Submit Programming

Proposal Submission Closed April 8

Rapid Fire Submission Deadline: June 14 at 5 pm ET

The scientists volunteering on the Scientific Programming Committee, Rapid Fire Committee, and Career Development Committee invite you to propose a session for the 2024 PharmSci 360, which takes place in person, October 20-23, 2024, in Salt Lake City, UT.

Submit a proposal for one or more of the following session types:

  • 30-minute Scientific Symposium Presentation: A 30-minute presentation for inclusion in a two-hour themed session ; symposia consist of four 30-minute presentations. Submitters propose one 30-minute presentation at a time and may submit as many 30-minute presentations as they like.  The Scientific Programming Committee will select and assemble submissions for the program. All speakers are subject to approval by the PharmSci 360 Scientific Programming Committee.
  • Career Development Session: A one-hour session that focuses on helping scientists navigate the business of science. Creative delivery formats, including skill-building activities and hands-on experiences, are encouraged.
  • Hot Topics: A one-hour session focused on the latest science and innovation in a field, discussing pain points and challenges. Hot Topic sessions may be delivered as a symposium, discussion panel, roundtable, debate, case study, or other format that explores the topic in depth.
  • Rapid Fire: A 10-minute scientific presentation followed by three minutes of Q&A. ATTENTION: The deadline for submitting a Rapid Fire proposal is 5pm ET, June 14.

With the exception of Hot Topics, all program proposals must align with one of the meeting's tracks and track-level themes.   

FAQs about Submitting Programming for AAPS’ 2024 PharmSci 360

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Visa Information

The U.S. International Visitors Office (IVO) recommends travelers apply for a visa at least three months before the meeting because some consulates may have backlogs in scheduling visa interviews. Applicants should first contact the consulate to find out how long the wait is for an interview. 

Should a registrant’s visa request be denied, AAPS will provide a full refund. Registrants should email [email protected] and provide documentation of the denial in order for the refund to be processed. 

Further information on business visas can be found at the DOS Business Visa Center Website and at the IVO website. 

Please note that AAPS is not affiliated with and has no relationship with the U.S. International Visitors Office. The information above regarding visa delays is the suggested process by IVO.