LINC 2022 abstract submission opens again!


Due to moving LINC to 6 – 9 June 2022, the abstract submission platform opens again.

Take this opportunity to submit your abstract on original research, challenging cases and complications, and innovations.

Abstract submission will close on 28 February 2022.
You will receive a reply with regards to the acceptance by end-March.

Only submit NEW abstracts.
Abstracts already submitted for LINC 2022 do not need to be submitted again.

Abstract submission

 LINC 2022 will accept abstracts on:

– Original research
– Challenging cases/complications
– Clinical trial updates
– Innovations

If selected for a presentation in the main programme, please keep yourself available on 6–9 June  2022 to present at LINC in person. If selected for the virtual poster presentation, please prepare a ppt/MP4 file. For both you will receive detailed information and an upload link from us.

Deadline for submission is extended and will end on 28 February 2022
You will receive a reply with regards to the acceptance by end-March.

Presenters of accepted presentations for the categories:
– Original research
– Challenging cases/complications
which are included in the main programme will have a reduced registration fee of 350,00 Euro.

Take advantage of this opportunity and submit your abstract for the following categories:

Original research abstract

Use this opportunity and submit your original research abstract to the LINC scientific committee.


Challenging case/complication abstract

Use this opportunity and submit your most challenging case/complication to the LINC scientific committee.


Innovation forum

The innovation forum is designed to highlight latest developments in medical device technologies as well as novel treatment approaches. The focus should be on very early stage clinical applications as well as pre-clinical work.


Clinical trial submission

The clinical trial update sessions are designed to keep the medical audience and in particular active researchers up-to-date on ongoing clinical research projects. The sessions will focus on clinical trial design aspects and inform about the status of trial conduct.

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