This year’s groundbreaking allergy and asthma news will be delivered virtually, and for free.
Every year you rely on the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology’s Annual Scientific Meeting to deliver the most recent updates on what is happening in the world of allergy and asthma research and treatment. This year’s meeting is virtual, so it is easier than ever to attend. No travel involved! (Or shoes, for that matter.) The meeting will take place November 13-15. We’ll host more than 2,200 participants, including 1,500 allergists, pediatricians and other healthcare professionals. Participants will join us on our cutting-edge platform from across the nation and around the world. Groundbreaking new studies will be unveiled that offer insights into treatment options for those who suffer from allergies and asthma.
The meeting, “The Changing Practice Landscape: Rising to the Challenge” will feature close to 200 presentations. There will also be more than 400 abstracts on cutting-edge research presented and posted throughout the meeting. Research will include oral abstracts, poster presentations and medically challenging cases. Many abstracts will offer accompanying audio or video explanations. This year we will have approximately 40 companies exhibiting in our virtual exhibit area.
Review the online registration program for some of the topics being presented. Advance media registration is required, and you must be registered on or before Monday, November 9. Check out our media information page for more details on the registration process.
Whether you attend the meeting or not, we can set up remote interviews for you with ACAAI leaders, meeting presenters or researchers. Contact Hollis Heavenrich-Jones before, during or after the meeting to request an interview.
If you have any questions about registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-725-2277.
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