2022 Call for Late-Breaking, Encore, and Trials in Progress Abstracts

ASCPT 2022

ASCPT 2022 Call for Late-Breaking, Encore, and Trials in Progress Abstracts

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Issam Zineh, MPH, PharmD


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Sandra A.G. Visser, PhD

Scientific Program Committee Chair

Call for Abstracts 2022

Call for Abstracts

Abstract Submission Guidelines

The deadline for submission has passed.

Late-Breaking, Encore, and Trials in Progress abstract submission deadline Friday, November 12th, 4:00pm ET.

NEW THIS YEAR: ASCPT recognizes the importance of enabling discussion on ongoing clinical trials and will be accepting Trials in Progress abstracts for the ASCPT 2022 Annual Meeting!

ASCPT 2022 Abstract fees: please note abstract fees are non-refundable.
Type  Price 
Member $90
Non-Member $145

Late-Breaking abstracts are considered submissions of major findings that have clear impact on patient care, usually from a clinical trial for which outcome data were not mature prior to the standard abstract deadline of September 16, 2021, 4:00 pm ET.

Encore abstracts must present significant, ground-breaking, and innovative findings that were published (in paper or online) as an original research article in a peer-reviewed journal on or after January 1, 2021 and address a question of relevance to clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.

For the ASCPT 2022 Annual Meeting, all abstract submitters must:
  • Adhere to the ASCPT submission, copyright, publication, and embargo policies.
  • Submit the conflict of interest form on behalf of all included authors.
  • Upload 2 file types for included tables or figures (PDF or EPS file and JPG or PNG file) if applicable
Full details, including failure criteria, can be found in the Call for Abstracts Guidelines.

Poster 2.0: ASCPT encourages all poster presenters to utilize the Poster 2.0 format developed by Mike Morrison. Examples of the Best of Poster 2.0 awardees from ASCPT 2021 Annual Meeting can be found here.

Presenters using the Poster 2.0 format must follow layout criteria. Additionally, all QR codes used must lead to open science information. Any QR codes that link to a pay wall will be withdrawn from consideration at ASCPT 2022. ASCPT staff will review submissions to ensure adherence. Further details on Poster 2.0 will be provide in abstract notifications.

Questions can be directed to Diana Tsuji at diana@ascpt.org or Nicole Rockman at nicole@ascpt.org.
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