AACE 2014 Call for Abstracts

The 2014 Call for Abstracts is closed. Notifications regarding acceptance have been sent to authors. For additional information on poster presentations please visit:

2014 Abstract Submission Guidelines

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Poster Presentation Schedule


The Call for Late Breaking Abstracts will be open February 24, at 9:00am ET-April 1, 2014 at 11:59pm ET. No late breaking abstracts will be accepted after this time.

The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) is pleased to invite you to participate in its 22nd Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress Late Breaking Call for Abstracts. The Late Breaking Abstract Program allows for later submission of new and cutting-edge research. Submissions should present results from clinical trials or significance to the science and practice of clinical endocrinology.

There is no charge for abstract submission. Accepted late breaking abstracts will be published in an online supplement to the AACE Annual Meeting Syllabus. All accepted late breaking abstracts will participate in the general poster session.

The meeting will be held on May 14-18, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV. Abstracts may be submitted by AACE members, CAP Member Employees, or non-members sponsored by an AACE member. Endocrinologists, endocrine fellows-in-training, residents in internal medicine, surgery, or pediatrics, and medical students are eligible to apply for membership. You can apply online at https://www.aace.com/join

We hope you will join us at the AACE 23rd Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress in Las Vegas, NV! We are confident you will find the plenary sessions, workshops, satellite symposia, poster session, and exhibits valuable and educational.

AACE members, please login to AACE to submit an abstract.

Not an AACE Member? Consider joining before you submit your abstract. AACE members receive a substantial discount on AACE Annual Meeting registration and quality benefits throughout the year. For more information, please visit https://www.aace.com/membership.


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