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- All abstracts must be submitted online, via the abstract submission portal.
- You need to be a member of APSID to submit an abstract. Applicants shall register to be members of APSID or renew their memberships as soon as possible. Applicants from resource-limited countries may be eligible for a special award from the School, waiving their membership fee for 2 years. Resource-limited countries are defined by a Human Development Index 2021 lower than or equal to 0.60, which, in Asia, includes Nepal, Cambodia, Myanmar, Syria, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Yemen.
- Abstracts must be concise and no longer than 200 words. Only 1 table/figure is allowed.
- Travel and accommodation of presenters will be sponsored.
Abstracts related to any topics in the general field of clinical and diagnostic immunology may be submitted. APSID will solicit both clinical and research abstracts for the Inaugural Advanced IEI School. However, abstracts related to the following topics will be prioritised for oral presentation to enhance the coherence between lectures by faculty members and oral presentations.
- Viral and mycobacterial infections
- Bacterial infections
- Fungal infections
- Registry and national/regional cohort studies
- Genetic diagnostics and gene therapy
- Novel IEI genes
- Laboratory models of IEI, e.g. animal, organoid, iPSC
Format of Presentations
- Oral presentations on day 1 (clinical day): a case study of single patient or kindred, 10+5 minutes for presentation with questions at the end of the session
- Oral presentations on day 2 (advanced day): any basic, translational, or clinical research (case studies are also acceptable), 10+5 minutes for presentation with questions at the end of the session
- Posters on day 1: a case study of single patient or kindred, 4+3 minutes for oral presentation during poster walk
- Posters on day 2: any basic, translational, or clinical research (case studies or proposals or updates of a major project which is still in development, but is of regional or national interest, are also acceptable), 7+3 minutes for oral presentation during poster walk
Authorship and Disclosures
- No more than 5 authors may be listed for an abstract.
- Only one person may be the presenting author.
- Abstracts must be submitted by the presenting author, with permission from all authors.
- The presenting/submitting author is required to submit a disclosure form on behalf of all authors.
Abstracts will be prioritised for oral presentation based on relevance, geographical representation, novelty, quality, and anticipated interest to APSID School participants.