2022 Conference Update 



Because Covid continues to be a global problem and the situation remains fluid, the call for papers for NASSH 2022 will be delayed compared to past timelines. We expect to release a call for papers in mid-to-late November with a mid-January deadline. We hope to notify those who submit abstracts by early to mid-February of the status of their submission. As of today, we anticipate that NASSH will be a hybrid conference with live in-person sessions in Chicago May 27-30, 2022. We also anticipate offering remote sessions via the Hopin platform used at NASSH 2021 to accommodate those unable or reluctant to travel to Chicago for any reason. More details will be forthcoming including an update to this website. This is a new conference format for NASSH, and the Program Committee appreciates your patience. 

Sarah Fields, NASSH2022 Conference Program Chair


Registration Rates

NASSH Regular Member: $75 (until March 30); $100 (April 1-May 28, 2020)

NASSH Student Member: $0 (Registration is provided by the Roberta Park Fund)

First-Time Attendee Rate: $50 (until March 30); $75 (April 1-May 28, 2020)

Important Information

If you have submitted a paper for NASSH2020, please use the same account to register for the NASSH2021 conference .

You may submit a maximum of two submissions for consideration for NASSH2021, including your accepted 2020 submission.

If you submitted to the 2020 conference, your 2020 submission is already available in Conftool and you do not need to do anything further. If you need to update your 2020 submission, please email conftool@nassh.org with your name, submission title, and the revised information. The submission will be updated on your behalf.

If you had two (2) presentations accepted for NASSH2020 and wish to submit a new presentation for NASSH2021, you will be required to withdraw one of your accepted NASSH2020 presentations prior to submitting your 2021 submission. To withdraw the submission, please email conftool@nassh.org with your name and submission title. The submission will be withdrawn on your behalf which will allow you to then submit a 2021 presentation.

Note that all 2020 presentations will be required to be presented as a pre-recorded seven (7) minute long presentation no matter the format accepted 

If you submitted to the 2020 conference and DO NOT wish to present your 2020 submission at the 2021 conference, you will need to withdraw your submission no later than December 31. To do so, please email conftool@nassh.org with your name and submission title.


contact information

email our conference organizer, Kim Scott
or contact us via twitter