ACG 2014 Call for Abstracts is now closed.
If you missed the deadline, you can still submit your research during late breaking abstract submission later this summer. Continue to visit this page for upcoming details.
The College invites abstracts from all physicians, including gastroenterologists, internists, surgeons, hepatologists, radiologists, pediatricians and GI fellows. For complete information on Call for Abstracts policies and procedures, view the Call for Abstracts brochure.
If your abstract was accepted for presentation at ACG 2014, click here for poster instructions and set-up times.
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Share your unique case or case series with colleagues by submitting it for presentation at the video symposium for ACG 2014, Live from Philly! The 2nd Annual Endoscopy Video Forum. Exceptional video submissions will be featured during this special video symposium session at ACG 2014 in Philadelphia. All submitted videos will be considered for oral presentation during this special video symposium. Those not accepted for video presentation during the symposium will be considered for poster presentation.
This 75-minute session will focus on endoscopy techniques, challenging or unique cases, and cases in the area of GI endoscopy. Submissions can be a case or a case series and should be no longer than 6 minutes in length. Authors of accepted videos will present their video live and will have up to 2 minutes to answer questions from the Moderators and the audience. During the session, the audience, along with the Moderators, will vote to select the best video of ACG 2014.
Several categories of awards for Annual Meeting papers and posters are also offered for ACG 2014. Those submitting abstracts may be considered for the following awards:
*To be considered for this award, you must indicate your desire to apply in the Awards section during online submission of your abstract.
The ACG Educational Affairs Committee will identify the most highly ranked abstracts selected for the poster sessions in each category and acknowledge their achievement with the ACG Presidential Poster Award. These recipients will receive a special commendation on their poster in the Poster Hall, a certificate of achievement, and recognition in the meeting program book. All abstracts accepted in the ACG Poster Sessions will be considered for this award. Authors may submit their most recent research work or clinical vignette in the form of an abstract for consideration as part of the Free Paper and Poster Sessions during the Annual Meeting.
All abstracts submitted will be published in a supplement to the October 2014 issue of The American Journal of Gastroenterology.
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