CRT 2018 Late-breaking trials submission guidelines are coming soon. Check back for updates!
CRT would like to thank all of its faculty, fellows, industry partners and attendees for making the 20th anniversary of Cardiovascular Research Technologies such a huge success!
We look forward to seeing you at CRT 2018, Saturday, March 3 – Tuesday, March 6 at the Omni Shoreham in Washington, DC.
Put your Late-Breaking Trials in the spotlight by submitting them for consideration and presentation at CRT 2017. All Late-Breaking Trial submissions must be received by Thursday, December 15, 2016. Once accepted, they will be presented in various sessions during CRT 2017.
Late-Breaking Trials are innovative, and they provide the latest breakthroughs in clinical science. The studies selected are expected to highlight new improvements in quality of patient care and significantly impact the field of interventional cardiology.
In addition to exposure among colleagues, selected Late-Breaking Trial presenters will be CRT 2017 Adjunct Faculty. As Adjunct Faculty, your CRT 2017 registration fee will be waived*.
CRT 2017 submitted Late-Breaking Trials are expected to contain, at minimum, the study design. Information on the characteristics of the patients enrolled is desirable as well. If available, the major trial results should be summarized, and they will be maintained in a confidential fashion.
Presentations: A trial that is accepted for presentation at CRT 2017 can have ONLY a single individual to present the trial. Multiple presenters will not be permitted.
Deadline: Late-Breaking Trials must be submitted electronically by Sunday, January 15, 2017. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by Monday, January 30, 2017.
Inquiries: If you have any questions, please email CRTmeeting@gmail.com.
*If you submit in this category but do not receive approval, CRT will offer you a discounted registration rate of $400. Directions will be provided at time of review notification.