Share your research with the chest medicine community at CHEST 2023

The CHEST 2023 Call for Abstracts and Case Reports is now open. Accepted submissions will be presented in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, October 8 to 11.* 

Draw attention to your research with access to the chest medicine community. By sharing your new unpublished science with colleagues and expert faculty, you’ll be able to receive feedback on your research methods and findings.

Corbett Walsh, MD
Corbett Walsh, MD

“It’s an opportunity to share your work, as well as potentially collaborate with people who work in similar topics but at other institutions that you wouldn’t ever really have an opportunity to go meet or interact with,” said CHEST 2022 poster presenter, Corbett Walsh, MD.

This is your chance to collaborate with other professionals in the field that resonates most with you.

Nearly 2,000 abstracts and case reports were presented at CHEST 2022, with clinicians from 85 countries represented. Be a part of the next group of presenters at CHEST 2023.

Plus, accepted submissions will be published in the prestigious journal CHEST®, getting your work distributed to a vast audience of changemakers in chest medicine.

The deadline to submit is Friday, March 31, at 2 PM CT.

*International attendees may require a travel visa to attend CHEST 2023. Find out if you need a travel visa, and start planning your trip now to ensure easy travel to Hawaiʻi.


Make an Impact as a Grader or Moderator

Increase your involvement at CHEST 2023 by volunteering as an abstract and case report grader or moderator. Graders will be expected to review up to 60 abstracts or case reports and assign grades for each. Moderators will review assigned submissions prior to the meeting; facilitate discussion, questions, and answers within your assigned session(s) in Hawaiʻi; and vote for award winners where applicable.

Apply to be a grader by Friday, March 31.

Apply to be a moderator by Thursday, June 15.

Honor lectures and awards

Do you have a colleague or mentor who should be recognized for their work in chest medicine?
Consider nominating them for a CHEST 2023 Honor Lecture or Annual Award. Nominations are
due Tuesday, January 31.