Registration & Abstract Submission for ASM 2022 Closing Soon!!

Please join us 17 to 21 June 2022 for the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists. The conference will be held in person at the Westin La Paloma in Tucson, Arizona, and will also include a virtual option for remote attendees. Learn about the latest advances in the study of mammals and interact with researchers and educators specializing in these fascinating animals. Come set the stage for the next 100 years of modern mammalogy!

The scientific program will include contributed in-person and virtual presentations, as well as plenary speakers, symposia, and workshops. The plenary sessions will feature student Honoraria and Fellowship recipients and the 2021 recipients of the ASM Grinnell, Leopold, and Merriam Awards. Symposia will include topics in collections-based informatics, mammal life history, conservation of sky island mammals, and diversity in landscapes. Workshop topics will include undergraduate research experiences, student mentoring, species descriptions, developing CVs, and publishing in the Journal of Mammalogy. A capstone presentation will close out the program.

A full social agenda is also planned including an opening social, the annual Run-for-Research, poster socials, student social, auction, and closing social and awards ceremony. Please be sure to share and follow ASM 2022 on social media by using #asmtucson!


Online registration is now open for ASM 2022! In-person and virtual conference attendees will use separate registration links when registering for the meeting. Regular registration ends April 8th!

In-person registration will provide ASM 2022 attendees full access to meeting content, including onsite and online contributed sessions. Register here to take advantage of the 101st Annual Meeting in-person and reconnect with your colleagues and friends.

Virtual registration will provide ASM 2022 attendees access to plenary and capstone sessions, symposia, members meetings, and all online contributed oral and poster sessions through the conference meeting site. Register here to participate virtually in the ASM 2022 meeting.

All ASM 2022 attendees will have access to virtual conference content for 6 months following the meeting. Please do not forget to sign-up for socials, workshops, and other a la carte items during the registration process. Contact Christy Classi in the ASM Business Office for registration assistance.


Share your research with hundreds of mammalogists from around the world. Submit your abstract for an in-person or virtual presentation for ASM 2022! Abstract submission will close 8 April 2022. Presenters interested in ASM Honoraria and Travel Awards should visit the ASM website for more information. All plenary, capstone, and symposia speakers are required to submit an abstract by the posted deadlines.

Technical and poster sessions will feature contributed in-person oral and traditional poster presentations, respectively. Technical sessions will include 15-minute presentations (12 minutes presentation + 3 minutes questions), and they will be organized by subdiscipline. In-person technical and poster sessions will NOT be live for virtual meeting attendees. Scheduling requests will NOT be granted for any presenter.

Virtual sessions will ALL be pre-recorded, and will be available asynchronously as on-demand sessions throughout the meeting. All ASM 2022 virtual presentations will be recorded in the online meeting platform and available to meeting participants for six months following the conference. All virtual presenters will be contacted in May with detailed instructions about recording their presentation. Additional details, including abstract formatting information, are available on the meeting website.

All presenters must register and submit full payment for the conference prior to submitting their abstract. The payment confirmation email will include the abstract submission link. An abstract will not be accepted until the presenting author has registered and paid in full. It is recommended that registration and payment be completed in advance of the abstract submission deadline. Because of space limitations in the program, ASM will NOT accept more than one abstract per presenting author.


Professional conduct is expected of all participants in ASM sponsored activities, including the annual meetings, and of any individual representing the ASM. ASM is dedicated to ensuring the opportunity for active, equal participation in all ASM functions by all members, regardless of gender, race, national origin, ethnicity, age, physical appearance, disability, or sexual orientation. Discrimination and harassment are prohibited by the ASM; no individual should feel harassed, threatened, or unsafe at any ASM sponsored activity. The full text of ASM’s Statement on Inclusion is available here. Concerns or allegations of misconduct or harassment should be directed to the Office of the Ombudsperson or reported online here. Course of action for alleged misconduct may be found here. We note that ASM policies for professional conduct will evolve over time. The most recent version of these policies will be posted on the ASM Ombudspersons website and notifications of updates to the policy will be emailed to all ASM members. All ASM members and participants in ASM sponsored activities are expected to follow the most recent version of ASM Professional Conduct policies.


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