Friday, September 17, 2021, 5:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
Abstract Submission Supporting Document:
2022 NASBS Manual for Abstract Submission Site»
NASBS will be accepting online submissions for either oral or poster presentation. Topics include:
- Adjuncts To Skull Base Reconstruction
- Anatomy Of The Skull Base
- Biology Of Skull Base Neoplasms
- Cavernous Sinus Tumors
- Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks
- Chemotherapy And Immunotherapy
- Chiari Surgery
- Clival Tumors/Chordoma/Chondroid Tumors
- Complications Of Skull Base Surgery
- Cost Utility Of Skull Base Treatments
- Cranial Nerve Functional Outcomes Following Skull Base Surgery
- Craniofacial Surgery
- Development Of Novel Technology
- Diseases Of The Craniocervical Junction
- DTI And Cranial Nerves Identification
- Endoscopic Assisted And Keyhold Approaches
- Endoscopic Transnasal Skull Base Surgery
- Head And Neck Tumors
- Imaging Of The Skull Base
- Inflammatory And Infectious Skull Base Conditions
- Innovative Techniques, Technology, And Approaches To The Skull Base
- Intraoperative Imaging And Image Guidance
- Intraoperative Neuromonitoring
- Lateral Skull Base Surgery
- Medical Management Of Skull Base Neoplasms
- Microvascular Decompression
- Minimal Requirements Of A Skull Base Team And/Or Program
- Modern Evaluation Of Vision And Ocular Function
- Molecular Drivers Of Skull Base Neoplasms
- Novel Techniques and Treatment
- Oncologic Outcomes
- Orbital Tumors
- Other Cranial Nerves Schwannomas
- Pediatric Skull Base Surgery
- Pineal Tumors
- Pituitary Tumors
- Quality Of Life Following Skull Base Surgery
- Radiotherapy (IMRT, Proton, Chemoradiotherapy) and Its Complications
- Sinonasal Neoplasms
- Skull Base Reconstruction
- Skull Base Surgery
- Stereotactic Radiosurgery
- Surgical Simulation
- Temporal Bone Tumors
- Training And Education
- Training The Future Skull Base Surgeon
- Transorbital Skull Base Surgery
- Vascular Malformations/Tumors
- Vestibular Schwannomas
There is a 500-word limit and four (4)-image limit for abstracts. No reference to the authors or the institution should appear within the body of the abstract or in the abstract title. Images must be no larger than 1MB in file size, and no larger than 900 pixels wide by 900 pixels high. Tables may be included in the abstract submission but will go against the abstract’s 500-word limit.
Important Notice: The following Abstract Submission Policies will be firmly enforced:
- No Previously Published Submission: The abstract submitted must present original work that has not and will not be published or presented prior to the 2022 NASBS 31st Annual Meeting.
- No Dual Submissions: The abstract must not have been submitted to any other upcoming meetings.
- No Previously Presented Data: All abstracts must be new and original content OR include at least 50% new data if previously presented at a meeting.
NASBS Policy on Owner/Employee of Ineligible Companies
The ACCME states “the owners and employees of ineligible companies are considered to have unresolvable financial relationships and must be excluded from participating as planners or faculty, and must not be allowed to influence or control any aspect of the planning, delivery, or evaluation of accredited continuing education, except in the limited circumstances outlined in Standard 3.2.” Therefore, NASBS declares that no employees/owners of an ineligible company may present in NASBS CME accredited sessions. This policy is applicable to abstract authors and presenters.
Click here to view the ACCME’s definition of ineligible company, owner and employee.
Please contact [email protected] with any questions regarding NASBS Policy on Owner/Employee of Ineligible Companies.
President Dr. John G Golfinos, on behalf of the NASBS, will be awarding four $500 Awards for the following categories:
- Best Clinical Abstract
- Best Basic Science Abstract
- Best International Abstract (Institution from outside North America)
- The Rhoton Award: This award recognizes the best abstract addressing skull base anatomy via cadaveric dissection, morphometric analysis, radiographic modalities, or computer simulation. This award is being given in special recognition of Dr. Al Rhoton and his remarkable impact on the Anatomy of the Skull Base.
All authors who intend to apply for one of the awards must declare so during the abstract submission process. If you are selected as an award winner, you MUST submit a manuscript to the Skull Base Journal by February 8, 2022. Notification of winners will be sent in late October 2021 with abstract acceptance notifications.
Best Poster Award
President Dr. John G. Golfinos, on behalf of the NASBS, will be awarding one $250 Award for the Best Poster Award. The Best Poster Award will be selected on site at the Annual Meeting.
We encourage everyone to submit an abstract, whether or not you are a member of the NASBS.