Abstract Submission is now closed

Call for Late-breaking abstract submission

Opens July 17, 2021 (00:00 CET)
Deadline August 15, 2021 (23:59 CET)
Notification August 25, 2021

Regular abstract submission closed.

The EMOP2021 Scientific Committee announces Late-breaking Abstract Submission to be included in the EMOP2021 programme as poster presentations.

Late-breaking abstracts can be submitted for consideration via the abstract submission system, prepared in MS Word documents as per instructions provided in the template. Abstract topics can be seen here.

Abstracts must be received by the announced deadline. Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered.

To ensure assessment of a late-breaking poster abstract and inclusion in the EMOP programme, registration of the presenting author, with payment, must be completed.

Notification of abstract acceptance will be communicated by August 25, 2021.

Key dates:
Registration Open 21 March 2021
Call for Abstract / Symposia Open 21 March 2021
Abstract Submission Deadline 28 June 2021 5 July 2021 (final extension)
Late-breaking abstract submission opens 17 July 2021
Acceptance Announcement 28 July 2021
Early Registration Deadline 12 August 2021
Late-breaking Abstract Submission Deadline 15 August 2021
Notification of acceptance of Late-breaking abstract submissions 25 August 2021
EFP Student Scholarships 30 August 2021
Young Scientist Awards 15 September 2021


Please read the submission rules before submitting an abstract.

  • Abstracts must be submitted online via the website only. Abstracts submitted by email will not be accepted.
  • Abstracts must be received by the announced deadline. Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered.
  • There will be no extensions of the deadline for abstract submission.
  • The abstracts will be presented as oral presentations or as posters. The preferred mode of presentation may be marked, but the final decision rests with the Scientific Committee.
  • Abstracts should be submitted as MS Word documents prepared as per instructions provided in the template.
  • The submitted version of the abstract will be the final one, subsequent changes will not be possible.
  • Each regular or virtual participant may be a presenting author of a maximum of three presentations at the Conference.
  • Presenting authors, both regular and virtual, must be registered participants. To register, the presenting author must first submit an abstract and get the Abstract ID.
  • Please note also that abstract presenters must pay the full appropriate fee (one day fee is not an option for abstract presenters).


Abbreviation Topic
Plenary Plenary lecture
CA COMBAR Combatting anthelmintic resistance in ruminants – COST Action 16230
ClinicToxo Clinical hot topics in toxoplasmosis
ClinicTropPar Clinical and tropical parasitology
Crypto Cryptosporidium
Dirofilaria Dirofilaria (not vectors)
EchinoDivers Diversity of Echinococcus and other taeniids
EVPC EVPC – European Veterinary Parasitology College Symp I, II
FishPar Fish parasitology
FoodWaterBorne Foodborne and waterborne parasites: changing climate, changing trends, changing parasites I & II …
Giardia Giardia
GnosisGIS 14th International Symposium of Geospatial Health – GnosisGIS
HelmImmunoMbiome Helminth immunomodulation and interactions with the microbiome
HelmPhylogen Helminth phylogeny and systematics
IntProjects International projects in parasitology
IWAAP 6th International Workshop on Arctic and Antarctic Parasitology – IWAAP 6
KE Mott 6th K. E. Mott Symposium on Schistosomiasis & Foodborne Trematodiases
Malaria Malaria I; II
Migrations Migrants and migrating parasites
Mosquitoes Mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases
OIE FoodborneZoon OIE Collaborative Centre on Foodborne Zoonotic Parasites Symposium on Foodborne zoonotic parasites
OneHealth A One Health approach to manage parasitic infections
OtherEctopar Other ectoparasites: from biology to control
Paleo Paleoparasitology
ParMicrobiome The microbiome of parasites and role in diseases
ProtoLivestock Protozoan infections in livestock and their control – zoonotic and animal health aspects
ProtoVacc Antiprotozoan vaccines: status and prospects
ProtozEnvironDg Protozoa in food & environment – methods used in different environmental matrices (water, soil, vegetables, shellfish…)
Publishing Publishing in parasitology
Sandflies Sandflies and sandfly-borne diseases
Systematics Systematic parasitology (Integrated approach to parasite biodiversity)
ToxoGenDivers Toxoplasma genetic diversity
Trichinella Trichinella
VectorEntomol Vector entomology
ViscLeish Diagnosis and epidemiology of visceral leishmaniasis
WildPar Wildlife parasitology
SEE Dirofil SEE Dirofilaria & other emerging vectorborne zoonoses
SEE EchTaenCyst SEE Echino/taenia/cysticerc
SEE OneHealth SEE One Health
SEE Toxo SEE Toxoplasmosis
SEE Trichinella Trichinellosis and Trichinella infection in SEE: current status
SEE Vectors SEE Vectors and vector-borne pathogens