Mark your calendars and head to Houston, Texas for the premier event in allergy/immunology. You will be able to earn CME/CE, learn about cutting-edge research and enrich your networking connections at the 2015 AAAAI Annual Meeting, February 20-24.
Join thousands of allergist/immunologists, allied health and related healthcare professionals for five full days with hundreds of educational offerings on a variety of topics including: allergic disease; asthma; immunotherapy; food allergy and GI disease; skin disease; PIDD; practice management; new technologies; and health care reform.
Other features include:
• Plenary Sessions, Keynote Talks and Symposia
• Poster Hall and Featured Poster Session
• Oral Abstract Sessions
• Seminars/ Problem-Based Workshops and interactive learning experiences
• Pro/Con Debates
• Exhibit Hall filled with the latest products and services
Check back frequently for the latest information on attendee registration, awards and scholarships, session specifics, exhibitor details and more.
It has come to our attention that a housing agency representing itself as AAAAI's hotel booking agent has been contacting attendees to make hotel reservations on their behalf. CMR (Convention Management Resources) is the only official housing provider for the 2015 AAAAI Annual Meeting. No other housing company or travel agency is authorized to place hotel reservations on behalf of the AAAAI, its exhibitors or its sponsors. These companies have not entered into agreements with the Houston hotels and are not able to guarantee rates and accommodations during the conference dates. Should you be contacted by any agency other than CMR, please email the AAAAI at email@example.com with the details.
Use the 2015 AAAAI Annual Meeting to Fulfill MOC Part II Self-Assessment Requirements
Already the premier event in allergy/immunology, AAAAI members will now be able to satisfy Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part II Self-Assessment requirements for free while at the 2015 Annual Meeting. Find out how you can receive 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for completing a self-assessment, and 5 MOC Part II Self-Assessment points from the American Board of Allergy and Immunology for reporting completion of a learning plan.
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