Contact & FAQ

For conference and exhibit related questions or comments/suggestions about the site, please contact the conference organizers as follows:

  Centennial Conferences
908 Main Street, Suite 350
Louisville, CO 80027 USA
Phone: +1 303-499-2299
Fax: +1 303-499-2599
Email: asc@centennialconferences.com
    
      
ASC 2020 Postponement FAQ

What happens to my registration for the June meeting?
If you have already registered, your registration will be cancelled and any fees will be refunded unless you contact us before Friday, April 10, 2020.

What happens to my hotel reservation?
Please visit the accommodation page for information.

Will there be any changes to the Program?
Currently no major changes to the program are planned, however, the day and time of the sessions have changed to fit the facility availability.
We will survey presenters later in the year to check on their plans on attending and presenting.

Can I update or correct my abstract?
Abstracts may be corrected or updated at the discretion of the Program Committee provided that they are submitted to Centennial Conferences by November 20, 2020. The changes made to the abstract must be made clear, i.e. submit a marked up version of your originally submitted abstract. Please be sure to provide your abstract control ID and title.

If you need to withdraw your abstract, please send your request to Centennial Conferences and be sure to include your abstract control ID and title.

Will there be an opportunity to submit new abstracts?
Abstract submission is closed. Late submissions may be accepted for the extreme circumstance of presenting last minute, ground-breaking research. In such cases, please email your abstract to Centennial Conferences and be sure to include the appropriate submission category. Abstracts will be sent to the Program Committee for possible consideration at the committee’s discretion. If the Program Committee decides to issue an updated call for abstracts, more information will be broadly distributed at that time.

Is January a great time to visit Florida?
It certainly is!

Should I bring my family for the holidays?
Of course, Orlando is a short drive, Busch Gardens is close to Tampa and there are many beautiful beaches and other natural attractions in the region.


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