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Please carefully select the topic for your submission:

  1. Haemorrhagic
    1. Aneurysms
    2. Brain AVM/AVF, spinal vascular malformations
    3. Miscellaneous
  2. Ischemic
    1. Logistics
    2. Imaging
    3. Treatment
  3. Other
    1. Innovation
    2. Clinical Management
    3. Paediatric
    4. ETMINT (nurses, technicians, radiographers)
    5. Miscellaneous

All accepted abstracts* will be published in the online supplement of JNIS, the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery, ESMINT’s official e-journal.

*except those previously published

ESMINT's Got Talent

Proposals submitted by presenting authors who are aged 35 or younger (born on or after 1 January 1989) may be considered for the ESMINT’s Got Talent prize. The winner will be invited to give an oral presentation followed by discussion.

If you wish to be considered for this prize, please click the appropriate checkbox during the online submission process.

You will need to upload a copy of your passport with a readily readable date of birth as proof of eligibility. Accepted document formats: BMP, GIF, JPG or PDF files, size limit 1 MB.

Your complete submission – including passport copy – must arrive by Monday, 29 April 2024, 11.59 PM CEST or it will not be considered.

If you have difficulties uploading your passport copy, please contact

Abstract publication in JNIS

All accepted abstracts* will be published in the online supplement of JNIS, the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery, ESMINT’s official e-journal.

*except those previously published

JNIS assigns each abstract a DOI to try to improve its visibility on other platforms.

Individual abstracts of abstract books/conference proceedings are not indexed by PubMed. Generally, they are less accepted than journal articles in databases and indexes. Of the main indexers, Google Scholar do index them.

Assigning DOIs to individual meeting abstracts offers several benefits and BMJ only publish meeting abstracts with DOIs for the following benefits:

  • Permanent identification: DOIs provide a unique and permanent identifier for each abstract, ensuring that it can be easily located and cited over time.
  • Easier to cite: A DOI makes it easier for researchers to cite specific abstracts in their own work. It provides a stable link that others can use to access the abstract directly, enhancing the accuracy and reliability of citations.
  • Enhanced visibility: DOIs can improve the visibility of meeting abstracts in academic databases and search engines. Some databases prioritize content with DOIs, making it more likely that the abstract will be discovered and accessed by researchers.
  • Integration with reference management tools: Many reference management tools, such as Zotero or EndNote, are designed to work seamlessly with DOIs. Providing a DOI for each abstract makes it more convenient for researchers to add the abstract to their reference libraries.

Guidelines for abstract submission

In order to standardise the layout, we kindly ask you to read the guidelines carefully.

Abstract Title and Authors Affiliation

  • Abstract title to be entered into the submission system, excluded from abstract template/body
  • Authors and their affiliations are also to be entered into the according field in the submission system, excluded from abstract body


  • The corresponding author is responsible for informing the co-authors about the status of the abstract. Please make sure that the corresponding/presenting author’s email address as well as full name is correct.
  • The presenting author of an accepted abstract must register and attend the conference.
  • All abstracts that reach the point of acceptance will be accepted for oral or poster presentation.
  • Should you wish to make corrections to an abstract already submitted you can do so in the submission system via “submitted abstracts”. Please note that alterations cannot be made after the above-mentioned abstract deadline.

Abstract body

  • Abstracts may be submitted only via the online submission form. Abstracts submitted via fax or email will not be accepted.
  • All abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • The abstract text may not be longer than 250 words, excluding disclosures and references. Disclosures and references can be added in the custom queries in a specific textbox.
  • The text has to be uploaded via the provided word document in the online system.
  • Please use the font “Time New Roman” in 12 pt.
  • The following structure is required:
    • Introduction
    • Aim of study
    • Method
    • Results
    • Conclusion
  • A maximum of 2 figures, black & white, to fit on the same abstract page (1 table/1 image or 2 images or 2 tables) in high resolution (300DPI TIFF, min 5x5cm) may be included in the abstract.
  • Previously published abstracts can be submitted and in case of acceptance presented but will be excluded from publication in the Abstract Book.
  • Videos are not accepted.

Notification of authors

Abstracts are subject to approval by the Scientific Committee and to final assignment for inclusion in the programme. Authors will be notified by email (therefore it is essential that you indicate your correct email address) mid June 2024. If no information has been provided to you by 05 July 2024 please contact us via for a status update. Full instructions concerning the preparation of the presentation will be included in the notification email.

Call for abstracts: Questions?

If you have questions regarding abstracts or need any assistance, please contact the support team at

Please always specify that you are referring to the ESMINT 2024 Congress and use your abstract reference number.

Abstract hotline: +41 61 686 77 22 (Monday – Friday during CEST business hours)