Abstract Submission Information
Thank you to everyone who submitted abstracts during both the Initial and Late-Breaking submission period!
The abstracts submitted to the Virtual Meeting during the initial deadline period (submission deadline of January 6, 2021) are now available for viewing. CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology’s (JID) website, where the abstracts can be found. You can also CLICK HERE to view as a PDF.
Abstracts submitted during the Late-Breaking Submission period (deadline of March 31, 2021) will be available for viewing on May 3, 2021 via this page as well as on the Virtual Meeting platform.
RULES AND REGULATIONS: Only one paper or poster may be read or presented by the same author at the Meeting, although a presenter may be a co-author of any number of papers. The material must not have been published prior to submission of the abstract or presented at any national meeting prior to the date of presentation at the SID Annual Meeting. Simultaneous submission of the same abstract to other meetings is prohibited.
There is a limit of 2,300 characters for the text of your abstract submission (title, authors, institutions, abstract body and all space will be counted).
PUBLICATION OF ABSTRACTS: All abstracts will be published in a May 2021 supplemental issue of the Journal of Investigative Dermatology (JID). The abstracts will also be available via links on the SID website approximately mid-late April 2021. Late-Breaking Abstracts will be published in a to be determined Fall 2021 issue of the JID.
ABSTRACT FEE: The publication/processing fee is $50 US and must be paid via the internet at the time of submission.
PRESENTATION: After the abstract submission deadline, all abstracts will be reviewed by the 2021 SID Committee on Scientific Programs, plus two independent reviewers for each topic category. Abstracts will be programmed into the following session types:
- Plenary (Oral) Abstract Sessions
- Concurrent (Oral) Mini-symposium Sessions
- ePoster Discussions (Oral)
- Poster Presentations
Most abstracts (if accepted) will be presented as posters.