Nutrition 2018 Abstract Submission
Presenting authors were required to select an abstract category with which the abstract should be associated. Abstracts will be reviewed and categories may be adjusted to group like abstracts together for presentation.
Click here to download the full list of Nutrition 2018 abstract categories.
Abstract Categories with Topical Area
Aging and Chronic Disease
001 – Nutrient Needs and Impact on Aging and Health
002 – Nutritional Assessment in Older Adults and Populations
003 – Nutrition and Cardiometabolic Health
004 – Nutrition and Musculoskeletal Health
005 – Nutrition and Gastrointestinal Health
006 – Biomarkers of Nutrient Function and Disease
Carotenoids and Retinoids
007 – Carotenoids and Human Health
008 – Carotenoids and Retinoids: Molecular Mechanisms of Action
Chronobiology and Nutrition
009 – Chronobiology and Nutrition
Community and Public Health Nutrition
010 – Community and Public Health Nutrition Interventions
011 – Food Security and Its Connections to Nutrition and Health
012 – Health Disparities and Promoting Health in Diverse Populations (Co-sponsor: Minority and Diversity Affairs Committee)
013 – Food Environment
014 – Policy, Systems, and Environmental Approaches in Public Health Nutrition
015 – Community and Public Health Approaches to Obesity Prevention
Diet and Cancer
016 – Molecular Targets
017 – Diet and Cancer: Animal Studies
018 – Diet and Cancer: Clinical, Epidemiological and Translational Studies
Dietary Bioactive Components
019 – Bioavailability, Metabolism and Biomarkers of Dietary Bioactive Components
020 – Mechanisms of Action and Molecular Targets of Dietary Bioactive Components
021 – Effects of Dietary Bioactive Components in Experimental Models of Chronic Disease Risk
022 – Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Effects of Dietary Bioactive Components
023 – Cardiovascular Effects of Dietary Bioactive Components
024 – Dietary Bioactive Components of Medicinal, Functional, and Fermented Foods
Energy and Macronutrient Metabolism
025 – Energy Balance, Macronutrients and Weight Management
026 – Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome (Co-sponsor: Obesity RIS)
027 – Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism
028 – Lipid and Fatty Acid Metabolism and Transport
029 – Metabolic Phenotyping, Metabolomics and Biomarkers
030 – Carbohydrate Metabolism
031 – Dietary Fatty Acids and Health
032 – Protein Intake and Health Implications
033 – Fiber Metabolism and Health
Experimental Animal Nutrition
034 – Animal Nutrition
035 – Animal Models of Fetal Nutrition, Programming and Neonatal Development
036 – Comparative Animal Nutrition and Physiology
Climate/Environment, Health, Agriculture and Improved Nutrition
037 – Food and Agricultural Sustainability
038 – Linear Growth and Growth Failure from Conception to Adulthood (Co-sponsors: Global Nutrition Council and Maternal, Perinatal and Pediatric Nutrition)
039 – Global Nutrition: Improving Diets and Food Choices of Vulnerable Populations
040 – Global Nutrition: Obesity, Non-communicable Diseases and the Nutrition Transition
041 – Global Nutrition: Measuring and Improving Micronutrient Status
042 – Global Nutrition: Nutrition, Infection and Inflammation
043 – Global Nutrition: Effectiveness of Nutrition-sensitive and Integrated Nutrition Programs
044 – Global Nutrition: Policies and Policy Processes
Maternal, Perinatal and Pediatric Nutrition
045 – Relationships of Maternal Diet and Health to Infant Health
046 – Physiologic and Behavioral Determinants of Successful Lactation Initiation and Maintenance
047 – Biology of Lactation (includes bioactive components, milk composition, infant outcomes, etc.)
048 – Infant and Early Childhood Nutrition
049 – Feeding Behavior of the Mother, Infant and Other Caregivers on Health and Disease
050 – Nutrition and Physical Growth (includes determinants, predictors, assessment, etc.)
