Schedule for Abstract Submission
Abstracts must be submitted online and will not be accepted in any other manner. The text of the abstract is limited to 250 words and the title to 250 characters. The system will automatically impose these restrictions when you enter your abstract.
If you accessed the submission site for the 2018 ICAR, you can login with the same User ID and Password used previously.
The abstract submission process has changed since past years. Oral presentations will be selected only from the initial submission period, which ends on January 31st. The site will then reopen and remain open through March 22nd, but acceptance during this period will only be for poster presentations.
PLEASE NOTE: If you need to apply for a visa and need early notification, you must submit an abstract by January 11th in order to receive early notification on January 25th. Abstracts submitted after January 11th will be sent notifications on March 4th. If you would like to give an oral presentation, submit for travel assistance or compete in the PechaKucha competition, you must submit an abstract by the January 31st deadline.
During the submission process you will be able to indicate your interest in participating in:
Poster Awards Competition Submission Details
A regular feature of ICAR is the judging of posters by a designated committee and the award of cash prizes. For your poster to be entered in the competition, you must register your interest during the abstract submission process, following the instructions below:
Anyone who is selected to give an oral presentation, but would like to compete for a Poster Award, should notify ICAR staff and prepare a poster to present at the meeting. Slides should also be prepared in case the poster is selected for the Shotgun Poster Presentations.
The International Society for Antiviral Research (ISAR) is an internationally recognized organization for scientists involved in basic, applied, and clinical aspects of antiviral research. The Society main event is the annual International Conference on Antiviral Research (ICAR), a truly interdisciplinary meeting which attracts the interest of chemists, biologists, and clinicians.