|Why Submit Your Work to ASE 2018?|
“I was able to present my work in an oral presentation in front of an audience of experts, and received very good critiques, which will allow me to continue and improve my work.” ASE 2017 Abstract Presenter
“As a young researcher, it was rewarding to receive ideas and feedback about my project.” ASE 2017 Abstract Presenter
Young investigators under the age of 40 who are no more than five years from the end of their training are eligible to participate in this annual competition supported by the National Board of Echocardiography in honor of their first president, Arthur E. Weyman, MD, FASE. Four finalists will be selected to make a fifteen minute oral presentation and a poster presentation of their research at the 29th Annual ASE Scientific Sessions. The winner will be awarded $1,500 and each of the other finalists $1,000. In addition, all four finalists will receive complimentary meeting registration and travel support up to $625 to attend the meeting. The winner will also be invited to present his/her research at the December 2018 European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging’s EuroEcho-Imaging meeting, and the May 2019 Japanese Society of Echocardiography’s Annual Scientific Meeting. Young investigators must submit an abstract of original work and an additional brief manuscript of up to 1,500 words to be considered for the competition. Abstracts not selected as finalists in the competition will automatically be considered for general presentation.
Sonographer (non-physician) investigators who served as the primary investigator on their project are eligible to participate in this competition designed to highlight and support sonographer-led research. Four finalists will be selected to make an oral presentation and a poster presentation of their research at the 29th Annual ASE Scientific Sessions. The winner will be awarded $500. In addition, all four finalists will receive complimentary meeting registration. To be eligible, applicants must hold echocardiography certification from ARDMS or CCI, or an equivalent international sonography certification, and must indicate that they would like to be considered for the competition when submitting their work. Abstracts not selected as finalists in the competition will automatically be considered for general presentation.
View our Guidelines for Abstract Preparation and Submission and Frequently Asked Questions, or contact Andrea Van Hoever at ASE Headquarters.