Annual Meeting Updates
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Important Dates & Deadlines
|July 8-September 30||Case Report Submission Site Open|
|October 9||Registration and housing opens for Fellows|
|October 23||Registration and housing opens for members|
|October 28||Late breaking abstracts open (10:00 am CST)|
|November 6||Registration and housing opens for general delegates|
|November 11||Late breaking abstract deadline (11:59pm CST)|
|November 13||Registration and housing open to exhibitors|
|March 13-16, 2020||AAAAI Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA|
Note About Proposal Submissions
The AAAAI receives over 500 proposals to fill a finite number of Annual Meeting session slots. All completed proposals have been seriously considered by the Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC), which is made up of members of the interest section and allied health leadership and Clinical Science and Basic Science Workgroups. The interest sections and workgroups make edits to the submitted proposals and rank them for consideration by the full AMPC at its June face-to-face meeting. Often the most highly ranked sessions are the result of combining ideas from two or more proposals that were submitted by AAAAI members. The AMPC’s work to develop the final program is heavily dependent on your participation in the development of outstanding proposals. The AMPC and AAAAI staff regret that they do not have sufficient resources to provide you with feedback about the outcome of the review of your proposals. The AMPC thanks you most sincerely for your efforts to create an exceptional program for the Annual Meeting.
2020 AAAAI Foundation Special Events
Benefit and 5K Run/Walk
The Benefit and 5K Run/Walk are the premier events to attend while you’re in Philadelphia. Show your support for allergy/immunology dedicated research by registering for these events today!
2020 Keynote Speaker
Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker Announced
Shantanu Agrawal, MD, MPhil, president and CEO of the National Quality Forum will deliver the 2020 Annual Meeting Keynote. The title of his session is Getting to the Results that Matter: Supporting the Transition to Value.