Q: Can I update my poster to reflect more recent work once the abstract was accepted?
Q: Can I change the title of my abstract once the abstract was accepted?
Q: Can I change or add authors once the abstract was accepted?
A: No. You must list all authors and coauthors before the submission site closes for review.
Q: Does ACR offer grants for medical students?
Q: Do I have to attend the meeting in person if my abstract was selected for a Gold Merit?
A: No, but it is highly recommended.
Q: Can I get an extension on the abstract submission date?
A: The abstracts immediately go into the review process once the deadline is reached therefore, late submissions cannot be accepted.
Q: Can I submit my abstract prior to obtaining official results?
A: The abstract submissions must be final and include results.
Q: Can I use the ACR logo on my ePoster?
A: No. Only your institution logo is permitted.
Q: Once the abstract deadline closes, can I change the authors?
A: No. Author changes and updates must be done prior to the deadline.
Q: Can I submit an abstract to ACR if it was submitted at another meeting?
A: Yes if it adheres to current ACR Abstract & ePoster guidelines.
Q: Can I submit an abstract for educational review?
A: Abstracts focused on clinical radiology (i.e. more traditional abstracts seen at other national radiology meetings) will not be considered for this meeting. So, educational reviews may or may not be appropriate depending on the content they are reviewing. If the content is focused on learning techniques and tips, pearls and pitfalls, sort of content for residents, for instance, that would be acceptable content for the meeting. However, a review of different types of hindfoot coalition would not be suitable content.