The American Society of NeuroImaging
invites you to submit an abstract for the 2020 Annual Meeting!

The ASN continues to promote the highest standards of neuroimaging in clinical practice and to provide education that will affect competence and performance.
Abstracts submitted should provide relevant topics to all attendees, regardless of the level of neuroimaging experience.


The Abstract submission site is OPEN.

Submit your abstract now!

We will be sending notifications concerning decisions in November.


POSTER AWARDS

OLDENDORF AWARD
The Oldendorf Award is for the best abstract submitted by a student, resident or fellow. The abstract must be based in basic or clinical research in CT, MRI, SPECT or PET. The research should consist of original work including new imaging methods, techniques, clinical application, etc. Single case reports are generally not acceptable for these awards. The purpose of these awards is to encourage research and advance the field of neuroimaging. While the contestant must be the senior author of the abstract, there are no restrictions upon co-authorship.

MCKINNEY AWARD
The McKinney Award is for the best abstract submitted by a student, resident or fellow. The abstract must be based in basic or clinical research in Neurosonology. The research should consist of original work including new imaging methods, techniques, clinical application, etc. Single case reports are generally not acceptable for these awards. The purpose of these awards is to encourage research and advance the field of neurosonology. While the contestant must be the senior author of the abstract, there are no restrictions upon co-authorship.

QURESHI AWARD
The Qureshi Award is for the best abstract submitted by a student, resident or fellow. The abstract must be based in basic or clinical research in Diagnostic Angiography. The research should consist of original work including new imaging methods, techniques, clinical application, etc. The purpose of the award is to encourage research and advance the field of Angiography. While the contestant must be the senior author of the abstract, there are no restrictions upon co-authorship.

RESIDENT AWARD
The Resident Award(s) are offered to persons in a neurology residency program. Selection is based on the quality of the abstract submitted by an individual who is the first and presenting author of the work.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When is the deadline for abstract submissions?
ASN’s deadline for abstract submissions is October 20, 2019 at 11:59 pm of the submitting author’s current time zone. 

Does ASN grant extensions for the abstract submissions?
Extensions may be granted on a case-by-case basis, decided by the Program Chair.

Is there a word limit on abstract titles?
No, there is no word limit for abstract titles.

How should abstract titles be submitted?
Abstract titles should be in title case.

Is there a word limit for the body of the abstract?
Yes, abstracts are limited to a 250 combined word count.

Does the first author need to be the presenting author?
The submission site allows you to select which author will be presenting the poster.

Is there a fee to submit an abstract?
No, however the presenting author will need to be registered for the Annual Meeting.

Do authors need to be members of ASN?
No, however we encourage presenters to join ASN and take advantage of reduced registration fees and other member benefits.

What size are the posters that are presented at the ASN Annual Meeting?
Poster board size for the meeting can be a maximum of 4 feet tall by 8 feet wide.

Will all accepted abstracts be published in the Journal of Neuroimaging?
Only abstracts that are accepted into the program AND presented at the Annual Meeting will be published in the Journal of Neuroimaging.

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