Please fill out the form below to submit your abstract for the 2023 Annual Meeting. Please know that submitting an abstract does not imply acceptance or a guarantee of a place in the program. Some submitted papers or posters will likely not be accepted because they may not be suited to the conference, encounter scheduling problems, or have other issues. Decisions to accept or not accept papers or posters are solely the responsibility of the Program Committee. The committee expects that your co-authors are aware of and have approved this abstract. We will finalize our oral and poster presenter schedule by the 1st week of December and will notify all who have submitted abstracts of their status at that time.
For 2023, we anticipate the majority of oral presentations (and all the poster presentations) will be live, in-person presentations at the Riverside Convention Center. We will save a limited number of spaces for oral presenters who are unable to travel to Riverside and who can only present their paper virtually (these talks will be given live over Zoom). All presenters must pay the appropriate meeting registration fee regardless of their participation method. All oral presentations will be livestreamed and recorded, and will be available for online viewing for several months following the meeting. Posters will all be presented live in Riverside, and poster authors will also upload a PDF of their poster to the meeting website for online viewing.
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Fill in all fields indicated below and click on "Submit" to send your abstract.
Abstracts should not exceed 200 words, excluding title and author addresses.
Please refer to our Call for Papers document for an abstract example and complete details on oral and poster presentations at our 2023 Annual Meeting.
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||Contact: Please contact Candace Renger (email@example.com), if you have questions or experience difficulties submitting your abstract.
Note: Session titles may be added or changed at a later date based on papers received. If a group has the desire and sufficient participants to create a unique session please contact the program chair (Randi McCormick firstname.lastname@example.org