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Abstract Guidelines
First Time Submitting an Abstract
Abstract Frequently Asked Questions
Travel Awards and Grants
Abstract Notification
Withdrawal and Penalties
Abstract Checklist
Submit Your Abstract


Abstract Timeline*
*This timeline is tentative and subject to change.

February 15 Submission + travel award application site open
May 17, 5 p.m. EDT Submission + travel award application deadline
May 23 Late breaker submission site open
June 30 Abstract, travel award notification
July 13, 5 p.m. EDT Late breaker submission deadline
August 9 Late breaker notification

Types of Abstract Presentations

Poster Presentations
Poster sessions are abstracts that have been selected and grouped together by category/topics. Poster presentations give authors an opportunity to acquaint attendees and experts in the field with the fundamentals of their abstracts and research. Presenting authors are required to be present at their poster boards for one and a half hours on assigned dates.

Oral Presentations
The presenting author is expected to discuss his or her scientific research and summarize the data into a comprehensive 10-minute presentation, with five minutes designated for questions and answers. Presenting authors are required to use PowerPoint slides to accompany their oral presentations.

IDWeek 2016 Abstracts in Open Forum Infectious Diseases, OFID

IDWeek 2015 Abstracts in Open Forum Infectious Diseases, OFID

IDWeek 2014 Abstracts in Open Forum Infectious Diseases, OFID

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First Time Submitting an Abstract

Watch this six minute video. Near the three minute mark Kathleen A. McManus, MD shares her thoughts to help make your submission a success.

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