Journal of Hepatology Cover Contest

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Cover contest

Welcome to the Journal of Hepatology’s dedicated cover contest page! We are looking forward to receiving your submission.

You can participate by submitting “A scientifically inspired image related to the liver”, using the following pages.

How to enter:

  • The competition is open from December 1st 2016 to January 31st 2017.
  • Each entrant may submit no more than five (5) images.
  • Only electronic image files submitted through the Journal of Hepatology cover competition website will be considered.
  • Submission of a jpeg file will be required for initial entry.
  • Please submit a 210 X 280 mm image of >300 dpi and a maximum of 20,000 KB
  • Scanned pictures or images generated using digital microscopes, made at a lower pixel count may still be suitable under certain circumstances.
  • Do not artificially increase the number of pixels using imagery software.
  • Please do not use a watermark
  • Images may be submitted from any form of media, including drawn artwork, photography etc. When preparing your image, please consider the positioning of the overlaid text (see previous issues for details).
  • Each image should be accompanied by a brief description of the content of the image (no longer than 3 sentences or 200 characters with spaces) and a short biography of the contributor (600 characters with spaces maximum).

The overall winner will receive:

  • Their image on the May issue of the Journal of Hepatology, to be displayed at the International Liver Congress™, Amsterdam, 19-23 April, 2017
  • EASL membership (2017 for non-current members, free 2018 renewal for current members)
  • Registration to a 2017 meeting of your choice
  • A poster version of the cover
  • A Journal of Hepatology branded notebook

Two runners-up will receive:

  • Access to the LiverTree™ for one year
  • A poster of a mock cover using their image
  • A Journal of Hepatology branded notebook
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