Abstract Submission

Poster Guidelines

The abstract submission system will open April 1, 2019. The deadline to submit an abstract is June 1, 2019 (11:59 am, Eastern Daylight Time). After the deadline, the Program Committee thoroughly reviews each abstract. Notification of acceptance will be sent the week of July 15. All presenting authors must register for the Annual Meeting (full meeting registration is required; there are no exceptions) and be present at their poster during the Poster Session with Wine and Cheese on Monday from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm. If the presenter fails to appear for the poster session, the abstract submission will not appear in International Journal of Toxicology, the scientific journal of ACT. Please keep in mind that presenting authors may present only one poster at the Annual Meeting, but there is no limit to the number of posters that you may coauthor.

All accepted posters should remain up during the posted Exhibit Hall hours.

Poster Presentations

The Poster Session with Wine and Cheese will feature posters on a variety of topics, to include general toxicology, regulatory toxicology, safety evaluation nonpharmaceuticals, toxicology methods, and safety evaluation pharmaceuticals. The poster session offers engagement between authors, exhibitors, and attendees while showcasing some of the latest and most innovative work in the field. The ACT award-winner posters will feature a ribbon—be sure to look for these merited posters in the Exhibit Hall.

Poster Presenters!

Instructions for ACT Poster Presentations are provided on the Presenter Information page.

Travel Grants

Travel Grant Poster Presenters

Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, early career professionals, and toxicologists can apply for either the North American Travel Grant or the International Travel Grant. Recipients must present a poster at the ACT Annual Meeting. To be considered for a travel grant, use the application on the ACT Awards webpage to supply the mandatory criteria and submit a poster abstract using the online abstract system.

Graduate students who are allocated a travel grant will also be considered for the Furst Award. This award, established through a generous contribution from the late Dr. Arthur Furst, is given to the author of the Best Student Poster at the Annual Meeting. It consists of a $2,000 cash prize and a plaque. Graduate students applying for the Furst Award must present their poster to the Awards Committee during the Furst Award Poster Judging session on Sunday, and the winner will be acknowledged at the Awards Ceremony and Luncheon.