Call for Abstracts
Please note, the Abstract Submission Site is Closed.
October 28, 2019: Online submissions open
December 16, 2019: Deadline for abstract submissions at 11:59 PM CST
Late February 2020: Acceptance notifications for abstracts are sent via email
February 20, 2020: Deadline to withdraw an abstract (no refunds will be provided)
March 6, 2020: Deadline for authors of accepted oral presentations to submit conflict of interest disclosures
Host a 10-minute presentation followed by 5 minutes for questions, during an assigned time slot available beginning at 1:00 PM on Sunday, June 14 through Wednesday, June 17.
Display a poster for one day on Sunday, June 14 through Tuesday, June 16. The presenting author must be present during an assigned time slot to answer questions.
SLEEP 2020 Hot Topics
The Program Committee encourages abstracts on all relevant topics, but in an effort to include sessions on certain topics, the Program Committee is requesting abstracts on the following topics. Submission of an abstract on these topics does not guarantee acceptance.
- Artificial intelligence, big data and population health
- Basic, translational and clinical science of REM Behavior Disorder
- Diversity, equity and inclusion: Patients, providers and population
- Glia and sleep
- Hospital-based sleep medicine
- Innovations in management of hypersomnia
- Sleep and circadian cell biology
- Sleep and school performance
- Sleep, diet, lifestyle and health
Authors are required to select whether their abstract relates to Basic and Translational Sleep and Circadian Science or Clinical Sleep Science and Practice when submitting their abstracts. The APSS Program Committee reserves the right to move abstracts between categories as it sees fit.
Basic and Translational Sleep and Circadian Science
This category includes basic research on the fundamental aspects of sleep and circadian science from animal models to humans as well as translational research on fundamental mechanisms to understand disease and discover treatments.
e.g. Phase 1 trials, studies on healthy populations, etc.
Clinical Sleep Science and Practice
This category includes a focus on clinical practice, policy, populations, or research with an immediate or direct clinical application.
e.g. Phase 2-3 trials, studies on clinical populations, etc.
Additional Submission Information
Policies, Disclosures, and More
Questions regarding SLEEP 2020 submissions should be directed to:
Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC
Attn: Meeting Department
Phone: (630) 737-9700
Fax: (630) 737-9790
Email: [email protected]