American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Annual Scientific Meeting

Date
2017-10-26 - 2017-10-30
Exhibitors
100
Event contact title
Mr.
Event contact first name
ACAAI
Event contact last name
ACAAI
Email
meetings@acaai.org
Event contact telephone number
8474271200
Description
Our allergy and immunology community is grounded in a rich history – and together, we can build on what we know to create a strong future. With precision medicine helping you to take the best science available and put it into practice every day, the future of allergy looks bright. And this year, the College has created an Annual Scientific Meeting that is all about that bright future. We’re bringing you cutting-edge research from around the globe and access to the newest treatments and technologies. The program is perfect for the stage you are at in your journey – whether you are a veteran allergist or a Fellow-in-Training. And, you can bring your whole team for sessions just for allied health providers and office administrators. From our Thursday program on food allergy and atopic dermatitis to in-depth practice management sessions, the College is covering all the topics you want. We'll dive into difficult-to-treat asthma, updated techniques for immunotherapy, chronic rhinosinusitis, mastocytosis and mast cell activation syndrome, early introduction to peanuts, sleep-disordered breathing, biologics, skin diseases, anaphylaxis, immune deficiency disorders, and health care regulations and reform. Come see speakers who will inspire you and while you’re there, connect with colleagues at fun networking events. And your favorite sessions will be waiting for you, too. We're celebrating our 75th anniversary - so be ready for fun surprises! For exhibitor/sponsorship opportunities, please contact us.

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