Abstract Submission is Open
Abstract submission deadline: Feb. 1, 2022, 12 p.m. EST
Case Study Submission
The Case Studies Faculty will select up to 3 submitted cases for presentation. Submitters of accepted case studies will receive a refund of their Clinical Virology Symposium registration fee. The decision of the faculty is final, and is not subject to appeal.
Submitted cases must meet HIPPA requirements, including the removal of identifying information. For consideration for the clinical case studies, please complete the application and upload your PowerPoint presentation.
Case Study submission deadline: Feb. 1, 2022, 12 p.m. EST
Travel awards are available for students, postdoctoral fellows and technologists with accepted abstracts to help offset the cost of attending the meeting. Abstract submitters may need to obtain additional funding from other resources.
Six travel awards are offered to eligible recipients:
- PASCV ($2,000)
- Dr. Mario Escobar ($1,500)
- Dr. Herman Friedman ($1,500)
- Dr. Edith Hsuing ($1,500)
- Dr. Edwin Lenette ($1,500)
- Dr. Marilyn A. Menegus ($1,000)
What You Need to Submit Your Abstract
- Abstract Title: Please use a short and concise title that indicates the content of the abstract. (Note: The title is not included in the total character count of 2200).
- Abstract Body Text: Your abstract may have up to 2200 characters, which does not include title, authors, groups and affiliations. Tables and graphics (maximum of 500 characters) are included in the character count. Spaces are not counted. Do not include abstract title, authors or keywords in abstract text. Abstract text may be submitted using either of the following methods: Copy/paste, direct entry keystrokes or file upload. Your abstract may be written without the use of the following bolded headers (Background, Methods, Results, Conclusion). However, follow the abstract guidelines to ensure all required information about your study is provided in your abstract.
- Author(s) Information: Author(s)'s name(s), institution(s), location(s), title(s).
- Identify Track: For purposes of review and programming, abstracts are divided into Tracks. Selection of the most appropriate Track is important, as it determines who reviews your abstract. The ASM CVS Review Committee reserves the right to reassign your abstract to a more appropriate Track.
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