Upon acceptance of the poster abstract, the presenting author must register for the meeting (full meeting registration is required; there are no exceptions). Designated authors (indicated in the Program with an underline) will display their poster in the Exhibit Hall for the Poster Viewing on Monday, November 15, from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST). To maintain proper social distancing, attendance at the Poster Viewing on November 15 is not required and a limited number of individuals will be allowed into the Exhibit Hall at one time. There will be a virtual feature for you to upload a five-minute oral presentation of your poster presentation with a virtual function to network and answer questions directly with attendees who visit your poster on-site.
If the presenter fails to display their poster in the Exhibit Hall, 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 someone may co-author.
Posters will be assigned a number for a designated 4 ft. high x 8 ft. wide board (assigned poster numbers will be located in the Program’s Author Index). Please include the title and the names of the investigators at the top of your poster and include the abstract along with the other information you want to display (display should be limited to scientific data and should not contain marketing of any kind). Material, including line drawings or graphs, should be clearly presented and may be computer generated (laser printing and matte finish is preferred). Pushpins will be provided to attach your poster.
It is the responsibility of the poster presenter to remove the poster. Failure to do so could result in damage to or loss of the unclaimed poster. The American College of Toxicology is not responsible for posting, removing, or storing posters and assumes no responsibility for any poster not removed during the designated dismantle time.
Times are listed in Eastern Standard Time.
If you have any questions about abstracts or posters, please contact Jordan Ballance.
All member and nonmember speakers and Chairs must make their own hotel and travel arrangements. All authorized speakers must follow the Reimbursement Guidelines to have their full expenses reimbursed by the College. All Chairs and speakers are encouraged to book their hotel reservations using the housing link no later than May 1. Please do not make any additional travel arrangements before August 1 unless instructed otherwise by Becca Isakower. Please note that travel arrangements made prior to August 1 may not be reimbursed by ACT.
If you have any questions about speaker housing, please contact ACT Headquarters.
Invited speakers receive a complimentary registration for the day they are speaking. However, speakers may extend the one-day registration to a full meeting registration at a discounted rate. The meeting registration fee includes all Symposia and Workshops, Plenary Sessions, the Awards Ceremony, continental breakfast Monday through Wednesday, all coffee breaks, the Poster Viewing, and the Closing Reception. Additional fees are required for Continuing Education courses.
All speakers have the option to add ticketed special events to their registration, for a fee. Events can be added by completing a Speaker Registration Form with the desired options and returning with payment to ACT Headquarters. ACT will validate all speakers.
Full Meeting Registration
(Received by September 13)
(Begins September 14)
(Begins November 5)
|ACT Member Speaker||$385||$495||$605|
|Continuing Education (per Course)|
|ACT Member Speaker||$250||$350||$450|
CE course registrants may switch to a different course without paying an additional course registration fee until November 10. After November 10, switching courses will be regarded as a separate registration, and an additional course fee will be required.