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We welcome submissions of abstracts to the 11th International Conference on Pig Reproduction. All abstracts will be peer reviewed, and authors will be advised accordingly. Some abstracts will be selected for oral presentation and authors asked to write an extended abstract. All selected abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings.
Deadlines & Timeline
- 23 December 2022
Abstract submission deadline
- 13 January 2023
Oral presentation notification. Authors will be informed how to prepare extended abstracts.
- 23 January 2023
Poster presentation notification
- 15 February 2023
Extended abstract submission deadline for abstracts selected for oral presentations
- 5 April 2023
Deadline for presenting author to be registered for ICPR2023
- 5 April 2023
Deadline for Early Bird registration
- 5 May 2023
Deadline for Regular registration
Topics & Categories
The conference topical sessions include the following:
- Gametes and embryo physiology and manipulation
- Pregnancy and mechanisms governing embryo and piglet survival/vitality
- Genetic, metabolic and nutritional factors affecting reproduction
- Reproductive biotechnology including genomics, stem cells and transgenesis
Presenting Author Limit
One author can present a maximum of 3 abstracts as first author. There is no limit on the number of abstracts submitted as co-author (non-presenting author). The presenting author must register for the Conference by 5 April 2023 ; otherwise the abstract will be removed from the proceedings.
Suggestions for writing an Abstract:
- Give a clear title; if possible, the title should indicate the major finding.
- Include short description of background information.
- Provide the objective of the study near the start of the abstract.
- Describe briefly material and methods used in your study.
- Indicate what you found and allow the reader to infer your experimental approach.
- Include specific information (e.g. statistical analysis selected, means and P values) to maximize the value of the abstract.
- Finish with a clear statement of the main finding(s).
- Define all abbreviations (do not use excessive numbers of abbreviations).
Abstracts must be in English and prepared strictly according to the submission guidelines.
Please indicate whether you wish your abstract to be considered for:
- oral presentation
- poster presentation
- oral or poster presentation (no-preference)
To allow efficient handling of the abstracts, authors are requested to submit their abstract in one of the topics and are requested to submit 3 keywords.
The scientific committee reserves the right to switch abstracts to other topics.
- Abstracts must be in English and submitted on-line
- Abstract format:
- Abstract title: should be sentence case
- Authors: the names of the authors should be listed in the following order: Last name, First name, Department, Institution, City, Country.
- Abstract body: the abstract body should contain a maximum of 3000 characters, including spaces and punctuation.
- The use of tables, graphs, diagrams, images and embedded videos in the abstract submission is not allowed.
- Use standard abbreviations. Please explain special or unusual abbreviations the first time they appear.
- No changes will be possible after the submission deadline, other than those requested by the reviewers.
- It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that their text does not contain typographical or grammatical errors.
By submitting an abstract using this website the author confirms that:
- The submitted abstract is an original work that has never been published.
- The submitted abstract has been read and approved by all named authors.
- The presenting author will present a poster or deliver a talk at the conference, as requested by the panel of reviewers.