the American Gastroenterological Association
Thank you for your interest in the Crohn’s & Colitis Congress. The deadline to submit an abstract for the 2024 meeting has passed.
The submission site remains open for authors to submit their financial disclosures, which are due by 3 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023.
Please review the following abstract submission guidelines prior to submitting an abstract.
6, 2023 at 9 a.m. EDT
|Abstract submission site opens.
18, 2023 at
9 p.m. EDT
|Deadline for abstract submission. No abstract edits or changes to author information will be accepted after this time.
25, 2023 at 3 p.m. EDT
|Co-author financial disclosure deadline.
|Abstract notifications sent via email to presenting authors.
When submitting an abstract, authors must select one of the following categories that aligns with their science:
Authors can choose ONE topic only for each individual abstract submitted. If an abstract fits into more than one of the submission categories, the submitter should choose the most appropriate one, as abstracts may be submitted only one time to a single category.
Submitted abstracts may be edited any time prior to the submission deadline. To edit an abstract, return it to draft status and then make and save all edits. Edited abstracts must then be resubmitted by the October 18 submission deadline. Abstracts in draft status at the deadline will not be considered for presentation at the meeting.
All data presented at Crohn’s & Colitis Congress is embargoed until 8:30 a.m. PST on the first day of the Congress, Thursday, January 25, 2024.
Abstracts may be made available online to attendees in advance of the Congress for itinerary planning purposes. The embargo policy applies to all abstract data regardless of the date of publication in Congress resources.
The Congress will withdraw abstracts upon written notification from the submitting author by the deadline stated in the notification email. After this date, the Congress cannot guarantee that a withdrawn abstract will be excluded from publication. If circumstances prevent attendance, the presenting author must arrange for the presentation to be given by a co-author. Acceptance of the abstract obligates an author to present the abstract.