Sexual Medicine Society of North America, Inc.

Abstract Submission

All abstracts presented at the meeting will be published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

The Meeting Committee welcomes submissions of late breaking abstracts, the deadline for late breaking abstracts is September 1, 2019

Late-breaking abstract submissions are intended to allow for the timely presentation of high impact trials to the 20th Annual Fall Scientific Meeting of SMSNA. It is expected that these abstract submissions are from studies for which no preliminary data was available at the time of the abstract submission deadline (July 14, 2019).

This is not a mechanism to update previously submitted preliminary data or to provide an opportunity for previously rejected abstracts to be revised and resubmitted for consideration. Previously rejected abstracts will not be accepted.

We accept abstracts in the following categories:

  • Androgens / Steroids
  • Basic Science
  • Cancer Survivorship
  • Female Sexual Function / Dysfunction
  • Mental Health / Therapy
  • Urinary / BPH / Incontinence
  • Ejaculation / Orgasm
  • Peyronie's Disease
  • Priapism / Trauma / Reconstruction
  • Epidemiology
  • Erectile Dysfunction: Medical
  • Erectile Dysfunction: Surgical
  • Transgender Medicine / Surgery
  • Miscellaneous

Submit Your Abstract

In order to have your abstract published please do not forget to register in time for the meeting.

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Prizes for abstract presentations

Abstract Prizes

10 prizes - $1,000 each
5 clinical and 5 basic science


Residents Arena

3 prizes - $1,000 each
Resident abstracts are eligible for the Residents Arena on Saturday evening, which is a special session of the SMSNA meeting in which each selected resident will give a threeminute presentation to a panel of young clinician judges.


The “MAP Education & Research Foundation Sexual Tipping Point Award in Mental Health”

In the amount of $1,000, for best accepted abstract/presentation/poster that demonstrates integration of both biomedical and psycho-social elements given by the MAP Education & Research Foundation *( a 501(c)(3) public charity.

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