The deadline to submit abstracts is midnight Friday 23 August 2024
Notification of acceptance  will occur as close as possible to Tuesday 2 September 2024
Presentation style (oral or mini-oral) confirmation will occur as close as possible to
17 September 2024

Abstract submission link coming soon

Abstract Submission
The presenting author must submit their abstract(s) via the ASM website.
All details on how to submit abstracts are within the abstract submission portal – simply click on the “Submit Abstract here” button.

You must enter the authors and affiliations in the section specified, do NOT include authors or affiliations in your abstract body please.
Abstracts are limited to 250 words, EXCLUDING title and authors affiliations.
No images or table are allowed.
If you have any queries, please contact learn@athero.org.au.

Receipt of all abstracts will be acknowledged automatically on submission. If you do not get this confirmation email nor an email re acceptance in mid-September, please contact learn@athero.org.au. Reminder: final program due 17 September.
    
Abstract Revisions
Abstracts may be revised and resubmitted via the website for two weeks after close of abstracts.
Please proofread abstracts carefully to avoid errors before submission.

Abstract Withdrawal
Submit abstract withdrawal requests in writing by 01 October 2024 to avoid inclusion in the program.

Presentation
Oral presentations: Will be 10 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion.
Mini-oral presentations: Replacing traditional posters, mini-oral presenters will be 3 minutes plus 2 minutes for discussion.  


AWARDS AND TRAVEL GRANTS

To be considered for an award or travel grant you must be a member of the AAS at the time of abstract submission and tick the relevant boxes when submitting your abstract. A panel of independent referees will review all abstracts submitted by all Award nominees.

AAS Rising Star Awards
The highest scoring abstracts from Rising Stars who are financial members of the AAS and have nominated to give an oral presentation will be selected to present in the Rising Star Sessions within 3 categories: Undergraduate students (medical, honours etc.), Higher Degree Research student and Early Career Researcher (not more than 10 years beyond the award of a doctoral degree (PhD, MD) or fellowship (FRACP)).
Supported by CSL.

AAS Student Travel Grants
To be considered for a grant you must be a financial student member of the AAS at the time of abstract submission, a full-time student in Australia (living outside Victoria) or New Zealand and presenting at the meeting. If a travel grant is approved, funds will be distributed based on a percentage of the economy return fare (maximum of 50% of a return economy fare).

Travel grants will be made payable to your institution – awardees will need to request their finance department sends an appropriate Tax Invoice to the AAS.