All abstracts submitted by 16 Sep 2013 will be accepted for poster display, oral workshop presentation, and will be printed in the program booklet. Because of printing space limitations the entirety of the abstract (title, authors, affiliations, and text) may not exceed 1500 characters and spaces. Please visit Abstract do's and don'ts for, well . . . you get the point. Submit your abstract through the AIC2013 Registration link that will be provided here once registration opens.
Direct abstract and workshop questions to Dr. Sandra Burnett, AIC2013 Workshop Coordinator.
All abstract submitters (one person per abstract) are invited to present orally in a Workshop organized by topic. Ten or eleven concurrent small group workshops precede the poster sessions. Workshops are chaired by investigators with expertise in the topic
area. Each workshop generally contains 10 short talks allowing ample time for data presentation and discussion. The final workshop topics depends upon abstract submissions and authors cannot be guaranteed of their first choice. Each presenter will be contacted by a Workshop Chair for specific details regarding her/his oral presentation. The poster session follows immediately after the workshops and allows for an in depth, discussion of the data.
The Workshop format utilizes overhead projectors and authors should prepare pre-printed overheads. Please see Workshop Do's and Don'ts for helpful tips.
Sorry, but we are unable to accommodate PowerPoint presentations.
Poster sessions and receptions are concurrent in the same room, affording an informal atmosphere to interact. Please see Poster Do's and Don'ts for helpful tips.
During the abstract submission process, you will be asked to select two workshop topics from drop-down menus. These are preliminary topics, final workshop titles and assignments will be determined by the workshop coordinator based upon the abstracts received. The preliminary workshop topics are:
| Allergy and asthma
B cell activation and signaling
B cell development
Immune response to bacteria and parasites
Immune response to viruses
| Inflammatory processes
T cell development
T cell signaling
T cell subsets
Transplantation and tolerance
Visit Past Programs to view flip book versions of program booklets for the past 12 years. All but 5 of the past 41 years' programs may be viewed as well.