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The Aerospace Medical Association’s 94th  Annual Scientific Meeting 

will be held at the Hyatt Regency, Chicago, IL, USA,

May 5 - 9, 2024

This year’s theme is “Honoring the Past ... Preparing for the Future           

Since announcement of the Artemis program, efforts are underway to return humans to the Moon after more than 50 years. Throughout the Apollo, Skylab, ISS, and now Commercial Crew program, substantial advances in technology have arisen, and a greater understanding of human physiology and performance have progressed through longer duration spaceflight. Lunar missions will entail combined governmental, commercial, and International Partner collaboration. Extravehicular activity, environmental, and habitation challenges will be substantial. General, civil, and military aviation have also seen significant advances over past decades. Human factors, safety, mental health, and environmental aspects merit continued vigilance. Expansion of unpiloted aerial vehicles and eventual transorbital flight provide unique challenges. Advanced telescopes are re-writing the Astronomy textbooks with the search for planetary locales potentially harboring the building blocks of life. Developing the next generation of scientists, engineers, researchers, and clinicians for the exciting years ahead requires our collective energies.
    The Annual Scientific Meeting is the premier international forum to learn and discuss evolving trends and multidisciplinary best practices in research, clinical applications, human performance, and flight safety. The 93rd Annual Scientific Meeting welcomes abstracts in the many areas related to Aerospace Medicine. 

Please Note: Abstracts are limited to 350 words (2500 characters and spaces) NOT including title and authors.

Templates for abstracts are as follows:

PowerPoint Presentations are 15 minutes: 10 minutes of presentation and 5 minutes of Q&A.

Only one Slide or Poster can be Presented by an author. This does not include Panel presentations.

PowerPoint presentation guidelines

Please Note: The ACCME now prohibits the inclusion of ACCME-defined ineligible company logos in educational materials and disclosure of commercial support.

DIGITAL POSTERS!  Please refer to the AsMA 2024 Poster Guidelines when creating your posters.

Mentorship is available for students, residents, and first time presenters--check the box on the Author Information page.

Three (3) CME enduring materials questions will be required for each Slide and Panel abstract.

Please refer to the AsMA 2024 Call for Papers for more information.

For questions or constructive suggestions, please contact Rachel Trigg at rtrigg@asma.org, or the 2024 Scientific Program Chair, Eilis Boudreau, at sciprog@asma.org.