GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
Opening for abstract submission: January 1st, 2023
Deadline for abstract submission: August 2nd, 2023
- By submitting an abstract, you represent that you own or otherwise have rights to the written summaries of research or observations (“Abstract”) provided by you to 12th World Congress on Itch (hereafter WCI) utilizing the submission site.
- WCI acknowledges and agrees that as between WCI and you, you own all right, title and interest of any nature, throughout the world, in and to the Abstract, including any copyright registration or applications for copyright registrations relating thereto anywhere in the world.
- You grant to WCI a non-exclusive, perpetual, sub-licensable, worldwide, right and license (or sublicense, as the case may be) to use, copy, modify, reproduce, publicly display, publicly perform, transmit, distribute or otherwise make available the Abstract in any form or format, including without limitation, through the Internet on various websites of WCI and WCI’s licensees or WCI’s affiliates, intranets, CD-ROM, and any other technologies whether now known or developed in the future; and to permit end-users to copy, display and print it for their own personal or business use (but not for resale by any such end-user). WCI will not edit or modify the content of the Abstract, but may modify the format to fit the look and feel of the media on which it is displayed or distributed.
- You agree that WCI may delete your Abstract from the WCI Database at any time without prior notice and without refund of any fees to you.
- These Terms are governed by the internal laws of the State of Florida. You agree that any action arising out of or in any way relating to these Terms may be brought only in a court of competent jurisdiction in the State of Florida, and you hereby consent to the jurisdiction, venue and convenience of such courts. Any waiver of any provision of these Terms will be effective only if it is in writing signed by the WCI. No waiver of any provision of these Terms shall be deemed a further or continuing waiver of such provision or any other provision. If any provision of these Terms is found to be invalid, void or unenforceable by any court having competent jurisdiction, the remainder of these Terms shall remain in full force and effect.