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Abstract Reviewers


Call for Reviewers is Closed

The GSA 2023 abstract reviewer sign-up process is closed. Thank you so much to all who signed up to be reviewers. Your volunteer commitment to the GSA 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting is very much appreciated. Selected reviewers will be provided assignments on March 20, 2023.

Important Review Dates

  • Monday, March 20, 2023 - Selected Reviewers Receive Abstract Review Assignments
  • Monday, April 3, 2023 - Reviewers Complete Assigned Abstract Reviews 

Why Review?

The Gerontological Society of America needs your help to make the 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting a success! We need GSA members to volunteer to review submitted abstracts. Reviewers are vital to the integrity of the conference program. We hope that you will unreservedly consider giving a bit of your time to help us build a strong program in your area of gerontology.

Your service is essential to ensuring the 2023 program showcases innovative, impactful and cutting-edge research. Please contribute to the Society and the field by volunteering your time as an abstract reviewer. Your service is meaningful and we are greatly appreciative.    

To participate in the review process, follow the instructions shown below to complete the online volunteer form. Signing up is as simple as providing your basic contact information and selecting “session topics” (areas of expertise) for which you’d be willing to review abstracts.

Some things to consider before signing up:

  • Only GSA members are eligible to review abstracts
  • Estimate 2 to 3 hours to complete your assigned reviews (you may receive up to 20 abstracts)
  • Reviews will be assigned in mid to late March and will be due within 2 weeks of being assigned (see Important Review Dates below)

Contact Us

If you have any questions about this process, contact our Abstracts Manager at


The Gerontological Society of America is the oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to research, education, and practice in the field of aging. GSA’s principal mission — and that of our 5,500 members — is to promote the study of aging and disseminate information to scientists, decision makers, and the general public. Founded in 1945, GSA is the driving force behind advancing innovation in aging — both domestically and internationally. Our members come from more than 50 countries. To further fulfill our mission, GSA assembles more nearly 4,000 professionals from around the world to an Annual Scientific Meeting. This monumental event now features more than 500 sessions each year. Additionally, we publish the field’s preeminent peer-reviewed journals.



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