051 – Development and Nutrition (e.g., nutrient requirements, nutrient assessment, maternal/fetal exchange, nutritional needs of preterm infants)
052 – Developmental Origins of Health and Disease
053 – Interventions for the Treatment and Prevention of Nutrition-Related Diseases
054 – Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Liver Metabolism
055 – Hospital Nutrition
056 – Nutrition and the Brain (includes cognition and mood)
Nutrition Education and Behavior Science
057 – Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Behavior Change
058 – School, Out of School, and Community Childhood Nutrition Education and Behavioral Interventions
059 – Innovative Nutrition Education Programs, Evaluation Measures, and/or Technology
060 – Nutrigenomics
061 – Personalized Nutrition (includes variability in response to food/physical activity; genetic variations and nutrition requirements)
062 – Nutrition and the Epigenome
063 – Metabolic Inflammation: The Potential Role of Nutritional Constituents
064 – Innovation and Validation of Dietary Assessment Tools and Their Applications
065 – Epidemiological Research Addressing Diet and Health Outcomes
066 – Nutrition and Chronic Disease Epidemiology
067 – Research with Dietary Supplements and Bioactive Components
068 – Advancing Nutritional Epidemiology with Public Use and Commercial Data Sets
069 – Childhood Nutrition Epidemiology
070 – Big Data and Technology and Nutrition Research
Nutritional Immunology and Inflammation
071 – Nutritional Immunology and Inflammation
072 – Nutrition and Infection
073 – General Nutritional Influences on Human Microbiomes
074 – Nutritive Properties of Fermented Foods and Beverages
075 – Probiotic and Prebiotic Interventions to Modulate the Human Microbiomes
076 – Nutrition Policy and Regulations
077 – Food Science and Technology in Nutrition
078 – Translation of Nutrition Science for Public Policy, Practice and the Consumer
079 – Treatment of Obesity
080 – Gut Microbiome and Obesity
081 – Health Effects of Obesity
082 – Diet Composition and Obesity
083 – Body Composition
084 – Childhood Obesity: Causes, Correlations, and Treatment
085 – Beige Fat, Brown Fat and Obesity
086 – Ingestive and Physical Activity Behavior in Obesity
087 – Adipose Tissue and Muscle Metabolism
088 – Obesity Energetics
Vitamins & Minerals
089 – Minerals
090 – B Vitamins
091 – Fat Soluble Vitamins
092 – Antioxidants and Chronic Disease
093 – Micronutrient Interventions
094 – Micronutrient Bioavailability
095 – Nutrition, Dietary Supplements and Human Performance (Co-sponsor: Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association)
Education & Teaching
096 – Innovations in Undergraduate, Graduate and Medical Nutrition Education
Methods and Protocol
097 – Methods and Protocols
Submission Guidelines and Instructions
Abstracts were required to be submitted through the Nutrition 2018 abstract submission website. Please see below or click here for detailed guidelines and instructions regarding abstract submission.
Requirements: Nutrition 2018 abstract submissions must include unpublished, original research and be submitted through the Nutrition 2018 abstract submission website. Multiple abstracts can be submitted by the same presenting author but must address different research. All abstracts must be submitted in English with accurate grammar and spelling suitable for publication.
Authors: Abstracts must be submitted by the presenting author who is expected to present the abstract at Nutrition 2018. Co-authors can be included on the abstract.
Abstract Submission Fee: Presenting authors are required to pay a non-refundable $55 fee for each submitted abstract. A credit card will be required for payment. No refunds will be provided if the abstract is withdrawn. The abstract submission fee is separate from the meeting registration fee.
Award Competitions and Travel Funding Opportunities: Based on academic level, presenting authors may apply for award competitions and travel funding opportunities during abstract submission. Notifications will be sent to selected individuals in April 2018.
Revisions: Revisions can be made through the Nutrition 2018 abstract submission website through January 18, 2018. Please proofread abstract submissions carefully because edits will not be made by ASN staff.
Abstract Review: All abstracts will be peer-reviewed through a blind review process for quality assurance. Reviewers will consider the following when rating abstracts: abstract components (objective, methods, results and conclusions), significance and writing quality. Unless an abstract is focused on methods or protocols, all abstracts must include results. Results should include at least preliminary data. To say, “the results will be discussed at Nutrition 2018,” is insufficient. Abstracts without results will be rejected. Exceptions will only be made for abstracts focused on methods or protocols.
