2023 Accepted Abstracts

A number of abstracts were received in 2023 for the 49th ASHI Annual Meeting taking place in San Antonio, October 16 - 20.  The accepted abstracts can be reviewed by clicking the button below.  Note that the final edited, printed and published version of abstracts will be available online in Human Immunology. If you do not have access to this online publication, hard copies will be available onsite at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter at the registration desk.

2023 Accepted Abstracts

Poster Listing


General Information


A variety of formats are planned that will encourage the exchange of new scientific and clinical information and support an interchange of opinions regarding immunogenetics and transplant immunology. 

Abstract submissions will be presented through peer-reviewed oral and poster presentations. 

Click here to see all submission policies and procedures. 


There is a non-refundable abstract fee of $35.00 USD per abstract, due at the time of abstract submission. Payments must be made via credit card on the submission site; checks are not accepted. 

Please note:This abstract fee does not register you for the meeting. Those with abstracts that have been accepted abstracts must register separately in order to attend. The abstract submission fee is a non-refundable processing fee, and not based on approval of your abstract submission or attendance at the Annual Meeting. No refunds will be processed, even if an abstract is withdrawn.

What’s Included

The abstract fee covers submission of your abstract and administrative fees for processing and reviewing abstracts. Accepted abstracts will be published in the ‘Human Immunology’ journal supplement, as well as in the virtual platform, at no additional charge.

Why is there an abstract fee?

There is a large cost associated with collecting, processing, and reviewing all abstracts. This nominal fee helps to ensure all abstracts will be processed and peer-reviewed at the highest standards. ASHI does NOT profit from this fee; rather, it is used to help offset the immense costs for high-quality abstract submission and review software.