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Abstract Submission

Please send a PDF file of your abstract to and include the following information:

  • Name,
  • University/Hospital,
  • Level of education: UG student, Graduate student, Postdoc, Staff, or Faculty


Download the ASB 2024 Abstract Template below, complete it, and save as a pdf

Do not adjust the margins or font on the template

All abstract submission must use the template and stay within the one (1) page maximum


Prepare to Answer

  • Title of the submission (max 255 characters). Please use sentence case only for the title (capitalize the first letter of the title and lower case for all other letters unless required) and do not include a period (.) at the end of the title
  • A short abstract summary to introduce and highlight the submission. This may be used to promote the submission in the meeting program, website or meeting app (max 1000 characters)
  • Desired presentation format: Oral or Poster (If you submit a proposal for an oral and are unsuccessful, your submission will be automatically considered for a poster)
  • Your name, affiliation/institution and email address as the submitter and contact of the submission
  • The names, affiliations and email addresses for all corresponding authors in the order they are to appear in the program
  • Name of presenting author
  • Membership information, including member level and membership number
  • Position/Level of study (Undergraduate, Masters, PhD, PostDoc, Professor, Industry, Science Policy, Other)
  • Indicate interest in being considered for a student abstract award
  • If the abstract is supported by an ASB Grant-in-Aid (GIA)
  • Submission theme(s) that best matches your research (choose up to 3 at the most)
  • Submit the abstract via ASB’s online abstract management system. As part of the submission process, you will be required to upload your .pdf based on the required abstract template

Note – The American Society of Biomechanics expects that all submissions represent original work that have not been previously presented elsewhere.  While the ASB encourages authors to further develop their works into full length journal publications, the ASB expects that authors of ASB abstracts not send those same abstracts to other national or international conferences.  Should there be new data or part of an ongoing study, we welcome the submission.