Advances in Sleep and Circadian Science (ASCS) is being held February 17-20, 2023 at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida.
Call for Poster Abstracts is now open and all Sleep Research Society (SRS) and Society for Research on Biological Rhythms (SRBR) members are encouraged to submit abstracts describing their research of interest for a poster presentation at the ASCS 2023 Poster Session. Submitted abstracts for poster presentations will undergo a review by the Sleep Research Society Scientific Offerings Committee. Acceptance of abstracts will be based on scientific merit and originality.
Poster Abstract Submissions Deadline: October 30, 2022
Notifications of Acceptance to Poster Abstract submitters sent: December 7, 2022
Acceptance from Poster Abstract submitters due: December 18, 2022
Late Breaking Poster Abstract Submissions Deadline: December 20, 2022
Notifications of Acceptance to Late Breaking Poster Abstract submitters sent: January 7, 2023
Acceptance from Late Breaking Poster Abstract submitters due: January 15, 2023
Early Bird registration for ASCS ends: December 21, 2022
Regular registration for ASCS closes: January 8, 2023
- At least one author of an accepted poster must attend the ASCS 2023 meeting to present the poster. ASCS is unable to cover attendees’ expenses or waive registration fees for presenters.
- Authors are encouraged to submit only one poster abstract as presenting author.
- Content must be original. If content will be published or presented elsewhere prior to February 17, 2023, you must provide an explanation of what will be published or presented.
Poster Abstract Entry
- All submissions must be in English.
- Poster abstracts are only accepted through the submission form conforming to the following outline:
- Authors and Institutions
- Spell out completely the names of all authors using full first and last names
- It is not acceptable to state that “The results will be discussed”, inclusion of specific data is necessary for reviewers.
- To the extent possible and in keeping with the integrative theme of the meeting, please indicate how your study reflects on interactions between sleep and circadian systems.
- Support (optional)
- Support is not required on abstracts that did not use extramural support for the project.