The New York State Chapter, American College of Cardiology sponsors a Young Investigators’/Case Presenters'Award Competition in conjunction with its annual scientific session. Any FIT who is currently enrolled in a cardiovascular fellowship training or an advanced cardiology subspecialty training program in New York State may compete as a candidate for the New York State Chapter, ACC Young Investigators'/Case Presenter Competition.
For additional information, please call the New York State Chapter at 212.686.0228 or email email@example.com
2014 Young Investigators’/Case Presenters’ Award Competition
Once again this year, the New York State Chapter, ACC is sponsoring a Young Investigators’/Case Presenters’ Competition.
The 10 best scientific abstracts will be displayed as posters during the 86th Annual Scientific Session of The New York Cardiological Society and the 24th Annual Meeting of the New York State
Chapter of the American College of Cardiology with awards presented to the top 3. Each of the 3 awardees will receive a $200 cash award, a Young Investigator Winner Certificate, and a grant
to cover travel expenses and one night lodging, if required. The Annual Scientific Session/Annual Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Albany Marriot in
Albany, New York. Dedicated breaks are scheduled during the meeting in which attendees are encouraged to visit the posters and interact with the fellows presenting them.
The 2 best clinical cases will be selected for oral presentation at the same meeting. The selected winners will briefly present the clinical case, followed by a detailed
discussion by their mentor. No case will be presented without a formal presentation by the cardiology mentor.
For Submission Guidelines and an Application click on the following links:
Completed Young Investigators’/Case Presenters’ submissions, along with the application, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for the submission is August 1, 2014. Winners will be notified within six weeks of the deadline date. Please keep in mind that abstracts previously presented at other national scientific sessions may be submitted. There is no limit to the number of abstracts/cases that an individual may submit.
If you have any questions, please contact the New York State Chapter office at 212.686.0228 or email email@example.com