The Acute Liver Failure Study Group, sponsor of the Acute Liver Failure: Science and Practice Symposium (May 16-17, 2022) invites all students, residents, trainees and junior faculty (first five years) to submit an abstract for poster presentation at the Symposium at UT Southwestern in Dallas. The posters will not be accredited for CME, but add an important component to the activity overall and future of research in ALF.

One recipient will also be tapped for an oral presentation during the meeting. The lead author of the top eight abstracts selected will be awarded $750 to cover travel, hotel and conference expenses for this two-day meeting. 

Abstract Deadline: March 31, 2022 



  • Abstract word limit: 300 words 
  • All caps for the title 
  • Indicate conflicts of interest, if any, on a separate sheet of paper 
  • One table or illustration is permitted and will not be counted against the word count.  
  • Cases may be presented if they are instructive and useful for participants to know about.  


  • Should be on a topic related to acute liver failure: diagnosis, etiologies, treatment, outcomes 
  • Abstracts should report work not presented previously or published elsewhere 
  • All authors should be listed and their affiliations, each with a valid email address 

Selection Criteria:  

  • Abstracts will be graded on clarity of presentation, quality of research methods and general interest to an audience of investigators and clinicians 

Accepted Abstracts:  

  • The first author (trainee/attendee) will be notified by April 1, 2022, of acceptance for presentation and scholarship award to attend the meeting.  


  • Upon acceptance of the abstract, all authors will be emailed a link to complete the Conflict of Interest disclosure form. 

Registration for the Symposium:  

Abstract submitters should register for the symposium once they receive acceptance to participate. Instructions will be provided to register for the symposium. 

You must click "I agree to these terms and conditions" below to submit the abstract.