UEAA Best Abstracts scientific competition for 2023

Instruction to authors

It should be written in English and not exceed 500 words. The Abstract should be informative, convey the essence of the study or review and should be understandable to the reader without reading the publication itself when relevant. When referring to a published article, it should not contain material that is not in the main text of the publication. It should be under the DOCX, or PDF format.

Title, names and addresses of authors
The title should be concise (no more than 70 characters) and should not contain abbreviations. Standard terminology should be used in the title to facilitate information retrieval and indexing; for example, ‘Epidemiological survey of blackleg in cattle in France’ (topic, disease, species, country).
The family names of authors should be preceded by their initials and followed by a superscript bracketed Arabic number. The corresponding author should be identified with an asterisk and an email address supplied. The full address of each author should be given below the list of names, as follows:
H. Jones (1), M.L. Smith (2) & M. Webber (2)*
(1) Department of Animal Studies, Centre for Environmental Research, 12 Wxxx Street, London WI xxxx, United Kingdom
(2) Institute of Veterinary Research, 4 Portsmouth Road, Southampton Sxxxxx, United Kingdom
* Corresponding author: m.webber@ivr.org

Five keywords should be provided

Typing of the Manuscript
It should be typed on an A4 format, Font – Times New Roman; font size – 12 point, in 1.0. line space, and justified. Margins must be: left 3.00 cm, top 2.0 cm, bottom 2.0 cm, 2.0 cm right.
No bold letters except particular cases.

Source of the Abstracts
Will only be considered by UEAA, Abstracts sent by a letter of a member of the Governance of a UEAA member Academy or similar Organizations, which are members of the UEAA: President, Vice-President or General Secretary.

Professor Guram Aleksidze