|Late-Breaking Abstract Submission Fees|
All times Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−04:00) through October 31; Eastern Standard Time (UTC−05:00) after October 31.
AAI invites attendees to submit abstracts of unpublished, original research for presentation at IMMUNOLOGY 2020™. All abstracts will be reviewed by committees of experts in their respective areas and scheduled for presentation. Outstanding regular abstracts will be selected for podium presentation in Block Symposia (oral presentations of abstract data).
Posters are the most dynamic aspect of the AAI annual meeting! Meet abstract authors for face-to-face discussions and learn about their most recent research. On Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, between 2:30 PM and 3:45 PM, you can discuss the most recent data presented by scientists conducting the work.
Block Symposia are two-hour symposia consisting of short oral presentations of those abstracts that are deemed to be the best in each topic category. First authors have the option of requesting ‘Podium and Poster’ or ‘Poster Only’ when submitting their abstracts. Up to 40% of the submitted abstracts will be chosen to be presented in these symposia.
- All accepted abstracts, including those selected for a podium presentation, are required to be presented as a poster.
- Posters are viewable for one day only.
- Presenters are to place their posters on their assigned space between 7:30 AM and 9:30 AM on their scheduled day.
- All First Authors must be present at their poster between the hours of 2:30 PM and 3:45 PM on their assigned day.
- Posters are to remain up until 3:45 PM and and be removed no later than 4:30 PM on the assigned day; posters not removed will be discarded.
- Videoing or photographing of posters without the permission of the author is forbidden. First Authors are allowed to photograph their own posters.
Note: No scientific sessions are scheduled during the Poster Session times!
Abstract Publication and Citation
All abstracts selected for presentation and publication will be published on April 6, 2020, in the AAI Events mobile app and in the IMMUNOLOGY 2020™ mobile app online planner. Beginning April 6, 2020, all information will be considered public.
Proper Abstract Citation
- An example of the proper manner of citation of an abstract after it has been accepted but before it is posted online as part of The Journal of Immunology website/AAI Annual Meeting archive is:
Kuhns, M.S., M. Lee, C. Glassman, N.R. Deshpande, and H. Parrish. 2015. Evidence for a pivot upon TCT engagement. Presented at: IMMUNOLOGY 2015™, Annual Meeting of The American Association of Immunologists, May 8 – 12, The American Association of Immunologists, Inc., New Orleans, Abstract 61.1
- An example of the proper manner of citation of an abstract after it is posted online as part of The Journal of Immunology website/AAI Annual Meeting archive is:
Kuhns, M.S., M. Lee, C. Glassman, N.R. Deshpande, and H. Parrish. 2015. Evidence for a pivot upon TCT engagement. J. Immunol. 194: 61.1 (Abstr.)