Welcome to the Online Abstract Program for
PAS 2015 Annual Meeting
April 25-28, 2015
San Diego, CA



2015 Eastern SPR Annual Meeting
March 20 - 22, 2015
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Abstract Submission Deadline:
November 11, 2014; 5:00PM Central Time
 
The pride and reputation of the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Annual Meeting and the Eastern Society for Pediatric Research (ESPR) Annual Meeting has always been predicated on the presentation of the highest quality original science. Your support and participation, through the submission of your best abstracts and attendance, is the key to our persistent success and growth. We encourage you to submit abstracts of the highest quality from your own laboratory or clinical research program for consideration. In addition, help support these meetings by also encouraging junior faculty and trainees, as well as others in your discipline, to submit abstracts detailing cutting edge novel investigations that are hypothesis-driven. The PAS Annual Meeting and the ESPR Annual Meeting are both outstanding forums for presentations by young investigators.

Each meeting is a particularly important opportunity for the medical community focused on child health to show their support for academic medicine. Help us to ensure that we continue to represent the vigor and enthusiasm of academic medicine by showcasing the best in pediatrics and child health research of this century.
We look forward to your abstract submissions.

Abstract Co-Authors: Save time in submitting your abstract by having all co-authors enter disclosure information directly into the disclosure site, and you can link to them by name & email in the abstract submission program.

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