The 14th European Lupus Meeting intends to share the latest clinical and basic advances in the field of systemic lupus erythematosus with concurrent sessions combining invited talks, oral and abstract presentations, a great debate and fishbowl sessions.
Registrations will open on 1 September. For more information, visit: https://lupus24.be/registration/
Call for Abstracts
The Call for Abstracts will open on 1 September and the abstract submission deadline will be 30 October.
We welcome the submission of abstracts dealing with one of the congress topics:
- Antiphospholipid syndrome
- Classification and subsets
- Clinical manifestations
- Biomarkers, cytokines, complement, autoantibodies
- Damage and survival
- Pregnancy, fertility, and neonatal care
- Flares and remission / Disease activity
- Genetics, epigenetics and environment
- New lupus drug /targeted therapies
- Lupus nephritis
- Outcome measures
- Patient’s views and reported outcomes
Author guidelines and submission instructions will become available in due course. Please note that Encore abstracts are not accepted.
Accepted abstracts will be published in a supplement to Lupus Science & Medicine, which is the official journal of Lupus 2024.
Lupus Science & Medicine® is a global, peer-reviewed, open access lupus journal from LFA, publishing papers on all aspects of lupus and related diseases.
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The venue for the Congress will be the Concertgebouw which is located on the „’t Zand” Square in Bruges and has its proper underground car park facilities (Parking Het Zand for 500 cars) and is located at only a 5 minutes’ walk from the railway station where another car park for about 1,500 cars is available. All hotels are within walking distance and the short walk to the Concertgebouw will give delegates a general impression of Bruges’s architectural and historic splendour.
The Concertgebouw is a cultural centre, completed in 2002 when Bruges was European Capital of Culture. The halls, and the Concert Hall in particular, are famous throughout the world for their perfect acoustics. The building rests on 4,669 poles and the facades are covered with thousands of red terracotta tiles from Saint-Omer in northern France.