Abstract Submission


 

Call for Abstracts - Now Open!

Submission Deadline: January 3, 2020 at 11:59pm CST  

Interested in presenting at the ACDS Annual Meeting?  Submitting an abstract through the ACDS submission process, allows individuals an opportunity to present research at the Annual Meeting in the form of an oral or poster presentation.

Please read the abstract submission guidelines carefully. The deadline and space requirements are strictly enforced in order to give all authors an equal opportunity to submit their data in the same amount of space and under the same time constraints.

Abstracts should be as informative as possible and provide specific findings. Promissory statements such as "experiments are in progress" or "results will be discussed" should not be included. Be sure to include the specific object of the study, the method used (if pertinent), the results, and the conclusions.

Resident and Medical Student Opportunities
Each year, the ACDS presents the Alexander A. Fisher Resident Award for the best oral presentation by a resident or medical student at the Scientific Session of the Annual Meeting. The best papers presented will receive the Alexander A. Fisher Awards in the amounts of $1,000, $300 and $100. Award winners are required to submit an article based on their presentation to the society’s journal Dermatitis.
Please note that poster presentations are not eligible for this award.

International Member Opportunities
Coming from afar and want to present? The Howard I. Maibach Travel Award provides travel grants to the ACDS Annual Meeting for those presenting an oral or poster presentation by investigators outside of the U.S. and Canada.

If you have questions regarding the abstract submissions for the ACDS 31st Annual Meeting, please email info@contactderm.org or call (414) 918-9805.