The abstract submission period for the 2020 AABB Annual Meeting has now closed. Thank you to all who submitted.
Abstract Preparation and Submission Guidelines
Abstracts may be considered for oral or poster presentations. Download the
Abstract Preparation and Submission Guidelines for more information on preparing and submitting your abstract.
Let Your Research Make Its Mark
Help advance patient and donor safety by sharing your research with colleagues in the field. AABB Annual Meeting attendees work in all areas of transfusion medicine and cellular therapies and look forward to the cutting-edge, unique abstracts presented at the meeting.
May 15, 2020
Submission Site Closed
MID- to LATE JULY 2020
Notification of Acceptance*
OCTOBER 3-6, 2020
AABB Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD
* Authors will receive notification of the status of their abstract via email. If accepted, abstracts must be presented at the 2020 AABB Annual Meeting. The presenting author must register for the meeting, prepare their poster (or oral presentation if selected) and present during their assigned session time.
Outstanding Abstract Award for Trainees
AABB will present ten Outstanding Abstract Awards for Trainees, chosen by peer review and determination of scientific merit and abstract quality. Recipients will receive a $500 award and be recognized for their achievement at the Plenary Abstract session at the Annual Meeting.
Two trainee awards will be presented in each of the following categories:
- Undergraduate/Nursing/MLS student
- SBB student
- Medical/Graduate student
- Fellow/Post-Doctoral Scientist
To be eligible, the applicant must be a trainee or have been a trainee within 12 months of the start date of the 2020 AABB Annual Meeting. The applicant must also be the first author, who will present the abstract. Submissions will require documentation of eligibility.
Top Poster Awards
Top posters will be recognized on site in a dedicated Top Poster area.
A $25 (USD) nonrefundable processing fee is required for each abstract submission. This fee helps support AABB’s ability to further contribute to the advancement of research in the field.