The ISCA 2022 program is made up of four Main Scientific Sessions as well as a Poster Exhibition. All sessions for the ISCA 2022 will be virtual.
The Main Scientific Sessions will include oral presentations from invited speakers as well as from speakers selected through this call for abstracts. The poster presentations will all be selected through this call for abstracts.
Upon submission of your abstract, you will be asked for your preference between an oral or a poster presentation. This preference will be taken into consideration by the Scientific Advisory Committee.
As suggested by the conference tagline,“a global forum to improve the lives of those with albinism”, we welcome abstracts covering topics related to health in albinism. This includes, but is not limited to, the following topics: ophthalmology, dermatology, genetics, cellular and molecular biology, syndromic forms of albinism (and related fields of hematology, pulmonology, immunology, gastroenterology), epidemiology, access to health, prevention, low vision interventions, and therapies.
Submission opening date: September 13th, 2022
Submission deadline: O̶c̶t̶o̶b̶e̶r̶ ̶6̶t̶h̶,̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶2̶ postponed to October 15th, 2022.
Author notification: October 16th-20th, 2022
Deadline to share slide decks (for oral presentations) or posters (in their electronic format) with the ISCA 2022 organizing team: November 8th, 2022
Abstract proposals will be evaluated by the ISCA 2022 Scientific Advisory Committee and the final selection of presenters will be made in collaboration with the ISCA 2022 Organizing Team.
The speakers will be notified as per the above timetable. The notification will include:
- Format of presentation (oral or poster)
- Allocated duration for oral presentations
Please note that the Main Scientific Sessions will be held live but will also be recorded and made accessible to registered participants on the secured conference platform during a certain period of time after the conference.
Please note that if your abstract is selected, you might be asked to record a presentation in layperson language on the same topic to be included in the “Latest Albinism Research for the Layperson” side session.