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The Australasian Rare Lung Disease Conference will be held in Sydney on the 26th & 27th July 2024.

The Australasian Rare Lung Disease Short Course (ARLDSC) is back for its 6th biennial conference held in collaboration with Lung Foundation Australia and Centre of Research Excellence for Pulmonary Fibrosis (CRE-PF). This conference will deliver a comprehensive two-day program led by convenor Nicole Goh.  Join us for two engaging days, from the 26th to the 27th of July 2024, as we delve into the latest advancements, clinical insights, and cutting-edge research on rare lung diseases.

AGENDA

Day 1: Friday, 26th July 2024

Day 1 is a full day dedicated to clinical components with best of abstracts in the afternoon. Some topic highlights include:

– Pulmonary Fibrosis Management

– Pulmonary Hypertension

– Biomarkers in PF progression

Day 2: Saturday, 27th July 2024 

Day 2 continues with clinical sessions in the morning followed by radiology in the afternoon in the main stream. Parallel to these will be a consumer stream in the morning and a scientific stream in the afternoon.

 

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The ARLDSC 2024 Committee invites prospective authors to submit titles and abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Submissions can be made via the Abstract Submission Portal.  

You must submit your abstract using the ARLDSC Abstract template. Click here for more information about submitting your abstract. 

Key Dates

Abstract Submissions Open – Open Now 

Abstract Submission Deadline – 19 April 2024

Authors Notified Results – 24 May 2024 

Presenting Author Registration Deadline – 27 May 2024 

 

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Registrations will open shortly for this event. To stay up to date with updates such as early bird offers please click here.

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