for submitting original research abstracts or case reports for IDWeek 2017 is 5 p.m.
EDT on Wednesday, May 17. Share your findings in San Diego, Oct. 4-8, with over
7,000 ID experts, including leaders in the field and colleagues from around the
world. Visit www.idweek.org/presenters to submit an
abstract or case.
Travel awards of up to $2,500 are available:
IDWeek Program Committee Choice
The top four abstracts overall will be selected for awards of $2,500 each in
recognition of outstanding scientific research.
Top Abstracts in Diagnostics
The top abstracts in diagnostics will be selected for awards of $2,000 each
(Category D, either as the primary or secondary category).
To recognize the work of investigators in practice for less than 15 years, each IDWeek
sponsoring society will choose one outstanding abstract from a member in their
specialty. These awards are $1,250 each.
For individuals outside the U.S. and Canada who are either currently in
training or who have been in practice for five years or less, these awards are
Eligible trainees who are members of one of the IDWeek participating societies can apply
for $1,000; non-members, $800.
Guerrant International Travel Grants
International participants from developing countries may apply for $1,600
grants. Eligibility is based on the World Bank list of low and lower-middle income countries.
In honor of Edward H. Kass, MD, up to 10 awards of $750 each will be given to
medical students, residents, or house officers (fellows are not eligible).
$800 travel awards will be given to the presenting authors of cases selected
for presentation at the Fellows' Day and Pediatric Fellows' Day workshops.
Fellows Day Workshops: Call for Cases
The General Adult ID Fellows’ Day workshop is
accepting cases from fellows from infectious disease training programs inside
and outside of the U.S. and residents from U.S. and non-U.S.
programs.The Pediatric Workshop is
accepting case submissions from fellows, residents, and medical students.
review the Call for Cases in detail before
submitting a case. The online submission process has multiple steps;
therefore, we recommend starting the process no later than Monday, May 2.
authors of selected cases will receive an $800 travel award to offset expenses
associated with attending IDWeek
theme, Advancing Science, Improving Care, IDWeek, the preeminent
international conference focusing on infectious diseases, features the latest
science and bench-to-bedside approaches in prevention, diagnosis, treatment,
and epidemiology, including HIV, across the lifespan. IDWeek is the annual meeting of IDSA, HIVMA, the Society for
Healthcare Epidemiology of America, and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases
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