54TH ANNUAL AMERICAN SOCIETY OF DERMATOPATHOLOGY (ASDP) MEETING
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Elson B. Helwig Memorial Lecture – Elaine S. Jaffe, MD, on Navigating Cutaneous Lymphomas -- Do Still Waters Run Deep?
Four Short Courses highlighting inflammatory skin disease, infections in dermatopathology, myeloid and histiocytic proliferations, and ethics in dermatopathology
Future Directions in Dermatopathology: A Forum for Career Development
Hermann Pinkus Memorial Basic Science Course exploring the biology of Merkel cell carcinoma, keratinization disorders and the immunology and tolerance of skin.
Evening Slide Symposium – Preview cases online before the meeting and optional MOC credit available with the post-course self-assessment
Optional Program Highlights:
Mini Course – Alopecia: Step-by-Step
57 Consultation sessions with experts in dermatopathology
Meet the Program Directors – A unique opportunity for residents to network with dermatopathology training directors
Self-Assessment Course – Earn 10.75 CME/SAMs and 100 SA Question Credits
The 2017 Annual Meeting will take place October 26-29 at the Marriott Baltimore Waterfront Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland.
Participation in the ASDP 54th Annual Meeting is limited to registered attendees. Registration fees include admission to all Plenary Program courses and sessions, the poster hall, the ASDP Book Store, luncheons, continental breakfasts and refreshment breaks.
ASDP accepts VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, cash and checks made payable to the American Society of Dermatopathology, in U.S. Dollars only.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
The ASDP 54th Annual Meeting will be held at the Marriott Baltimore Waterfront Hotel.
Marriott Baltimore Waterfront Hotel
700 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Toll Free Reservations: +1-800-228-1900
Reserve your room online.
ASDP has secured discounted rates with the Marriott Baltimore Waterfront Hotel:
$259 single/double occupancy room
$269 triple occupancy room
$279 quad occupancy room
Discount room rate deadline: September 25, 2017
ASDP has negotiated with the Marriott Baltimore to offer the rate of $259 Single/Double, $269 Triple, and $279 for a Quad plus applicable taxes and fees. These rates will be available to ASDP Annual Meeting attendees three days before and three days after the official meeting dates of October 25-29, 2017. To reserve a room, click here or call the Marriott Baltimore Waterfront at +1-800-228-1900 and mention that you are with the ASDP to receive the discounted rate. Discounted room rates apply only to ASDP attendee reservations received before September 25, 2017, and while rooms are still available in the ASDP room block.
The ASDP Call for Abstracts offers three categories of abstract submissions for participants interested in presenting their abstract(s) in an educational session at the Annual Meeting.
The General Abstract category is open to all physicians who practice dermatopathology, including residents and fellows. Abstracts will be selected for either oral or poster presentation.
The Duel in Dermatopathology is an oral abstract competition designed especially for residents in dermatology and pathology. Duel abstracts not selected for the competition will be automatically considered for poster presentation.
The Dermatopathology Fellows Abstract category is open to fellows in a dermatopathology training program. Abstracts will be selected for either oral or poster presentation.
There is no limit on the number of abstracts per submitter. All abstracts should be written with the goal of bringing new or updated information to attendees or providing an organized review of older data. The Continuing Education and Research Committee will select all abstract presentations through a blinded review process. Abstract criteria are subject to annual review.
Abstract Submission Criteria
Abstract submissions must adhere to the published submission criteria:
Abstract content must not have been accepted for publication, published or previously presented at another meeting. If work has been published at the time of presentation, this information must be disclosed at the time of presentation.
The same abstract may not be submitted in more than one category. Submissions in the General, Duel and Fellow abstract categories will be automatically considered for a poster if not accepted as an oral presentation. Submissions to the General abstract category may be made as “poster-only” for those not wanting to be considered for oral presentation.
The subject material must be dermatopathology-related, medically and scientifically valid, and should contain new information not previously reported or novel information about the pathophysiology or diagnosis that enhances the understanding of the disease.
Abstract titles must be clear and accurately reflect the content of the abstract.
The abstract must adequately summarize the key scientific content of the presentation.
The hypothesis should be clearly stated.
Scientific methods must be sound and clearly articulated.
Appropriate data and observations should be clearly presented.
Results must be clearly presented and conclusions must accurately reflect the results and directly address the hypothesis.
Institutions and personal or institutional identifiers must not be referenced in the abstract.
Potential conflicts of interest must be disclosed at the time of abstract submission and presentation, and must not introduce bias in the study design.
The content must be free of grammatical and spelling errors.
Non-scientific abstracts will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Abstract Submission Instructions
Abstracts must be submitted online. Paper abstracts will not be accepted.
From the ASDP Home Page, click on “ASDP Annual Meeting” and select “Abstracts” from the menu in the left margin. Click on '"Submit Your Abstract".
Be sure to read the instructions before entering your abstract online.
Select the abstract category for which you are submitting, i.e. General Abstract, Duel in Dermatopathology or Dermatopathology Fellows.
Abstract text must not to exceed 2,000 characters (approximately 250 words).
Upon successful submission of an abstract, a confirmation will be emailed to you. Be sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email address book to ensure you receive our confirmation and notification emails.
Late submissions will not be accepted.
Notification of acceptance will be sent via email. If you do not receive an email confirmation after submitting your abstract or an email notice of acceptance after the review process, notify ASDP at email@example.com.
By submitting an abstract, you agree to make yourself available for the presentation slot to which your abstract is assigned, in the event your abstract is accepted.
Abstracts accepted for oral or poster presentation will be published to the ASDP website.
Abstract submission deadline 2017-07-31
Abstracts will be evaluated based on the submission criteria using a seven-point scale ranging from poor (1) to outstanding (7). Abstracts will be blind reviewed by all members of the Continuing Education and Research Committee, and the average score will be used to rank the priority of the presentation.
Abstracts will be evaluated using the following criteria:
Outstanding and Excellent:
strong data and conclusions
excellent, error-free writing
original content/new information
exceptional teaching value
strong data and conclusions
well-written, with good detail and organization
unusual or rare content
valid to solid data and conclusions
logical to strong writing with detail
no novel material/relatively common entity or somewhat unusual material
Fair and Poor:
weak, incomplete or questionable validity of data and/or conclusions
minor to significant errors
weak to poor writing
common or inconsequential material
Karen Zader , Program Information & Questions , ASDP
Karen Zader , Program Information & Questions , ASDP