ASE Scientific Sessions 2021 Call for Session Proposals

ASE is seeking session proposals for our 32nd Annual Scientific Sessions to be held June 18-21, 2021, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Sessions should:

  • Focus on Innovation in the field of Cardiovascular Ultrasound and its Applications
  • Meet perceived learning gaps/needs for the cardiovascular community
  • Achieve gender, institutional, ethnic, and international faculty diversity
  • Provide a balance of physicians, sonographers, cardiac care team members, and emerging/early-career faculty (as applicable)
  • Promote educational engagement by including a variety of presentation and learning formats

Submission Process

  • Submission is only possible via this electronic form.
  • Please identify your institution / organization, if applicable.
  • Assign at least one chairperson from your organization.
  • Propose 4-6 presentations each with a presentation title, speaker and an alternate speaker name.
  • Please ensure age, race, ethnicity, gender, geographical and organizational representation and balance in the faculty proposed.

Deadline for all submissions:  April 30, 2020

Notification of selected sessions: August 30, 2020

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of sessions submitted, ASE will be limited on the number of sessions selected.  ASE will send formal invitations to all faculty associated with selected sessions no later than December 31, 2020.

The ASE Scientific Sessions are created and supported by volunteers and are organized for the education of the cardiovascular ultrasound community. Funding and travel expenses for presenters is not covered by ASE.

Personal Data Privacy
The information collected in ASE 2021 Call for Session Proposals is subject to data processing for the composition of the ASE 2021 Scientific Sessions Program.
The recipients of the data are ASE Staff who process the forms as well as members of the ASE 2021 Scientific Sessions Program Committee.
Data collected will be kept for one year or until the following year’s meeting.