Acceptance and Programming Notification: Presenting authors will be notified of abstract acceptance and programming by e-mail on or before March 23, 2018. This notification will indicate if the abstract will be presented as a poster or oral session. Please make sure your e-mail settings will allow emails from support@ConferenceAbstracts.com to ensure important program information gets through your SPAM filters.
Withdrawals: Requests to withdraw an abstract must be sent to Michelle Crispino by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 7, 2018. All accepted abstracts will be published unless the abstract is officially withdrawn by this date.
Publication: Accepted abstracts will be published in Current Developments in Nutrition, ASN’s open access journal.
Embargo Policy: Accepted abstracts are embargoed until the beginning of the first session in which they are presented. An embargo means that information and data pertaining to the abstract may not be announced, publicized or distributed before the embargo date and time. Promotion of general topics, speakers or presentation times is allowed and encouraged as long as specific findings are not included in the announcement.
Meeting Participation: Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the author to present it if accepted. Failure to present, if not justified, will jeopardize future acceptance of abstracts for ASN conferences.
Registration Fee/Travel Costs: Authors associated with an abstract must register for the meeting and are responsible for all travel expenses (airfare, food, hotel, etc.) associated with presenting at the meeting. The registration fee and travel costs are separate from the abstract submission fee.
Abstracts must be submitted through the Nutrition 2018 abstract submission website. The information listed below will be required during the abstract submission process.
Presentation Type: Presenting authors can indicate their preference for presentation type (Poster, Oral, or Indifferent).
Presenting Author: Contact information, ASN membership status and academic level must be provided.
Co-Authors: Contact information for all co-authors must be provided. Institutions where the work was performed should be listed for each co-author even if the individual is no longer there.
Abstract Title: The abstract title should be entered in Title Case and be short and specific. The abstract title has a character limit of 150 characters.
Abstract Category: Presenting authors must select an abstract category with which the abstract should be associated. Only one abstract category can be selected. Click here to review the full abstract category list. Please consider submitting your abstract even if you believe it does not fit precisely into one category. Abstracts will be reviewed and categories may be adjusted to group like abstracts together for presentation.
Keywords: Presenting authors must provide at least two keywords associated with the content area of the abstract to assist with programming at Nutrition 2018.
Abstract: The abstract has a character limit of 2000 characters not including spaces. Each abstract should be formatted using the following 4 headings:
- Objectives: State the precise objective, the specific hypothesis to be tested, or both.
- Methods: Provide a clear, concise description of specific methods, including research design. Describe interventions, if used.
- Results: Report the most important findings, including results of statistical analyses. Unless an abstract is focused on methods or protocols, all abstracts must include results. Results should include at least preliminary data. To say, “the results will be discussed at Nutrition 2018,” is insufficient. Your abstract may be rejected if results are not included, unless your abstract is focused on methods or protocols.
- Conclusions: Summarize in 1 or 2 sentences the primary outcomes of the study, including their potential significance (avoid generalizations).
When using abbreviations for compounds, the full name should be spelled out for the first mention. The Current Developments in Nutrition instructions for abbreviations, units of measure, nomenclature and tables/figures should be followed. Do not begin sentences with numerals.
Names and institutions of the presenting author or co-authors should not be included in the abstract body as this could impact the efficacy of a blinded abstract review process.
Special Characters and Formatting: Please proof your abstract body carefully to confirm that any special characters (such as ≤, ≥, etc.) are displaying properly.
Supporting Images/Graphs: Supporting images and graphs can be uploaded (png, .jpg, .bmp, .gif).
Funding and Disclosures: Presenting authors will be asked to provide information regarding relevant financial relationships with a commercial interest within the past 12 months. Research funding sources should be noted in the specified text box.
Awards Competitions and Travel Funding Opportunities: Presenting authors can apply for ASN award competitions and travel funding opportunities depending on their academic level during abstract submission. Click here to review complete details including eligibility, requirements, and processes.
Payment Information: Presenting authors are required to pay a non-refundable $55 fee for each submitted abstract. A credit card will be required to submit payment. No refunds will be provided if the abstract is withdrawn. The abstract submission fee is separate from the meeting registration fee.
