2023. Exception: if you submitted and/or presented an abstract at the 2022 AMP Annual Meeting, this restriction is waived, but you are encouraged to include additional data if available.
- Abstract contains no scientific data or has only a promise of future data.
- Duplicate abstracts are submitted.
- Any author violated any of the AMP rules for presentation at a previous meeting, e.g., the authors failed to present a poster without notifying AMP prior to the meeting.
The five most common reasons for rejection are:
- Previously presented/published
- Poor organization/clarity
- Does not provide novel information
- Insufficient scientific quality
- Insufficient data