Late-Breaker Abstracts
-- Late-Breaker Abstract notices were sent October 16. Check your spam folder if the abstract notice was not delivered to your InBox. Contact [email protected] with questions.
-- Oral Late-Breaker Presenters: Click here for instructions to pre-record an oral Late-Breaker Abstract presentation.
-- Poster Late-Breaker Presenters: Click here for Late-Breaker Abstract Poster Presentation Instructions.

Oral Abstract Presentations (for abstracts submitted April 2020)
-- Abstract schedule assignments have been sent. Check your spam folder if the notice was not delivered to your InBox. Contact [email protected] with questions.
-- Pre-recorded abstract presentations were due October 8.
-- You must have a Speaker Presentation Code to submit your pre-recorded presentation. Speaker Presentation Codes were sent on September 25/September 26 to the e-mail on file for the presenting author. Please check your spam folder if the Speaker Presentation Code was not delivered to your InBox. Contact [email protected] if you have not received a Speaker Presentation Code.
-- Click here for instructions to pre-record an abstract presentation.
 
Symposium Sessions
-- Symposium schedule assignments have been sent to the Symposium Organizer.
-- Pre-recorded symposium presentations were due October 8.
-- You must have a Speaker Presentation Code to submit your pre-recorded presentation. Speaker Presentation Codes were sent on September 25/September 26 to the e-mail provided during the proposal process for Symposium Organizers, Co-Chairs and speakers. Contact [email protected] if you have not received a Speaker Presentation Code.
-- Click here for instructions to pre-record a symposium presentation.

Poster Abstract Presentations (for abstracts submitted April 2020)
-- Poster abstract schedule assignments have been sent. Check your spam folder if the notice was not delivered to your InBox. Contact [email protected] with questions.
-- Important updates to Poster Instructions posted October 21! Download the Poster Presentation Instructions here. 
-- During the Annual Meeting, attendees will view the posters through an ePoster platform. During the Poster Sessions on Monday, November 16 and Tuesday, November 17 and Wednesday, November 18, attendees will have the opportunity for a real-time chat (typed messages via a Chat Box) with poster presenters through a chat function on the ePoster platform. Poster presenters are encouraged to participate in their assigned Poster Session in order to address questions submitted through the chat function.

Exhibitors

Learn more about being an exhibitor here.

Sponsorship, Advertising, and Sponsored Symposia
Learn about sponsorship, advertising, sponsored symposium sponsorship, and other support opportunities here.


Virtual Meeting Format
 

What will the session structure look like? Will there be live Question and Answer periods?
The majority of sessions will feature pre-recorded presentations. For Scientific Sessions (oral abstract sessions) and Symposium Sessions, speakers will hold a Question and Answer period by live video and audio after the conclusion of the final pre-recorded presentation of the session.  Attendees will submit their typed questions to a Question Box for consideration by the speakers.

Will the Question and Answer periods and discussion be captured in a recording for the On-Demand version of the session?
The Q&A portion of sessions will not be available for viewing once the session is over; the discussion section at the end of each session will not be available in the On-Demand version of the session. We encourage registrants to attend sessions of interest during the scheduled date and time.

What will the poster sessions look like?
Attendees will be able to view the posters through an ePoster platform. During the designated poster presentation hours on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, attendees will have the opportunity for a real-time chat (typed messages) with presenters via a chat box on the ePoster platform. Poster presenters are encouraged to participate in the poster presentation hours in order to address questions submitted through the chat box.

 

About the ASTMH Annual Meeting: The ASTMH Annual Meeting draws tropical medicine and global health professionals representing academia, foundations, government, not for profit organizations, non-governmental organizations, the private sector, military and private practice. The meeting is designed for researchers, professors, government and public health officials, military personnel, travel clinic physicians, practicing physicians in tropical medicine, students and all healthcare providers working in the fields of tropical medicine, hygiene and global health.

The Annual Meeting is a five-day educational conference that includes four pre-meeting courses and draws approximately 4,900 attendees.

   
 
  

 













ASTMH Values and Promotes Diversity

The Society takes great pride in its diverse membership. Through its elected and appointed leaders, committee structure, awardees, Annual Meeting presenters, etc., ASTMH strongly encourages diversity with regard to gender, race/ethnicity, country, and organization (including academia, governmental and non-governmental institutions, and for-profit companies).