Annual Meeting Updates
Important Dates & Deadlines
|January 6, 2021||Registration opens for non-members|
|February 26 – March 1, 2021||AAAAI Virtual Annual Meeting|
2021 Meeting Update
2021 AAAAI Annual Meeting Will Be Entirely Virtual
The AAAAI Board of Directors and the AAAAI Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) have been monitoring the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and the unfortunate trends that heighten concerns over safety, the need for social distancing, and the financial/economic impact on allergy practice. After careful deliberation we have made the decision to change our 2021 Annual Meeting from an in-person event to an entirely virtual program featuring a mix of live streaming and recorded sessions. Read an important message from AAAAI President Mary Beth Fasano, MD, MSPH, FAAAAI, and AMPC Chair Leonard B. Bacharier, MD, FAAAAI, about the decision to go virtual for 2021.
We also have a page of frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to the decision, which will be updated as further information and details become available.
2020 AAAAI Virtual Annual Meeting Recordings Now Available!
The 2020 AAAAI Virtual Annual Meeting includes recordings of various sessions originally programmed for the 2020 AAAAI Annual Meeting. In addition to offering CME credit for physicians, these recordings can serve as a resource for training students, residents, fellows, and office staff, and can be used to satisfy some MOC requirements.
The 2020 AAAAI Virtual Poster Hall is Available
The authors of all posters, oral abstract presentations, and case reports originally scheduled for the 2020 AAAAI Annual Meeting were invited to submit their work to be featured in the Virtual Poster Hall. Each virtual poster or oral session includes a link to a discussion board where you can post questions for the abstract authors. The posters and oral abstracts are displayed based on their slotting in the Annual Meeting program.
Select 2020 AAAAI Virtual Plenaries and Keynote Now Available
The first sessions from the 2020 AAAAI Virtual Annual Meeting are now available. They include: Presidential Plenary: The Future Is Here, Plenary 4101: Rhinoviruses, Atopy, and Asthma Exacerbations: Implications in an Era of Biologics and Precision Medicine, and Keynote: Getting to the Results that Matter: Supporting the Transition to Value. These virtual meeting sessions are available at no cost and offer continuing education credits for physicians and nurses. The Online Program for the 2020 Annual Meeting includes descriptions of these sessions and any handouts that were provided by presenters. Watch your inbox for updates as more sessions are added to the Virtual Annual Meeting.