Call for abstracts

The new deadline for abstract submission is 30th April, 2021

Best abstracts will be selected for oral presentations.

Best Poster Award: the best work presented in the Poster section will be awarded with a copy of the texbook "Principles of Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics" Edited by: R. DE Caterina, J. A. Martinez and M. Kohlmeier, 2020, Elsevier,

Students and young researchers are invited to submit unpublished research results.

The accepted abstracts will be published in the  journal "Lifestyle Genomics".

The accepted abstracts have to be presented also as poster

Abstract Submission Policies

Abstracts must be work that has not been accepted for publication at the time of submission.
All abstract submissions will be peer reviewed and may be submitted as an oral presentation or a poster presentation.
An individual may be the First (submitting) Author of only one abstract.
The Presenting Author must be the First (submitting) Author and the individual whose name appears first on the abstract.
An abstract must be submitted with the intention that, if accepted, it will be presented by the First Author.
There is no limit to the number of times an individual may appear as a co-author on abstracts.
All abstract submissions must be in English. All presentations based on accepted abstract submissions must be made in English.
ONLY those abstracts submitted via the official abstract submission site will be considered.

Key dates for the 2021 Abstract Program

Jan 8, 2021 Abstract submission site opens
April 30, 2021 Abstract submission deadline
May 15, 2021 Abstract acceptance notifications sent to First Author 

Abstract Structure

Abstracts in all Tracks and without exception should be structured as follows:
Author names, Affiliation, E-mail of the author that will present the study

The abstract must to be written in Times New Roman 12 and limited to 3000 characters including the title, body, authors, affiliations and spacing (one page A4) .
Abstract should be submitted as word format.


The posters  will be presented and discussed during the  virtual sessions of the summer school