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e-Abstract Station
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All accepted abstracts will be scheduled as an oral or poster presentation at the conference by TCTAP Abstract Reviewing Committee and will be displayed as "e-Abstract" in an electronic format on our meeting website during the conference dates.

Oral Presentation
- Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Session
Abstracts of Late breaking research including novel, timely and important work in the field of cardiology will be selected to present at the Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Session in the Main Arena and given cash rewards of USD 500.

- Moderated Oral Abstract Competition Session
Abstracts selected for oral presentation will be assigned to the Moderated Oral Abstract Competition Sessions during the meeting. Each session will include 5-7 presenters and each abstract presenter will be allowed for a 10-minute presentation with 2-minute discussion. The winners of each session will be given cash rewards of USD 500.
Poster Presentation
Abstracts selected for poster presentation will be displayed in the Poster Zone during the meeting. Authors are required to remain at their posters for questions and discussion from audiences during the assigned session. The best poster abstract will be chosen by TCTAP Abstract Reviewing Committee and onsite voting by audiences.
All accepted abstracts will be posted in an electronic format on the TCTAP website and displayed on the screens in the e-Abstract Station at the conference venue during the meeting. Viewers will be able to browse e-Abstracts and leave any questions or comments to authors easily via the website.
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC)
Accepted abstracts will be published in a supplement issue of "The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC)".
Cash Rewards for Best Abstract Presenter
The winners for The Moderated Oral Abstract Competition session will receive a cash reward.
TCTAP Best Young Scientist Award
An opportunity to be a qualified applicant for TCTAP Best Young Scientist Award.
Free Registration
Full registration fee will be waived for abstract presenters.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at abstract@summitmd.com.
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