Call for Late Breaking Abstracts
Submission Begins: 1/28/2014
Deadline: 2/20/2015 ~ 5:00 PM CST
The PAS Program Committee is pleased to invite investigators to submit the results of their research for consideration for presentation at a special Late-Breaker Session. The purpose of the Late-Breaker Session is to ensure that the results of very recent, important clinical trials and scientific discoveries are presented at the 2015 Pediatric Academic Societies' Annual Meeting.
To qualify for presentation at a Late-Breaker Session, a clinical trial described in an abstract should be a major one that is likely to have a significant impact on clinical practice and for which the data were not available by the regular abstract deadline of November 11, 2014. Similarly, a scientific discovery described in an abstract submitted for a Late-Breaker Session should represent a major advance in its field with the critical experiment(s) performed after the regular abstract deadline of November 11, 2014.
To assist the reviewers in determining that abstracts qualify for a Late-Breaker Session, submitting authors are required to provide information documenting why their work qualifies using the criteria note above.
Call for Abstracts
Submissions Begin: 8/28/2014
TUESDAY - 11/11/2014 ~ 5:00 pm CST
Extended to - WEDNESDAY - 11/12/2014 ~ 8:00 am CST
Deadline Has Now Passed
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Abstract Disposition Notifications Available: 2/6/2015
The pride and reputation of the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Annual Meeting has always been predicated on the presentation of the highest quality original science. Your support and participation, through the submission of your best abstracts and attendance, is the key to our persistent success and growth. We encourage you to submit abstracts of the highest quality from your own laboratory or clinical research program for consideration. In addition, help support these meetings by also encouraging junior faculty and trainees, as well as others in your discipline, to submit abstracts detailing cutting edge novel investigations that are hypothesis-driven. The PAS Annual Meeting is an outstanding forum for presentations by young investigators. READ MORE