The Radiation Oncology Summit: ACRO 2020
February 27-29, 2020
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts may be submitted from August 12, 2019 through October 15, 2019

The online abstract submission system for The Radiation Oncology Summit – ACRO 2020, is now open.  Click this link to log in to the system (if returning) or set up your initial profile.

Prior to logging in to the abstract submission system,  please be sure to  read the abstract submissions guidelines.

Click here to view abstract submission guidelines and instructions (updated 8-12-19) .

The Abstract Review Committee conducted a webinar on 9-26-19  featuring their tips for crafting a successful abstract. Click here to watch the presentation.

How your work will be presented

Selected abstracts will be presented as posters or oral presentations to an audience of established professionals in the field of radiation oncology. This is a great opportunity for medical students, residents, and attending physicians to present research in an intimate and focused setting.

There will be two 1-hour oral presentation sessions at the meeting – one on Thursday, February 27th and one on Saturday the 29th.  Those who are selected to present will be contacted with details.

All abstracts accepted for the meeting including those selected to be presented orally should also present their abstract as a poster.  The posters will be displayed from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 29th.  to view poster guidelines, click here.

Publication

All accepted and presented abstracts will be published in ACRO’s official journal.

Scientific Program

The Radiation Oncology Summit: ACRO 2020 is the meeting for your specialty, where you can learn the latest research in the field while networking with its brightest minds. The program includes the Dr. Luther Brady Lecture, a Resident Symposium and Workshop, and a session on the business and advocacy for radiation oncology. There’s something for everyone in a relaxed and friendly environment, a welcome departure from most radiation oncology meetings!