Call for abstracts

The ISRS 2019 abstract submisssion is now closed.

Notifications of reviewing results were sent to the submitters on April 6, 2019.

Important dates

  • Abstract submission opening: August 2018
  • New abstract  submission deadline: February 14th, 2019 (midnight UTC+1:00)
  • Authors notification: April 6, 2019
  • Congress: 9 - 13 June 2019


The Scientific Committee will consider for acceptance abstracts that contain new science in the field of radiosurgery.
Submitting an abstract does not register you for ISRS 2019; you will be asked to register to the Congress.


  • All abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • All submitters of accepted abstracts must be registered to the congress to be included in the final programme.

Step 1: Prepare all the information about your abstract

Your abstract must contain:

  • A title
  • A list of authors with their affiliations. Please identify the first author and the speaker
  • A topic
  • A list of 3 key words
  • The main text of the abstract, in English

Step 2: Select a topic and a type of communication (nurses ans technicians, please select topic 34 & 35)

Please select the topic of your abstract, it will be helpful to the Scientific Committee. You may also choose the kind of communication you want to be considered for: an oral presentation or a poster presentation.
Proposed Topics:

01. Multicentre studies and clinical trials
02. Recent technology and Novel Focal Brain Therapies
03. SRS - Brain metastases
04. SRS - Benign brain tumors
05. SRS - Gliomas
06. SRS - Vascular disorders
07. SRS - Functional disorders (trigeminal neuralgia, tremor, psychosurgery, headache etc.)
08. Fractionated SRS for benign brain tumors
09. Fractionated SRS for malignant brain tumors
10. Staged SRS for large brain tumours
11. Spinal Radiosurgery - metastases
12. Spinal Radiosurgery - benign
13. SBRT - Head and Neck
14. SBRT - Genito-Urinary
15. SBRT - Lung
16. SBRT - Oligometastases
17. SBRT - Pancreas and Liver
18. SBRT - Breast
19. Charged Particle SRS & SBRT
20. New ideas and indications in SRS & SBRT 
21. Quality assurance and dosimetry
22. Radiobiology
23. Fraction number and dose calculation
24. Organs at risk and tolerances
25. Frameless SRS and image guidance
26. Integration of multimodality imaging, (fMR, MEG…)
27. Imaging for radiosurgery
28. Pediatric SRS/SBRT
29. Immunotherapy, Chemotherapy and Radiosurgery
30. Radiation Protection/oncogenesis
31. Ocular SRS
32. Meta-analysis in SRS - SRT - SBRT
33. Quality of Life / Cost Effectiveness
34. Nurses
35. Administration

Step 3: Title

  • The title must be in lowercase with just one single capital letter at the beginning (no capitals for each word in the title)
  • Do not use asterisks or symbols
  • Your title must be on a single line.

Step 4: Authors

You must create the list of your authors before submitting your abstracts.
Once created, you may select the authors for each abstract, change their order (initially the authors are in an alphabetical order), and select the speaker (the one who will have to be registered) as well as the first author.

Step 5: Text

  • Do not insert any image or table in the abstract you submit online
  • Your abstract must not exceed 300 words (2400 characters), including spaces
  • You should prepare the whole content of your abstract in an editor (Word, TextEdit, ...). You can use all classic fonts because the text will automatically be formated when submitted. Some problems may appear due to incompatibility between Mac and PC. We strongly recommend that you do not use any Greek letters but their plain counterparts: "Delta" instead of "Δ ", etc... (alpha, beta, gamma, micro, ...).

Step 6: Submit your abstract

Initially, the abstracts are registered under a "Draft" status. You can then take your time before submitting it. Only abstracts with a "Submitted" status will be forwarded to the Scientific Committee. After clicking "Submit", you will receive a confirmation of your submission by email.

Step 7: Create your account

The New Abstract Submission Deadline is February 14th, 2019 (midnight UTC+1:00)

Before you can submit your abstract (and go back to edit it), you have to create an account (or use your subsequent account if you have already submitted in past ISRS Congress).
Once you have filled in the necessary information and submitted the account registration form you will receive an email confirming the creation of your account.
After you have created your account, simply go to ‘Log into your account’ in the menu to access your abstract.

Please note: Your abstract will only be forwarded to the Scientific Committee for reviewing once you have submitted it. Initially your abstract will be in ‘Draft’ status. To submit it, be sure to click on the green arrow next to your abstract’s title. It's status has to be 'Reviewing Process'

Who’s who?

  1. The submitter’s account will receive the acceptance(s) and schedule documents
  2. The «presenter»’s account (who has to be registered to the congress) will receive the certificate of presentation of the poster(s) / presentations listed on his account.
  3. The first author, will be posted in first on the authors’ list.


If you have any question regarding the abstract submission process, please send us an email (click here).



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