I would like to bring to your attention three award categories for ASPO Presentations.
Any current fellow in a pediatric otolaryngology fellowship program (both ACGME and non-ACGME programs) is eligible for this award if they are the first author on the abstract. Any fellow with an accepted abstract (oral or poster) is eligible to apply.
In order to qualify for the award a full manuscript must be submitted via the abstract submission system by March 28, 2016 at 11:59 PDT.
Any fellow manuscript that does not win this award will be considered for the Potsic and Fergusion Awards.
The recipient of the Fellow Award will be given a longer oral presentation and a monetary award.
Potsic and Ferguson Awards:
The William Potsic awards are given to the top three basic science papers and the Charles Ferguson awards are given to the top three clinical papers. The primary author must be a learner or trainee (i.e. resident, fellow, medical student or graduate student), and the author’s current position must be listed on the title page of the manuscript. If the manuscript was previously submitted for the Fellow Award, it will automatically be considered for the Potsic and Ferguson awards.
In order to qualify for the awards a full manuscript must be submitted via the abstract submission system by March 28, 2016 at 11:59 PDT.
Award judging is based solely on scientific merit by the Program Committee. In the event of a conflict of interest, individuals on the committee will recuse themselves from voting.
Award recipients will receive a monetary award and certificate, and will be formally acknowledged at the ASPO Awards Ceremony on Saturday, May 21 from 5:00 – 5:30 pm.
On behalf of the ASPO Program Committee,
Stacey Ishman, MD, MPH
Program Committee Chair