Abstract submissions are closed. If you have questions about your abstract, please contact: Abstracts@scct.org.
Abstracts will be presented by oral or poster format, at the discretion of the Annual Scientific Program Committee. If you prefer to present your abstract by poster format only, please indicate that at the time of abstract submission. This must be indicated at the time of submission. Once abstract are placed in sessions, requests to change formats will not be accepted.
Please Note: All presenters are required to register for the meeting and pay the appropriate registration fee.
- Oral Presentation: All oral presentations will consist of 12-minute presentations (9 minutes for the presentation; 3 minutes for discussion). Presenters will be required to bring their presentation in an electronic format. The meeting room will have a LCD projector. A Speaker Ready Room will be available to upload your presentation.
- Poster: Presenters must be available during their assigned presentation time to present their poster and answer any questions. POSTER SIZE IS 4’ X 4’ [PLEASE PAY STRICT ATTENTION TO THIS SIZE MAXIMUM. LARGER POSTER SIZES CANNOT BE ACCOMMODATED.]. The presenter must provide the presentation material for the poster board, including all relevant disclosure information. Push pins will be available onsite. No audiovisual, or any equipment requiring power will be permitted in the poster session area.
- New! ePosters: All accepted abstracts will have the option of uploading an ePoster in addition to an oral or poster presentation.
- New! Rapid Fire ePoster Presentations: The abstract selection committee will designate some abstracts to be presented in a rapid fire format during the standard poster presentations.
- New! Educational Exhibit Posters: This new abstract type is designed to teach or review imaging signs, pathologic correlations, procedures, techniques, treatments, and interventions or other aspects related to the practice of imaging. Not sure what an Educational Exhibit Posters looks like? View this example of an poster explaining the Coronary Artery Disease Reporting and Data System (CAD-RADS™): A Primer for Radiologists.