Abstract Submission

Abstract submission is closed.
General Information:
This year the poster session will be held virtually. This means, you will present your poster via zoom, which will then be streamed online.

Nutrients (IF: 5.717, ISSN 2072-6643) is an on-line open access journal that was first published in 2009. Nutrients adheres to rigorous peer review and editorial processes and publishes only high quality manuscripts that address important issues related to the impacts of nutrients on human health.
The link of the conference joint Special issue is https://www.mdpi.com/journal/nutrients/special_issues/Nutrition_Vascular.
There will be 15% discount for the attendee’s full paper publication in our journal.

Main Topics:
Lipidmetabolism und immunecell function
Mechanisms of disease chronification
Disease mechanisms in early life
Obesity, diabetes and lipid metabolism
Platelet lipidomics and vascular disease
Macrophage lipid metabolism
Single cell analyses in obesity and atherosclerosis
Disease resolution in atherosclerosis
New approaches to patient statrification
Lipids and fatty liver disease
Lipidomics in chronic diseases

Guidelines for submission:

  •  All abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • Authors are responsible for the literary standard of submitted abstracts. If necessary, authors are recommended to seek help of English speaking colleagues.
  • Further, it is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract; any errors in spelling, grammar, or scientific fact will be published as typed by the author.
  • Standard abbreviations must be used. Other abbreviations must be defined in brackets after the first use of the word.
  • Please provide information on potential conflicts of interest.
  • Abstracts can be submitted for a poster presentation.
  • 2,500 characters (including spaces) is the maximum length for an abstract text (excluding title, authors and affiliations).
  • The abstract body should be divided as follows: Introduction – Methods – Results – Conclusions.
  • Please provide up to 3 references and 5 keywords describing your contribution.
  • Submitted abstracts can be re-opened for revision at any time before the deadline.