Technical Support: Technical Support can be reached 9:00 am to 9:00 pm EST, Monday to Friday.
Phone: (410) 638-9239 or (877) 426-6323 (toll-free)
At Nutrition 2018, abstract presentations offer attendees the ideal opportunity to present their own research and learn more about their peers’ science. Abstracts will be presented in three ways:
- Oral Sessions: Typically 120 minutes, these sessions feature the presentation of multiple abstracts organized around a common theme and will highlight outstanding research representing the abstract topical areas.
- Poster Presentations: Nutrition 2018 will feature two main poster sessions: one on Sunday, June 10 and one on Monday, June 11. Poster sessions will be in The Hub, ASN’s interactive expo hall. Meet your colleagues and discuss their science during the poster manning hours between 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM each day!
- ePoster Discussions: New for Nutrition 2018, these 45-minute sessions provide a new interactive, enjoyable learning experience for presenters and attendees alike. ePosters will be displayed as presenters discuss their research. Session moderators will share their perspectives and facilitate discussion.
Abstract acceptance letters including programming information have been sent to all presenters. Click here or see below for instructions and guidelines for all abstract presentations. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Presenter Guidelines and Instructions
Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the author to present it if accepted. If an abstract must be withdrawn due to an unforeseen circumstance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org immediately. In the subject line, please include “Abstract Withdrawal.” Failure to present at the meeting, if not justified, will jeopardize future acceptance of abstracts for ASN conferences.
- Housing and Registration: Housing, transportation, registration and any additional expenses are your responsibility unless you have been otherwise notified. If you have not already registered or made your hotel room arrangements, please do so immediately! Click here for Nutrition 2018 registration and housing information. The advance registration deadline is April 27.
- Visa Information for International Registrants: If applicable, please start your visa application process as soon as possible to determine the requirements needed for your travel to the US. Requirements may include a face-to-face interview at an embassy or consulate, an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) application, a machine-readable passport, an e-Passport with an integrated chip, and/or other regulations. Requirements vary per country. For more information, please click here.
- Letter of Invitation: Invitation letters will be available for print or download upon completion of your online meeting registration. This invitation is intended to facilitate travel and visa arrangements but does not extend financial support. For assistance, please contact email@example.com.
- Change of Presenting Author: If you are unable to attend Nutrition 2018 to present your research, you may recruit a co-author who is listed on the abstract at the time of submission. You must inform ASN of any such change. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name and email address of the new presenting author along with the abstract title. In the subject line, please include “Change of Presenting Author.”
Information and data included in abstracts accepted for Nutrition 2018 are embargoed until the beginning of the first session in which they are presented. Presenting authors will be notified if the Nutrition 2018 communications staff decides to release an abstract earlier to support additional media promotion.
An embargo means that information and data from any abstract selected for poster or oral presentation may not be announced, publicized or distributed before the embargo date and time. Members of the media, bloggers, investigators and public information officers as well as organizations issuing press releases are required to abide by the embargo policy.
Promotion of general topics, speakers or presentation times is allowed and encouraged as long as specific findings and data to be presented are not included in the announcement. Use the hashtag #nutrition2018 to join the online conversation.
If you have questions about the embargo policy, please contact the communications team at email@example.com.
Abstracts accepted for presentation at Nutrition 2018 will be published online in the ASN journal Current Developments in Nutrition.
If the accepted abstract is also submitted as a manuscript for publication, authors are responsible for coordinating a publication date that abides by Nutrition 2018’s embargo policy. If publication occurs online or in print before the specific embargo date and time, the abstract must be withdrawn. Please notify ASN via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Typically 120 minutes, these sessions feature the presentation of multiple abstracts organized around a common theme. Session chairs will introduce presenters and facilitate audience questions. If your abstract was selected for an oral session, details about the date, time and location of the oral session will be emailed to you. Please arrive for your designated presentation at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the session.
If your abstract is chosen for a special competition, you may have another presentation assignment. Notices of award competitions will be sent by late April.
