AAAAI 2020 Annual Meeting
AAAAI Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting Updates

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Important Dates & Deadlines
November 14 Registration and housing open to exhibitors
February 19, 2020 Delegate early registration fee deadline
March 13-16, 2020 AAAAI Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA


2020 Annual Meeting

Registration & Housing Alert

CMR (Convention Management Resources) is the only official registration & housing provider for the 2020 AAAAI Annual Meeting. No other company or travel agency is authorized to register attendees or confirm hotel reservations on behalf of the AAAAI, its exhibitors or its sponsors.

To ensure your personal security, we recommend that you book your registration and housing by visiting the AAAAI Annual Meeting website. It is not recommended to use internet search engines which may direct you to incorrect websites and thus compromise your personal security by collecting your personal information and/or charging higher rates for both registration and housing. Always look for the CMR Official Vendor Badge before booking your registration/housing! 

If you are contacted by any agency other than CMR, please email the AAAAI Executive Office at annualmeeting@aaaai.org with the details.

Abstracts
Foundation Events
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!

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.

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Biologics
2020 Meeting Theme

New Paradigms in the Management of Allergic Disease – Focus on Biologics

This year’s clinical theme at the Annual Meeting in Philadelphia will focus on biologics. The theme makes up about 20% of the sessions at the Annual Meeting and is chosen based on the needs of the AAAAI membership.