ASNC invited all physicians, scientists and technologists to submit their original scientific basic science and clinical research abstracts for consideration as an oral, poster or e-poster presentation to be presented at ASNC2019. Abstract submitters who are in residency/fellows training programs and under the age of 35 have the option of having their abstracts considered for the Young Investigator Competition.
- Young Investigator Competition – Fellow Finalists will be selected for the Basic Science and Clinical Research Categories. Selected Fellow presenters will receive $500. The winning presenter in each category will receive an additional $500
- Best Basic Science abstract - $500
- Best Clinical Research abstract - $500
All poster/e-poster presentations will be reviewed by a committee during the dedicated poster presentation times. The committee will then select the top two abstracts in each category. The winners will be announced at the Plenary session on Sunday, September 15.
All accepted abstract submitters will have the option of submitting an e-poster whether the presentation is oral or poster. The e-posters can be viewed via a weblink which allows the viewer to contact the author for additional information. During each of the dedicated poster times, there will be a limited number of e-posters presented in addition to the standard poster presentations.
Abstract Preparation Resources: All poster presentations can be submitted as e-posters and/or posterboards. Poster presenters have been sent instructions on how to upload an e-poster. View posterboard development guidelines.
- A “How-To” Guide for Preparing Abstracts & Poster Presentations
- How to Write an Abstract that Will be Accepted for Presentation at a National Meeting
- Guide to Preparing for the Abstract Competition
For questions about the abstract submission process, contact email@example.com.
For technical issues with the abstract submissions website, contact the OASIS Helpdesk.
2018 Young Investigators Awardees
Basic science winner
Julian Betancur - EXTERNALLY VALIDATED DEEP LEARNING IMPROVES PER-VESSEL PREDICTION OF OBSTRUCTIVE CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE FROM UPRIGHT AND SUPINE SPECT MPI: A MULTICENTER STUDY
Vasvi Singh - MAGNITUDE OF DENERVATED MYOCARDIUM PREDICTS ARRHYTHMIC EVENTS AMONG PATIENTS WITH ISCHEMIC CARDIOMYOPATHY
Clinical Honorable Mention – Clinical winner
Krishna Patel - DOES ISCHEMIA ON MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION IMAGING WITH POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY IDENTIFY PATIENTS RECEIVING SURVIVAL BENEFIT WITH EARLY REVASCULARIZATION?
Best Clinical Abstracts
1st place - Sarah Cuddy - 18F-FLOBETAPIR PET/CT DETECTS PRECLINICAL CARDIAC INVOLVEMENT IN AL AMYLOIDOSIS
2nd place – Jonathon Tottleben - THE PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF SERIAL STRESS MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION IMAGING IN ASYMPTOMATIC END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE (ESRD) PATIENTS AWAITING KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
Best Basic Science Abstracts
1st place – Jens Sorensen - DIAGNOSING MITRAL REGURGITATION USING 15O-WATER PET
2nd place – Ja Gaglione - REPRODUCIBILITY OF MYOCARDIAL BLOOD FLOW PROCESSING OVER TIME USING COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE SOFTWARE.
2017 Young Investigators Awardees
Jakub Toczek, PhD
Ahmad Masri, MD
Rudolf A. Werner, MD
Firas Al Badarin, MD
Julian A. Betancur, PhD