Submit an Abstract

Submit an Abstract

Abstracts at AES 2022

As the nation’s largest educational and scientific event for epilepsy professionals, the AES Annual Meeting is an ideal venue for clinicians and scientists to present research results to a global audience.

Authors will have the opportunity to present their research live in Nashville and upload an ePoster to the virtual poster gallery for attendees to view for up to 90 days after the meeting.

The submission window for late-breaking abstracts is open! Abstracts must be submitted by Thursday, September 15 to be considered. There will be no deadline extension due to the quick turnaround needed for review ahead of the 2022 AES Annual Meeting.

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Deadline: Thursday, September 15 at 12:00 PM (noon) Pacific Time.

Late-breaking abstracts should contain new data that was not yet known or fully available by the June abstract deadline and will be required to be submitted via the AES website.

There will be no deadline extension due to the quick turnaround needed for review ahead of the 2022 AES Annual Meeting.

What is a late-breaking abstract?

The late-breaking submission window is designed to allow submissions of new, engaging, or exciting data that was not available earlier this year during the initial abstract submission window. Selection of late-breaking abstracts is based on scientific merit, timeliness, and anticipated interest to AES 2022 attendees. Late-breaking submitters are required to upload a letter with their submission explaining why the abstract should be considered.

Submission Guidelines

For instructions on how to submit and guidelines for your submission, please review our abstract submission guidelines.


Submission Fees

 Late-Breaking Submission Fee
Corporate Submissions$300
Non-Corporate Submissions$100

 

For late-breaking abstracts submitted by trainees:

 Late-Breaking Submission Fee
AES members$75
Non-member trainees$100


Trainees are invited to submit an abstract for consideration and attend the AES Annual Meeting. Trainee submitters are required to upload a letter from their supervisor confirming their trainee status.

If submitting an abstract and purchasing an AES membership, please allow up to five business days for your membership payment to be processed before submitting your abstract to receive the member rate.



Please note that first/presenting authors of all accepted abstracts are required to register for and attend the AES Annual Meeting. The abstract submission fee does not cover any portion of the registration fee

 

Questions? Email abstract@aesnet.org.