The 50th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology 2022 Local Organising Committee invites the submission of abstracts for consideration.
Call for Abstract Open
1 February 2022
Call for Abstracts Close
21 July 2022
12 September 2022
Author Registration Deadline
29 September 2022
ASI ASM 2022 will cover the broad topic of immunology and therefore, authors will be required to select two (2) of the following when submitting their abstract:
- Antigen presentation
- Autoimmunity & tolerance
- B cells
- Clinical immunology
- Human immunology
- Infection & immunity
- Innate immunity
- Molecular Immunology
- Mucosal immunity
- Stromal immunology
- Structural immunology
- Systems immunology
- T cells
- Tumour immunology
- Veterinary and comparative immunology
Abstract Submission Guidelines
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Abstract Submission Terms and Conditions
- Presentation Type
- Create an Author Account
- Preparing your Abstract and Formatting Requirements
- General Policies and Requirements
- Assessment Criteria
At the time of submission, you will be asked to select your preferred presentation type. Not all requests can be accommodated, and the final presentation type will be selected by the Scientific Program Committee. ASI ASM 2022 will include presentation types as follows:
- Oral Presentation (10-minute presentation, comprising of a 8-minute platform + 2 minutes for questions). This includes those presenting at the “Best of CTI/ICB” and “BD Science Communication” sessions.
- Poster Presentation.
- Those selected for the “New Investigator Session” (15-minute presentation, comprising of 12-minute platform + 3-minute for questions). Please note that those wishing to be considered for the New Investigator award require uploading supporting documentation with their abstract in addition to registering via the ASI website.
Firstly, you must create an account to upload an abstract.
Step 1: Please click here to access the eOrganiser submission portal.
Step 2: Click the “Create an Author Account” link and enter your contact details. These details are required to create the account.
Step 3: Once you have created an account within this portal you can upload your submissions.
- Abstracts must be submitted using the text field in eOrganiser (see Instructions in the Abstract Submission Guidelines).
- Abstracts must be submitted in English. Your abstracts must be print ready.
- Maximum number of words in the main body of the abstract is 300 words.
- Do not include the title of your abstract or author names and affiliations in the abstract body. These will be automatically populated on the final abstract document based on the details you entered into the relevant sections of the abstract submission site.
- Use standard abbreviations only. Within the body of the abstract, when using abbreviations spell out the name in full at first mention and follow with the abbreviation in parenthesis. Abbreviations may be used in the title, provided the name in full is outlined in the body of the abstract.
- It is the responsibility of the submitting author to ensure that the submission has been approved by all authors.
- The Local Organising Committee will not be responsible for any errors published.
Please refer to the Abstract Submission Guidelines for further information on submitting your abstract.
- Abstracts must be submitted to the Meeting Managers via eOrganiser by 21 July 2022.
- Abstracts will not be accepted via fax, email, mail or USB/CD.
- All fields on the online abstract submission form must be completed.
- Acceptance of abstracts for presentation at the Meeting will be on the basis of committee selection.
- All presenting authors will be required to register and pay for the Meeting by the author registration deadline of 29 September 2022 to ensure that their abstract(s) are included in the final program.
- It is the responsibility of the presenting author to ensure that the abstract is submitted correctly.
- After an author has submitted their abstract, they must check their submission to ensure the document has been uploaded correctly. Authors can check their submission by clicking on the viewing option in the submission form.
- The Meeting Managers will not be held responsible for abstract submissions not received via the website or for submission errors caused by Internet services outages or other unforeseen events.
Each abstract will be assessed according to the following criteria:
- Relevance to the Meeting.
- Relevance to the professional and/or personal context of delegates.
- Potential to contribute to the body of knowledge in the field of Immunology.