Abstract / Video Submission

The abstract submission portal for ESGE Days 2023 is now closed. Thank you whole-heartedly to everyone who has submitted an abstract. We are thrilled to have received so many submissions and to have broken our pre-Covid record!

The Scientific Committee are looking forward to assessing all abstracts and will be announcing acceptances in late February. There will be many opportunities for presentation on site which we are excited for our presenters and delegates to experience.


  • February, 2023: Announcement of top 4 abstracts, travel grant winners and all abstract acceptances
  • April 20- 22, 2023: ESGE Days 2023
Endoscopy 2022 S1 Ausgabe 776x1033

BENEFITS TO ABSTRACT SUBMITTERS INCLUDE...

✔ Publication of accepted abstracts

All abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in the journal Endoscopy with an impact factor of 10.437, the highest of any journal focusing exclusively on gastrointestinal endoscopy. Browse our previous congress abstract publications here.

✔ Travel grants

The top 60 accepted abstracts from presenting authors who are 40 years old or under as of December 7, 2022 are entitled to a travel grant valued at EUR 500 (international) and EUR 250 (local). All authors receive a special certificate indicating their top acceptance status.

✔ Top four abstracts

Our 'Top 4' are featured in the opening plenary session and profiled extensively throughout the congress.

Presentation and connection opportunities

A number of free paper sessions and additional poster presentation modalities offering the opportunity to onsite delegates to meet with authors. Plus interaction between online delegates and authors via a chat function.

Maximum impact for your science

Lasting exposure for your research through the on-demand period via our state of the art digital platform and mobile App.

Case Reports - Also welcome!

Submit your Case Report via our abstract submission portal.

We recognise that endoscopists and allied health care professionals, especially those at the start of their careers, may not be ready to submit scientific abstracts from research studies. You may, however, have interesting and educationally valuable endoscopy case reports / case series from your daily practice. We invite you to share these at ESGE Days 2023. We'll select the top reports for presentation onsite in Dublin – and the best will be eligible for prizes!

View the complete abstract category list

    • Achalasia and Other motility disorders
    • Barrett´s esophagus
    • Foreign bodies
    • Gastroesophageal reflux disease
    • Gastrointestinal cancer
    • Leaks and Fistulas
    • Non-GERD esophagitis (eosinophilic, caustic, infectious…)
    • Nonvariceal gastrointestinal bleeding
    • Portal hypertension-related bleeding
    • Subepithelial tumors
    • Zenker´s diverticulum and Other esophageal diverticula
    • Premalignant gastric conditions: atrophy, intestinal metaplasia, dysplasia
    • Foreign bodies
    • Gastrointestinal cancer
    • Gastroparesia and other motility disorders
    • Leaks and Fistulas
    • Nonvariceal gastrointestinal bleeding
    • Nutrition and Feeding
    • Obesity
    • Peptic ulcer
    • Polyps
    • Portal hypertension-related bleeding
    • Subepithelial tumors
    • Enteropathies (celiac disease and others)
    • Gastrointestinal cancer
    • Non-variceal gastrointestinal bleeding
    • Nutrition & Feeding
    • Polyps
    • Portal hypertension-related bleeding
    • Subepithelial tumors
    • Colonic volvulus and Pseudo-obstruction
    • Diverticular disease
    • Gastrointestinal cancer
    • Hemorrhoids/Anal disorders
    • Inflammatory bowel disease
    • Leaks and Fistulas
    • Miscellaneous colitis
    • Nonvariceal gastrointestinal bleeding
    • Polyps
    • Portal hypertension-related bleeding
    • Subepithelial tumors
    • Acute pancreatitis
    • Ampullomas
    • Benign biliary stenosis
    • Biliary stones
    • Chronic pancreatitis
    • Cystic pancreatic neoplasias
    • Hepatopancreaticobiliary cancer
    • Liver transplantation
    • Malignant biliary stenosis
    • Pancreas divisum and Other congenital abnomalities
    • Primary sclerosing cholangitis
    • Heart and Vascular diseases
    • Cysts and Masses
    • Lung cancer
    • Lymph node pathology
    • Endoscopy procedural management
    • Diversity and equity
    • Green endoscopy and sustainability
    • Quality and Training
    • New endoscopic technology
    • Miscellany
Julio 1
Julio wide
Ishita wide
Ishita tight
Jacinta tight
Jacinta photostudio

How we honour abstract submitters at ESGE Days..

"It was truly an honour for me to be part of the opening session. Wonderful experience of sharing our study in such an important meeeting. Looking forward to next year's ESGE days!" - Julio G Velasquez-Rodriguez

"I was very grateful to have our paper picked as one of the top 4 abstracts and being able to present it during ESGE Days 2022 in Prague, because it gave our paper excellent exposure and led to the kind of discussions we wanted our paper to bring forward with the target audience." - Ishita Barua

"Presenting in the opening session was an amazing experience and I thank ESGE Days for giving me this opportunity. The conference format is extremely well crafted, optimally suited for endoscopy enthusiasts like myself, and a rich ground for the exchange of ideas and collaboration. I would recommend all endoscopy researchers to this congress for its rich content and focused approach." - Jayanta Samanta

Top four abstracts from
ESGE Days 2022:

Julio g velasquez rodriguez
PLASTIC STENT VS LUMEN APPOSING METAL STENTS IN ENDOSCOPIC ULTRASOUND-GUIDED DRAINAGE OF WALLED-OFF PANCREATIC NECROSIS: A MULTICENTRE RANDOMISED TRIAL (THE PROMETHEUS STUDY)
Ishita barua
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR REAL-TIME OPTICAL DIAGNOSIS OF NEOPLASTIC POLYPS DURING COLONOSCOPY
Jayanta samanta
EUS- GUIDED RENDEZVOUS TECHNIQUE VERSUS PRECUT PAPILLOTOMY AS SALVAGE TECHNIQUE IN PATIENTS OF BENIGN BILIARY DISEASE WITH DIFFICULT BILIARY CANNULATION: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Jean michel gonzalez
GASTRIC PERORAL ENDOSCOPIC MYOTOMY (GPOEM) VERSUS BOTULINIUM TOXIN INJECTION (BTI) FOR THE TREATMENT OF REFRACTORY GASTROPARESIS: FIRST DOUBLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY

Our Scientific Partners