Welcome to the AAOMP Abstract Submission System

This site has been created to make your submission process easy and user-friendly. Once your abstract is accepted, the site will allow you to update and change your information in your presentations until the January 28, 2020 deadline for abstract submission.

Information you need to know regarding abstract submissions:

All accepted abstracts will be published on the AAOMP website. A limited number of papers will be accepted for oral platform presentation and the remainder of those accepted will be presented using a poster format. The Program Committee will determine the presentation format for each paper and notify the authors accordingly. To help with the process, you will need to indicate your preference by checking the appropriate category: Oral or Poster Presentation. Because of time constraints, it may not be possible to accommodate all requests for oral presentation. If your abstract is accepted for an Oral Presentation, it MUST be presented in a digital (PowerPoint) format.

The participant, when notified of acceptance of the abstract for oral presentation at the annual meeting, agrees to submit their final PowerPoint presentation no later than the established deadline of March 10, 2020. The presenter, by submission of the abstract, accepts the deadline and acknowledges responsibility for correctness and completeness of the PowerPoint presentation at the time of submission. Failure to meet the deadline and formatting requirements may result in removal of the abstract and oral presentation from the program.

Abstracts will appear in the final program exactly as submitted. Please follow the directions carefully. Selected abstracts from the scientific sessions will be published in OOOO. Therefore, the abstract must include objective(s), findings, and conclusions. In addition, the material presented must not have been published previously.

For further information or to clarify the information you have read, please contact AAOMP President-Elect Dr. Ellen Eisenberg or the AAOMP staff.