- Timing: Please allocate 10 minutes for your presentation and 5 minutes for questions and answers. If your presentation exceeds 10 minutes, the session chairs will shorten the Q&A period for your abstract. During your presentation, you should review the background/aim of your study, methods, results and conclusions, as well as any other information of interest (e.g., future research direction).
- Title Slide: All speakers are encouraged to use the Nutrition 2018 title slide for their presentation. Click here to download the title slide for Nutrition 2018.
- Disclosure/Non-Disclosure Slide: After your title slide, all speakers must include a disclosure slide to list study funding sources and relevant personal financial relationships with commercial entities. If you have no funding sources or relationships to disclose, your slide should read “no conflicts to disclose.” The intent of this disclosure is not to prevent a presenter from being involved in the activity, but rather to provide participants with information on which they can make their own judgements. Click here to download the sample disclosure slide for Nutrition 2018.
- Content Slides: Up to 10 content slides is optimal, allowing 1 minute per slide. You may choose to use more than 10 slides, but please be sure to complete your presentation within the allocated 10 minutes. Click here to download the template slides for Nutrition 2018.
- Slide Submission: In early May, you will receive instructions to upload your presentation to the Nutrition 2018 presentation management portal. You may also bring your slides on a portable drive to the Speaker Ready Room (Room 202, Hynes Convention Center) so that slides can be uploaded to the presentation computer. All oral abstract presenters are encouraged to visit the Speaker Ready Room at least 2 hours in advance of their presentation to review and approve their presentation, regardless of whether or not the presentation was uploaded in advance. Once you have viewed your presentation, it will be uploaded to a secure server and sent electronically to the meeting room in which you are presenting. All presentations must be uploaded into the Nutrition 2018 presentation management system.
SPEAKER READY ROOM HOURS
Room 202, Hynes Convention Center
|Friday, June 8||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday, June 9||7:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday, June 10||7:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Monday, June 11||
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
|Tuesday, June 12||7:00 AM – 11:00 AM|
Tips for Content Slides
- Make slides as simple as possible.
- Aim for no more than 7 lines per slide.
- List main points and expand on them verbally.
- Presentations will be projected in 16:9 format; however, screens can accommodate a 4:3 format, as well.
- Use standard fonts, such as Arial, Times or Helvetica.
- A font size of 32 is ideal; a font size of 28 is easy to see; a font size below 20 is difficult to see from the back of a large room.
Session Room Equipment
- Standard equipment for each room includes:
- Standing podium with microphone
- Computer at podium
- Projection screen
- LCD projector
- Moderator microphone
- Audience microphone
- Speaker timer
If you have special audio-visual needs, please email email@example.com. In the subject line, please include “Special AV Request.”
If your abstract was selected for a poster presentation, your poster will be displayed during one of two main poster sessions during Nutrition 2018: one on Sunday, June 10 and one on Monday, June 11. All poster presentations will be in Hall D or the Auditorium of the Hynes Convention Center. Poster board assignments will be emailed to presenters in late April. Please arrive for your designated presentation at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the session.
If your abstract is chosen for a special competition, you may have another presentation assignment. Notices of award competitions will be sent by late April.
Please follow the schedule below for hanging, presenting, and removing your poster. Pushpins will be provided for you to attach your materials to the poster board. ASN is not responsible for posters that remain after the removal time.
Hall D and Auditorium, Hynes Convention Center
|Hang Poster||Poster Displayed||Poster Presentation
(stand by poster)
Sunday, June 10
|7:00 – 8:00 AM||8:00 AM – 6:00 PM||1:00 – 3:00 PM||6:00 PM|
|Monday, June 11||7:00 – 8:00 AM||8:00 AM – 3:00 PM||1:00 – 3:00 PM||
Posters should be readable by viewers three feet away. Use large print and shade or color block letters when possible. A minimum font size of 28 point and a maximum of 600 words are recommended. The message should be clear and understandable without oral explanation.
The poster-board surface area is 3’8″ high and 5’6″ wide. Prepare a 6″ high headline strip that runs the full width of the poster. Include the title, presenting author, co-authors, and affiliations on the strip in letters not less than 1″ high. Remember to leave space on the board for colleagues to leave notes and include an email address for viewers to contact you later. You may attach business cards and/or copies of your abstract to your poster board.
