Call For Abstracts

Abstract submission is now open.

Submission Close Date:
November 1, 2022

Fee: Physician submissions, no fee. Industry-sponsored submissions, $495. A portion of the proceeds from the registration and abstract fees will be donated to a charity

Topics

We invite all registered meeting attendees to submit abstracts for posters of their latest research on the following topics: Future of medical dermatology; atopic dermatitis, hyperhidrosis, acne, vitiligo, psoriasis, scar & keloids, hidradenitis suppurativas, and photoprotection. Clinical updates in pediatric dermatology; birthmarks, acne, pediatric atopic dermatitis, eczema and other inflammatory diseases, urticarial lesions, and scar wars. Aesthetics and procedural dermatology; toxins and fillers. Cosmeceuticals, energy-based devices, skin tightening, microneedling, body contouring, cellulite, melanoma and cutaneous oncology, merkel cell carcinoma, CTCL, imaging & blood work for melanoma patients, MOHS – What Dermatologists Need to Know, and teledermatology.

Submission Rules

At least one (1) author must be registered for the in-person meeting to have their abstracts considered for poster display.

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Approved abstracts will be submitted and indexed through our partner brand Read by QxMD.

The platform drives awareness, dissemination and engagement with this content via the Read by QxMD platform, as an educational tactic to drive CQI. ‘Read’ works on iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones & tablets and any web-enabled device (including desktops), and uses channels such as mobile, email and push notification to connect with our global community of healthcare providers and researchers.

Formatting and Content Guidelines

Language
English
Font
Arial
Authors
Full Last Name, First Name, Affiliations, Degrees and Contact Information

Please include full contact information of corresponding author
(Verify that your email address is accurate, to ensure receipt of correspondence)
Character Count
Maximum of 3000 characters, including spaces
(not including the title, authors, or affiliations)
Section Structure
A “structured abstract” format is preferred
Sections marked as: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusions
Citations
References must be included as parenthetical in-text citations first author, et al, journal and year
ex. (Cruz D, et al. Blood 2012)
Figures and Table Count
Maximum of 2 relevant tables or figures
Submit images as attachments and reference figure or table as an in-text citation
(do not embedded in the Word Document file)
Image File Format
JPG
Image File Resolution
600 dpi
Note: Abstracts containing non-generic drug names or personal patient information, or reporting studies with unidentified chemical compounds, drugs, or materials, will not be accepted. ​​​​​​
If you have any questions, please contact Tara Stewart at tstewart@medscapelive.com.

Formatting and Content Guidelines

Language
English
Font
Arial
Authors
Full Last Name, First Name, Affiliations, Degrees and Contact Information

Please include full contact information of corresponding author
(Please ensure an accurate email address, as all correspondence will be sent via email)
Character Count
Maximum of 3000 characters, including spaces
(not including the title, authors, or affiliations)
Section Structure
Abstract should preferably be in a “structured” format and include: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions 
Citations
References must be included as parenthetical in-text citations first author, et al, journal and year
ex. (Cruz D, et al. Blood 2012)
Figures and Table Count
Maximum of 2 relevant tables or figures
Submit images as attachments and reference figure or table as an in-text citation
(do not embedded in the Word Document file)
Image File Format
JPG
Image File Resolution
600 dpi
Note: Abstracts containing non-generic drug names or personal patient information, or reporting studies with unidentified chemical compounds, drugs, or materials, will not be accepted. ​​​​​​
If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Hope at mhope@medscapelive.com.