ACAAI 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting - Abstract Submission
The College invites you to submit an abstract for the 2019 ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov 7-11 in Houston.
The College offers two options for abstract submission – scientific research and medically challenging cases. Please read the following information carefully, as each category will be submitted separately, with different deadlines.
Scientific research abstract submission deadline: July 21, 2019
Medically challenging case abstract submission deadline: August 4, 2019
Scientific Research Abstract Submissions
Deadline: July 21, 2019
NOTE: Case reports will not be accepted in this category. See below for information on submitting a medically challenging case abstract.
The College is accepting scientific research abstracts for consideration for oral and poster presentation during the meeting. The highest scoring non-commercial scientific research abstracts, will be considered for presentation during the Oral Abstract sessions. All other accepted abstracts will be presented as electronic posters on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Scientific research abstracts submitted by industry will be eligible for consideration as "Distinguished Industry Oral Abstracts" (see details below).
Clemons von Pirquet Awards
Are you a FIT? If the answer is yes, be sure to apply for the Clemons von Pirquet Award when submitting your abstract! You could be one of the three winners to be selected for the 2019 ACAAI Annual Meeting.
Distinguished Industry Oral Abstract Presentations
This year, the College will select the top research abstracts from industry to be designated as Distinguished Industry Oral Abstracts. These will be presented in concurrent sessions on Saturday, November 9 from 4:30–5:30 pm. This special event will take place, unopposed and with refreshments, just prior to the all-popular FIT Bowl.
The deadline for submission of scientific research abstracts is July 21, 2019 (11:59 pm CDT).
Deadline: August 4, 2019
Medically challenging cases provide a forum to share challenging cases you have managed and should illustrate one of the following:
- The management of novel or very uncommon diseases.
- A common disease presenting in an uncommon way.
- An uncommon disease masquerading as something more common.
- Cases which expand understanding of disease pathogenesis.
- Cases where the teaching point is based on an error.
- Cases which allow us to re-think established medical lore.
- Unreported adverse effects of interventions (drug, procedural, or other).