The following guidelines will help improve the effectiveness of your poster communication:
- Initial Sketch: Plan your poster early. Focus your attention on a few key points that follows the main headings in your abstract typically Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.
- Rough Layout: Enlarge your best initial sketch, keeping the dimensions in proportion to the final poster. Ideally, the rough layout should be full size. A blackboard is a convenient place to work. Print the title and headlines. Draw rough graphs and tables.
- Final Layout: The artwork is now complete. The text and tables are typed. Now ask, is the message clear? Do the important points stand out? Is there a balance between words and illustrations? Is there spatial balance? Is the flow from Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusions easy to follow?
- Balance: The figures and tables should cover slightly more than 50% of the poster area. If you have only a few illustrations, make them large. Do not omit the text, but keep it brief. The poster should be understandable without oral explanation.
- Topography: Avoid abbreviations, acronyms, and jargon. Use a consistent font throughout. An 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper enlarged 50% makes the text readable from a distance of three to five feet.
- Eye Movement: The movement of the eye over the poster should be natural, down the columns or along the rows. Size attracts attention. Arrows, pointing hands, numbers, and letters can help clarify the sequence.
- Simplicity: Resist the temptation to overload the poster.
Poster Printing Services
Presenters have the ability to print their posters at local FedEx Office locations by submitting their artwork files 5 business days before their pick up date and picking up their poster orders at the locations listed below. Please contact the FedEx Office location directly to discuss and confirm all poster printing matters.
- FedEx Office at Hynes Convention Center, 900 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02115, (617) 954-2725, firstname.lastname@example.org
- FedEx Office at Copley Square, 187 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA, 02116, (617) 262-6188, email@example.com
Broaden exposure of your poster by making it available online as a fully searchable electronic file. Detailed instructions for uploading your poster file will be emailed to presenters in late April.
Click here to view a video with helpful tips for presenting your research at Nutrition 2018.
Nutrition 2018 will feature a new presentation format, an ePoster Discussion. We aim for the ePoster Discussions to lend a new interactive, enjoyable learning experience. If your abstract was selected for an ePoster Discussion, presentations will take place in the ePoster Theater in Hall D of the Hynes Convention Center; some discussions may also take place in ASN Live! (Hall C) or Science Stage (Auditorium). All three of these locations are part of The Hub, Nutrition 2018 interactive expo hall. ePoster Discussion presenters will also be scheduled for a Poster Presentation in the Sunday or Monday poster session. Please arrive for your designated presentation at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the session.
ePoster Discussion Format
- The ePoster Theater will have seating for approximately 100 attendees in front of an 80-inch LCD monitor, controlled from a nearby laptop. Each poster will be presented electronically using an ePoster.
- Attendees will listen in as session moderators share their perspectives and highlight novel research in 45-minute discussion sessions with presenters. A maximum of six (6) ePosters will be included in each discussion.
- Each presenter will have approximately 5 minutes to discuss their research. Aim to discuss your research with the session moderator in an engaging manner to facilitate an educational experience. Instead of presenting a general overview of the research, try to focus on specific areas of the research you find noteworthy or interesting.
- The session moderator will monitor the timing of the poster presentation and is responsible for ensuring that each poster is adequately discussed and covered during the 45-minute discussion.
- ePoster Discussion presenters are required to upload a poster to the ePoster submission site. Detailed instructions for uploading a poster file will be emailed to presenters in late April. A printed poster will be required for your Poster Presentation.
Award Competitions and Travel Funding Opportunities for Students and Young Investigators
Based on academic level, presenting authors may apply for award competitions and travel funding opportunities during abstract submission. Notifications will be sent to selected individuals in April 2018.
Click here for more information about abstract-based award competitions and travel funding opportunities for students and young investigators. These include:
- Clinical Emerging Leader Award Oral Competition
- Emerging Leaders in Nutrition Science Poster Competition
- Global Nutrition Early Career Scholar Award
- Graduate Student Research Award Competition
- Mentored Poster/Platform Presenter (formerly called MARC) Travel Awards
- Postdoctoral Research Award Competition
- Student Interest Group (SIG) Travel Award
- Young Minority Investigator Oral Competition