Abstracts & Posters
View 2019 Annual Meeting Abstracts
ACCP is no longer accepting abstracts for the 2020 ACCP Annual Meeting. Encore presentations are welcome but must be documented as such when the abstract is submitted. Unfortunately, ACCP does not accept Late Breaking Abstracts. Please review the Abstract Submission Timeline for pertinent deadline dates in addition to the Areas of Abstract Submission and Guidelines for Poster Presentations.
Abstracts will be published online in the Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development, the ACCP website and ACCP365 App. Posters must be presented at the Annual Meeting to be published.
Please note that the following rules & regulations apply:
Student & Trainee Abstract Awards Program
The top eight Student & Trainee abstracts, as judged by the Abstract Reviewers, will receive a $1,000 honorarium, up to $500 in travel support, a trophy, complimentary registration for the 3-day Annual Meeting and an invitation to attend the Regents & Awards Dinner. Student & Trainee Abstract Award Recipients are required to present their posters at both the Sunday and Monday Poster Sessions.
In addition, the next twelve Student & Trainee abstracts, as judged by the Abstract Reviewers, will receive up to $500 in travel support to attend the Annual Meeting, ACCP gratefully acknowledges Nuventra Pharma Sciences for its Sponsorship that permitted this program to be expanded to provide travel support for a four additional Students & Trainees.
- In order to be eligible for Student Abstract Awards, the recipient must be the primary author of the abstract and is required to attend the ACCP Annual Meeting to present the poster.
- These travel awards are contingent upon the Student presenting the abstract and do not apply if someone other than the Student presents the abstract.
- Recipients of the Student & Trainee Abstract Awards and travel support must register for the Annual Meeting, provide Student verification and return your completed Poster Presentation Acceptance Form by June 15th.
- ACCP accepts encore poster presentations; however, encores must be documented as such when the abstract is submitted and will not be eligible for Student or New Member Abstract Awards.