Due to ACCME requirements and the data protection of all presenters, all communications related to platform and poster content are kept strictly confidential between the platform speaker, the poster presenter, and the WORLDSymposium CE Programs team.
All presentations submitted to WORLDSymposium for CE review are kept strictly confidential and are not shared beyond the required CE review team. The presentations will not be available to WORLDSymposium attendees until the Basic Science Session begins on Monday, February 5, 2024, at 8:00 AM PST. Presentations will be recorded and available to registered On Demand attendees until March 14, 2024, after which time the On Demand Platform will be shut down.
All submitted posters will be available starting on Monday, February 5, 2024, at 3:00 PM PST, when the poster session opens in the Exhibit Hall. Electronic poster files will also be available during the conference on the Mobile App. ePosters will also be available for viewing on the On Demand Program from February 14 – March 14, 2024.
Submitted abstracts will be available to all registered attendees starting on Sunday, February 4, 2024. Submitted abstracts are available to the general public when Elsevier publishes the February 2024 special “Lysosomes” issue of Molecular Genetics and Metabolism (MGM). WORLDSymposium staff have no control over the publication date, however, anyone may sign up with Elsevier for publication updates.
Presentations are not available to anyone other than the WORLDSymposium Programs team for CE review, until the start of the Basic Science Session, on Monday, February 5, 2024, at 8:00 AM PST. At the conclusion of the live meeting, recorded presentations will be available to registered On Demand attendees until March 14, 2024.
First authors are required to acknowledge that they are authorizing WORLDSymposium to provide their platform presentation and poster to the WORLDSymposium audience. If they choose not to authorize WORLDSymposium to provide their presentation, their presentation will be removed from the program and all databases