OOS 2024 Annual Meeting - Call for Poster Abstracts

Ohio Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting

Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024

Submission deadline: midnight Jan. 18, 2024
Notification of acceptance: Jan. 25, 2024
The Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS) invites Medical Students, Residents and Fellows to submit an abstract for poster presentation at the 2024 annual meeting. This is an excellent opportunity to become involved in the OOS annual meeting and to enhance your reputation both within and outside your institution – and to network with physicians about potential practice opportunities. More than 100 ophthalmologists will attend this meeting. This event will provide you with the opportunity to learn about new treatment options and research to advance towards excellence in ophthalmology clinical practice.


Hilton Columbus at Easton, 3900 Chagrin Dr, Columbus OH 43219

Submission and Review Process

Abstracts should relate to clinical or research oriented work in the field of ophthalmology. Each de-identified abstract is reviewed for quality and content. If the abstract is accepted, the author must commit to attending the OOS Annual Meeting to present their poster.


• Limit of two applications per individual.
• Poster board size will be 6' wide by 4' tall. Your poster may be of any size smaller than these dimensions. Presenters are responsible for creating and bringing their own poster. Pins are provided.
• You may submit abstracts/posters of completed work, work in progress or work presented at a local or regional level.
• The primary author is responsible for obtaining written consent from all authors and appropriate institutions prior to submitting an abstract/poster.
• Abstracts/posters must be free of commercial influence; they may not include commercial logos and not imply an endorsement of any commercial product or service.
• Authors are asked to attend the full meeting (8:00am - 4:00pm).


Designate one of the following categories for each abstract submitted. You may submit multiple abstracts:
1. Research
2. Case Study


The title should be brief and clearly state the content of the paper.


List the presenting author's name in the About You section. Co-authors can be noted in the abstract narrative below. Give the name and location of the institution where the work was done. If the work was not done at an institution, list only the city and the state.


The size limit for the body of the abstract is 350 words. Standard abbreviations may be used. Do not include references or tables/graphs in the body of the abstract. Organize the abstract as follows:
• Purpose
• Method(s)
• Results/Discussion
• Conclusions


• Up to eight abstracts may be accepted. Each one receives complimentary registration.
• • A $100 gift card award will be given to the 1st place poster and $50 to the second place poster based on a blind review.


Please contact Mary Whitacre at mwhitacre@osma.org

ABOUT YOU (presenting author) All fields required.
First Name
Middle Name
Last Name
Credentials (i.e., MD, DO, BS, MPH, etc.)
Home Mailing Address
State Zip
Institution/Organization/Training Program
Training Level
Training Year (i.e., PGY2, MS2)
Phone number

Poster Title
Choose one category:
ABSTRACT NARRATIVE (do not include co-authors, graphics, tables, etc.) (Please enter or copy/paste narrative here – 350-word limit):
   - denotes required fields