There are 4 formats for abstract submission:
Oral (Including New Investigators)
Presentations in the Basic Science category will be 12 minutes (10-minute presentation, 2-minute Q&A). Presentations in any other category will be 7 minutes (5-minute presentation, 2-minute Q&A). Some presenters will qualify to enter the New Investigator award competition, which encourages New Investigators to become active within the AIUM and ultrasound research. There is a monetary award associated with the New Investigator award (up to $250).
E-posters are not presented orally and will need to be uploaded on a presentation computer before the meeting.
Oral then Electronic Poster (Includes New Investigators for Oral Only)
Submit your abstract to be first considered as an oral presentation and if not accepted, it will automatically become an E-poster.
Case reports will be considered for presentations totaling 7 minutes (5-minute presentation, 2-minute Q&A). If the case report is not selected for oral presentation, it will automatically be included as an electronic poster.
For more information on abstract submission formats and requirements click here.
IMPORTANT! You will be notified about the status of your abstract in late December. Presenting authors whose abstract is accepted for an oral presentation must register for the entire AIUM 2022 Annual Meeting by January 24, 2022, pay the appropriate registration fee, and present the abstract at the assigned date and time. At least one of the authors of an E-poster must register as an attendee for the entire AIUM 2022 Annual Meeting by January 24, 2022, for the abstract to be included in the program.
All accepted abstracts will appear as part of the Official Proceedings, a supplement of the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine.