Why Submit

Why Submit

Be at the spotlight
in Munich

Hear from the international experts, part of the ICLE community why you should take this opportunity and submit your original work for ICLE 2023.

Make a great impact in 2023!

ICLE brings together everyone in the field of lymphocyte engineering, from the international leaders to the young and inspiring future stars interested and working in the area. This makes the Conference the best place for you to be and share your original work.

Here are just some of the benefits of submitting an abstract for ICLE 2023. Get ready by choosing your abstract topic and if you need help with making your work stand out, below are our top tips.

  • Never think your case is not interesting – every case matter. Be confident!
  • Make sure the message you are trying to get across is clear and define clearly the question you are trying to answer.
  • You have to be able to describe the story of your research – what were you trying to do, how did you do it, what did you find, very clearly and succinctly.
  • If you are not sure how your abstract reads – get a second opinion from a colleague.
  • Last but definitely not least – choose a catchy title!

Gain exposure
for your work

Meet international colleagues interested in your results, gain wide exposure, receive valuable feedback and ideas, and have your name recognized in the program. The floor is yours.

Improve your skills

Develop your presentation and communication skills, an essential competence for advancing your career. The more you present your work, the better you become at explaining why your results are important and how they can impact science.

Contribute to the future

Sharing your research contributes to our goal of advancing immuno-gene therapy across diseases. Make a difference!

Expand your
professional network

Presenting your abstract at ICLE will allow people to know that you are doing research in the field and will connect you for future collaborators. Discuss your findings with experts from around the world and meet with colleagues who are interested in your topic.