Poster Presentation Format
Because some AACR Annual Meeting attendees and presenters may be restricted from traveling to New Orleans in April 2022, the AACR Annual Meeting 2022 offered the following options for presenters of abstracts accepted for poster presentation:
- In-Person Presentation with E-Poster— All in-person presenters will also be required to submit a companion e-poster presentation to accommodate registered attendees who are unable to attend the meeting in person.
- E-Poster Only— Presenters of accepted posters who were unable to travel to New Orleans will were required to submit an e-poster.
E-posters are only available to registered AACR Annual Meeting attendees through Wednesday, July 13.
Online Supplement to Cancer Research
Available June 2022. Approximately eight weeks after the AACR Annual Meeting, all presented abstracts are published as an online-only supplement to the AACR journal Cancer Research.
Presentation of Proffered Papers at the AACR Annual Meeting
Every proffered abstract that has been accepted for publication in the online Proceedings must have a corresponding presentation at the meeting. Specifically, the author listed as the presenter for an accepted proffered paper must attend the corresponding session to discuss in detail the research outlined in the published abstract, according to the specific guidelines of the session. If, due to unforeseen circumstances, the designated presenter is unavailable to attend the session to present the paper, he or she must contact the AACR Program Development Department to designate a coauthor to serve as the presenter. If no abstract authors are available to present the data, the presenter must withdraw the abstract immediately by contacting the AACR Program Development Department at 215-440-9300 or [email protected]. Failure to comply with these regulations pertaining to abstract presentation may result in actions including, but not limited to:
- The withdrawal of the abstract from the session
- The removal of the abstract from the online Proceedings
- The loss of future sponsorship privileges for the sponsor of the abstract
- The loss of future abstract submission/authorship privileges for the presenter of the abstract