Abstract submission

Abstract submission guidelines

  • Abstracts can only be submitted online via the abstract submission form. Abstracts sent by post, fax or email will not be accepted. No exceptions will be made

  • All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English

  • The content of the abstract must be related to one of the categories listed below

  • To ensure smooth scoring of papers, the topic of your work must be selected during the submission process

  • For standardization, the acceptable length of the abstract is a maximum of 500 words

  • The abstract should include a title that clearly indicates the nature of the investigation, and where applicable, include the following sections:

  • Objectives

  • Methods

  • Results

  • Conclusion  

  • The abstract should be text only (no figure or image)

  • After having submitted your abstract, you will immediately receive a confirmation by e-mail. If you do not receive a confirmation by e-mail please contact the secretariat at info@ishamasia.com

  • You can save your abstract as DRAFT or make corrections to your submitted abstract through the online submission system until June 21, 2021. Changes to your abstract will not be possible after the deadline

  • Please ensure your abstract does not contain spelling, grammar or scientific mistakes, as it will be reproduced exactly as submitted. Linguistic accuracy is your responsibility. No proofreading will be done

  • The presenting author of the abstract must be registered for the meeting

  • If an abstract is accepted, the presenting author must attend the virtual congress

  • All accepted abstracts will be published digitally

  • You can submit more than one abstract in the same abstract category or different abstract categories

Abstract categories

  1. Antifungal agents, including pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics

  2. Antifungal susceptibility and resistance

  3. Clinical mycology and management of fungal diseases

  4. Cutaneous/superficial fungal infections

  5. Diagnostic mycology

  6. Epidemiology

  7. Fundamental/basic mycology

  8. Infection control and prevention

  9.  Pathogenesis and immunity 

Abstract presentation types

The following presentation type possibilities are available. Please note that the choice made while submitting the abstract is not necessary the final presentation type. The final choice will be made by the scientific committee and communicated after June 21, 2021.

E-poster presentation

E-posters will be available on a designated page on the virtual platform at all times for the delegates during the congress and on-demand for 1 month following the congress. Viewers will be able to easily find and browse e-posters, and download the posters in PDF format when permitted by the presenter. Viewers will also be able to post comments or questions in the e-poster page.

Upon confirmation, presenters of e-posters who have registered will receive specific instructions on how to prepare and submit their e-posters.

Oral presentation

Oral presentations provide an opportunity for authors to submit a recorded video presentation presenting their findings/papers. Oral presentations will be available on a designated page on the virtual platform at all times for the delegates during the congress and on-demand for 1 month following the congress. Viewers will be able to easily find and watch the oral presentations online, and download the slides in PDF format when permitted by the presenter. Viewers will also be able to post comments or questions in the e-poster page.

Abstracts are selected for oral presentations by the scientific committee. Each mini oral presentation is maximum 8 min long (maximum 8 slides, not including title slide and ending slide). Upon confirmation, presenters of oral presentations who have registered will receive specific instructions on how to record and submit their presentations.