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02 April 2024 Abstract submission deadline
03 May 2024 Notification of general acceptance or rejection
Mid-June 2024 Notification of specific acceptance (Oral or Poster presentation)


The abstract submission is only possible on-line. Abstracts submitted by other means or not compliant with the instructions will not be accepted.

• You may be the presenting author of any number of abstracts.
• All accepted submissions will either be presented as posters or as oral presentations.
• All abstracts have to be submitted in English.
• There is no fee for abstract submission but presenting authors must be registered participants of the congress and registration is mandatory by 15 May 2024.
• All submitted abstracts will be scored by a panel of judges. From the abstracts submitted for oral presentation, the highest ranked will be selected for workshop talks to be presented on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th  of September. There will be Bright sparks awards (24 awards, €750 each) for workshop presentations.
All poster presenters will be eligible to participate in the best poster award, in which the best 24 poster presentations will receive €300.
• Accepted abstracts will be published in a Supplement of the European Journal of Immunology.

• Application for travel grants – please click on EFIS TRAVEL GRANT to read EFIS guidelines and apply for grants.

Please carefully follow the instructions before submitting the abstract. The abstract will be online for editing by the submitter until 29 February 2024.

General acceptance will be notified ONLY to the presenting author by 03 May 2024


• The abstract must be written in English. The word text to be uploaded on the submission page should contain only the ABSTRACT TEXT not title and authors (title, authors and affiliations will be merged to the abstract text automatically).
• Abstract text must not exceed 350 words.
• Type your abstract in a common Word Processor (e.g., Microsoft Word). Save a copy of the file with the abstract text only (no title or authors) and be ready to upload it on the submission page.
• Ideally the usual structure of a scientific abstract (Purpose – Methods – Results – Conclusion) is applied, a template is available to be downloaded HERE and, on the submission page. However, a free structure is also allowed.
• Enter the source(s) of contributed support and/or grant numbers at the end of the abstract text.
Graphics, pictures and tables are not allowed.
• Please ensure that your abstract does not contain spelling, grammatical or scientific errors, as it will be reproduced exactly as submitted.
• Please note that, no advertising can be inserted, only generic names may be given (for drugs, tools, deans) and must not return any trade name.


• Carefully read the General Conditions to give your acceptance.
• Please select one Track (main topic)and one Category (topic) that you think relates most to your abstract.
• Type the abstract Title.
Abbreviations are not allowed in the title.
In the title, please use capital letters ONLY where necessary (e.g. ‘Detection of two novel large mutations in SLC7A9 by semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR’) and use italics only if necessary.
• Select the preferred Type of presentation (oral or poster); please note that the final decision about the type of presentation is up to the Scientific Committee.
• Select the Keywords (minimum 3 – maximum 6) that you think relates most to your abstract.
• Add all Authors (maximum 25) and Affiliations (a maximum of 3 institutions per author is allowed). The order as well as the name of the presenting author can be edited during the submission process.
• Select the Presenting author.
Presenting authors are expected to attend the congress and present their contribution. Authors who are unable to attend and give the presentation as scheduled, must notify the Organizing  Secretariat OIC and withdraw their abstract at AbstractECI2024@oic.it by 14 June 2024
• Complete all required Additional queries related to the Presenting author.
Upload the word file with your abstract text.
• Check the Summary and finally click on the Submit button which appears only if all steps have been completed. If the Submit button is not available at the bottom of the webpage, please check the “Todo’s”     list (right upper side of the page) to see which step is incomplete.

B lymphocyte regulation and function Antigens Allergy and asthma Adoptive cell therapy
Cellular mechanisms in innate immunology Antigen presentation Control of inflammation and tissue repair Artificial intelligence and immunity
Epithelial and stromal cells Chemokines and their receptors Genetic and environmental triggers of autoimmunity Bioinformatics and immunology
Immune exhaustion Cytokines and their receptors Immune deficiencies Cancer immunotherapy
Immune memory development Diversity of antigen recognition Manipulation of tolerance Cancer vaccines
Immune response regulation: cellular mechanisms Immune response regulation: molecular mechanisms Maintenance and local regulation of tissue specific immunity Cell communication and signaling
Innate lymphoid cells Immune senescence Mechanisms of atopic disease Cytokine and T lymphocyte-based immunotherapy
Innate lymphocyte development Lipid mediators and their receptors Bacterial, viral,  fungal, and parasitic immunology Novel approaches to vaccinology
Lymphocyte differentiation Molecular mechanisms in innate immunology Microbiota Therapy of allergy and hypersensitivity
Lymphoid lineage Pattern recognition receptors Neuroinflammation Therapy in autoimmunity
Myeloid lineage Mucosal immunity Vaccines
T lymphocyte regulation and function Polymorphisms and mutations in immunogenetics Vaccines for immunotherapy
Transplantation Immunology Visualizing immune response
Tumor microenvironment
Viral immunology
Immune regulation in cancer


Acquired Immunodeficiency Cytokines Immunoglobulin Receptors Oncolytic viruses
Adhesion Molecules Cytotoxic T cells Immunoglobulins Parasitic Infections
Adoptive cell therapy Defensins Immunology: Transplantation Pathogen recognition receptors
Airway Disease Dendritic Cells Immunometabolism Platelets
Airway Inflammation Desensitization Immunomodulation Probiotic Therapy
Allergens Diet and Immunity Immunotherapy Prostaglandins
Allergy Effector T cells Inflammasomes Proteomics
Antibody Eosinophils Inflammation Regulatory T cells
Antimicrobial peptides Epidemiology Inflammatory bowel disease Respiratory Tract Infections
Artificial Intelligence and Immunology Exercise Immunology Innate Immunity RNAseq
Asthma Flow Cytometry Innate Lymphoid cells Senescence
Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema Food Allergy Interferons Sex-differences in immunity
Autoimmune Disease GALT Interleukins Siglecs
Autophagy Gamma delta T cells Liver immunology Signal Transduction
B cells Glycosylation Lymphocytes Signaling
Bacterial infection Granulocytes Macrophages Skin immunology
BALT Helper T cells MAIT cells Specific Antibody Deficiency
Basophils HIV/AIDS Mast Cells Stem Cells
Bioinformatics Hygiene Hypothesis Mastocytosis T Cell Response
Cancer Hyper IgM Immunodeficiency Memory T Cells
Cancer Immunology Hypoxia Metabolomics Tolerance
Cancer Immunotherapy Immune checkpoints Monoclonal Antibodies Transcription Regulation
Cell Adhesion Molecules Immune dysfunction Monocytes Transplantation
Cell Mediated Immunity Immune evasion Mucosal Immunity Urticaria
Cell Signaling Immune regulation Mucosal vaccines Vaccines
Cell therapy Immunity to infection Mucus Vasculitis
Chemokines Immunity to Infection Parasitic Multiple sclerosis Venom Allergy
Chemotaxis Immunity to Infection: bacterial NALT Venom Immunotherapy
Clinical Trials Immunity to Infection: fungal Neutrophils Viral Immunity
Complement Immunity to Infection: viral NK/NKT Cells Viral Infections
Complement/Deficiency Immunization Nutrition and Immunology Viruses: Respiratory Diseases
Cysteinyl Leukotrienes Immunodeficiency Obesity White Blood Cell Disorders
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