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  • Program Itinerary

    Program Itinerary

    Browse through the program itinerary and view the sessions that will be presented at the 2017 International Conference

  • Statement on US Immigration Policies

    Statement on US Immigration Policies

    ATS President David Gozal, MD, MBA, recently issued a statement regarding new US immigration policies. The ATS remains steadfastly committed to working with colleagues around the world to improve global lung health.

  • Advance Program

    Advance Program

    Preview the titles, topics, and speakers of major symposia, seminars, year in review sessions, the Basic Science Core, and Adult and Pediatric Clinical Core Curricula, and special networking events.

  • New Podcast: Despite Changes, ATS 2017 to Remain Rich Source of MOC Points

    MOC

    Chairs of the ATS Education and International Conference committees discuss changes the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Pediatrics have made to Maintenance of Certification requirements. They focused on how the ATS has responded so that attendees of its International Conference can earn at least as many MOC points during the conference as they have in the past.

  • ATS Capitol Hill Day 2017

    ATS Capitol Hill Day

    Meet your Congressional Delegation in DC! The ATS will provide U.S. ATS members with the opportunity to meet with offices of their Congressional delegation to advocate for respiratory health.

  • International Trainee Scholarships

    International Trainee Scholarships

    The International Lung Health and Membership Committees of the American Thoracic Society (ATS) are pleased to announce the availability of the ATS International Trainee Scholarships (ITS), to provide scholarship support for international trainees to attend the ATS International Conference in Washington, DC, May 2017.

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