Call for Abstracts

The Scientific Committee of “the 16th Korea-Japan Joint Conference on Surgery for Cerebral Stroke(KJJC)” invites all interested individuals to submit abstracts for presentations of the Meeting.

Abstract Submission Period

Tuesday, April 25, 2023, JST

12:00pm Wednesday, May 24, 2023, JST
Tuesday, June 6, 2023, JST
Abstract submission is closed.
Early registration is encouraged.
The system will automatically close after the above date. Corrections, registrations and deleting of the abstracts will not be allowed after the deadline.
※A valid passport is required to enter Japan.
Please make sure to read VISA section at the bottom of the page when submitting abstracts.

Abstract Submission Guidance

All English abstracts must be submitted through the online abstract submission system.
Tables and images are NOT allowed.
To confirm or correct your submitted abstract, please click the “View/Edit” page and enter the Abstract Registration No. and Password. “The 16th KJJC” uses the abstract submission system provided by the University hospital Medical Information Network (UMIN).
For those who have difficulty accessing the online submission system on this website, please contact the secretariat office.
Please refer to the FAQ pages before submitting an inquiry.

We will use the provided personal information only for “the 16th KJJC” and ensure the protection of personal information and other data.

UMIN system operation on latest version is assumed:
Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Safari

Title of Abstract Maximum 25 words
Co Author Maximum 10 names
Institution Maximum 5 institutions
Abstract Body Maximum 300 words

Submitting Abstracts

  • Please read the instructions carefully before submission.
  • Before you finish your abstract submission, you are required to enter a password.
  • Please keep your Abstracts Registration No. and the password for confirmation and correction of your abstracts.
  • The secretariat office will not respond to inquiries regarding passwords due to security concerns.

Presentation Style

1 Symposium -Public –
2 General Sessions: Public -Oral-
3 General Sessions: Public -Poster-


Symposium -Public –
1 Treatment Strategies for complex cerebral aneurysms
2 Novel operating/supporting devices in cerebrovascular surgery
3 Multimodality treatment of cerebral AVMs in post-ARUBA era
4 Carotid endarterectomy and carotid stenting: Succession and evolution
5 Cutting edge in endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms
6 Surgical and Endovascular treatment for intracranial artery dissection
7 Moyamoya disease: What is the best surgical procedure?
8 Current revascularization technique in acute ischemic stroke
9 Video Session: Fundamental and advanced skills in cerebrovascular surgery”
10 Young Neurosurgeon’s video session: How do I treat it?
General Sessions: Public -Oral- and -Poster-
1 Aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage
2 AVM and other vascular malformations
3 Moyamoya disease
4 Carotid stenosis
5 Chronic ischemia
6 Operative techniques
7 Operative devices
8 Other cerebrovascular diseases

Gmail Users

We have been experiencing an issue where we are unable to send you an email confirming the completion of your abstract submission.
This is due to the enhanced security on the Gmail side, which may have caused the automatic email delivery from the system to be mistakenly identified as spam mail.
Please use a non-Gmail e-mail address for registration, or log in to the View/Edit page after registration is complete to confirm that your abstract has been submitted.


A valid passport is required to enter Japan.
Participants from countries that are not under visa waiver program are required to obtain a visa to enter Japan.
If you are uncertain about your visa requirement, please consult your nearest Japanese Embassy / Consulate or visit the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
Visa Information from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
Participants who need to apply for a Japanese visa, please contact the secretariat office( after your registration. When contacting the secretariat office, your registration Number is required.
Please be advised to make your visa arrangement as early as possible, as receiving a visa may vary between different countries, and may take a few months.

Notification of Acceptance

The president will respect the authors’ preference but reserves the right to assign the category and make the final decision of acceptance.
The acceptance and the presentation date & time will be notified on the meeting website "Accepted Abstracts" in late August.

Equipment for presentations

The information about the equipment for oral presentation and poster presentation will be made available on the meeting website "Guide for presenters " later.


Please note that presenters of abstracts are not automatically registered for the conference.
Abstract submission and registration for the conference are handled separately.
Upon acceptance of the abstracts, authors are expected to register and to present their abstracts at the Meeting. Abstracts will be published in the Meeting Abstract Book only if the presenting author is registered for the Meeting with full payment.


Should you have any further queries at all, please contact the secretariat office below:
Secretariat Office of the 16th Korea-Japan Joint Conference on Surgery for Cerebral Stroke
Office Take One, Inc.
Yoko Yamashita

Secretary‐general: Department of Neurosurgery Gifu University Graduate School of Medicine 1-1 Yanagido, Gifu City, Gifu 501-1194, JAPAN
Secretariat Office: Office Take One, Inc. Sakae Plaza Bldg. 4F-B, 1-10-9 Higashisakura, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 461-0005, JAPAN TEL : +81-52-508-8510 FAX : +81-52-508-8540 E-mail :