2021 Meeting


The 2021 Annual Meeting will have a largely virtual component, including virtual poster sessions.  Additional details on the final program format will be shared in the coming weeks. 


2021 ANNUAL MEETING CALL FOR ABSTRACTS  - Deadline to submit: 11:59 PM EDT, October 16th, 2020.

UPDATE: Both poster sessions will be virtual.  Exact timing of each session will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

CLICK HERE to submit your abstract today!

Please note the following before submitting your NANOS and/or Walsh abstract:

  • Please review the abstract submission guidelines listed below in detail prior to submitting your abstract(s).
  • All authors that had influence over the content of the abstract must disclose relevant financial interests. When submitting the abstract online, you will be asked to list the names of the authors and the corresponding financial disclosures, if any.
  • Awards for the best work by a medical student, resident, and fellow-in-training are available (Review Criteria).
  • All abstract presenters must register for the meeting.  Meeting registration, travel and hotel accommodations are the responsibility of the presenter.

Authors will be notified of abstract acceptance by mid-December.


THOMAS AND SUSAN CARLOW YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD
Deadline: November 30, 2020 

ELIGIBILITY: NANOS Residents, Fellows-in-training or Active members* who submitted their abstract for the NANOS 2021 Annual Meeting (*see below for detailed criteria and instructions)

ABOUT TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT? Make sure to apply for the Young Investigator Award by following instructions below after you submit your abstract.

DEADLINE: Applications are due to the NANOS Executive Office by November 30, 2021.

Download the Young Investigator Application Instructions here.

This sponsored award of $1,000 and meeting registration reimbursement will be given to a candidate or active NANOS member and is designed to encourage basic or clinical research in Neuro-Ophthalmology. The Awards Subcommittee of the Research Committee will consider scientific originality, academic merit, and relevance as criteria when reviewing the total body of work of an investigator.  In addition, the quality of a representative new research manuscript will also be evaluated as part of the review process. Please note that an abstract must be submitted via the online submission site.

 

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