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2020 ILADS Annual Conference in Washington, DC

Complexities of Host Pathogen Interactions Resulting in Disease

Save the Date! | September 10-13, 2020

Please join us for the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) 21st Annual Conference. This year’s conference will be held September 10-13, 2020 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC. 

The Call for Abstracts is now open.

More information to come.

Call for Abstracts

2020 ILADS Annual Conference in Washington, DC

Complexities of Host Pathogen Interactions Resulting in Disease

ILADS welcomes the submission of abstracts by persons interested in presenting at an upcoming ILADS conference. Once submitted, ILADS’ Program Committee will evaluate the abstract based on evidence-based medicine and research. Submissions will be accepted until May 1, 2020

The conference theme is Complexities of Host Pathogen Interactions Resulting in Disease.

GUIDELINES

All prospective speakers, including invited speakers, are required to submit structured abstracts of their proposed presentations. Prospective poster presenters are also encouraged to submit structured abstracts.

Please see our guidelines on how to write a structured abstract, which includes an example of a structured abstract.

Prospective speakers also will be required to submit 2-3 Learning Objectives.

Please have the following items ready before submitting your abstract.

Items marked with an (*) are required.

  • (*) Abstract (Please follow structured abstract format and limit to 400 words. Diagrams may be included.)
  • (*) Learning Objectives
  • (*) CV
  • (*) Short biography (Please limit to 100 words and include information on educational credentials, current title/position, and current work focus.)
  • Head shot
  • (*) Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships (RFR)
  • (*) Speaker Release

Exhibitor Information

2020 ILADS Annual Conference in Washington, DC

Complexities of Host Pathogen Interactions Resulting in Disease

 

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