Want to see your imagery on the next cover of The Journal of Hepatology?
Upload your best images/drawings/photos/microscopic imagery and share using the hashtag #JHEPcontest on Facebook and Twitter.
The winning entry will be published on the cover of the Journal of Hepatology (May 2017 issue), EASL’s flagship publication that generates over 1.2 million downloads every month! And, what’s more, we’ll feature the winning entry and all runners up in Amsterdam at The International Liver Congress™ 2017, 19-23 April 2017, for all delegates (10,000+ liver experts) KOLs, and journalists from around the world to see.
How to enter the JHEP cover contest
To take part and have a chance to see your image/drawing/photo/microscopic imagery published on the cover of the Journal of Hepatology, simply upload your imagery online via the submission portal, complete your contact details, then share and tag on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #JHEPcontest.
Anyone can take part
Scientific and medical experts interested in hepatology, the liver or liver disease can join in. It doesn’t matter if you are working in hepatology, gastroenterology, internal medicine, cell biology, transplant surgery, infectious diseases, microbiology and virology, pharmacology, pathology and radiology or imaging. Everyone is welcome to take part!
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