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    Call for Input

    The ATS is seeking input for sessions in all areas of respiratory, critical care and sleep medicine with a clinical, basic science and/or translational focus. Click here to learn more.

  • Full Registration Opens

    Full Registration Opens

    Sign up for postgraduate courses; meet the professor, sunrise, faculty development, and medical education seminars, and thematic seminar series; workshops; Assembly dinners and receptions; Women’s and Diversity Forums; and the Eighth Annual ATS Foundation Research Program Benefit.

  • Abstract Search & Program Itinerary

    Program Itinerary

    Browse through the program itinerary and view the sessions that will be presented at the 2016 International Conference

  • Download the Final Program

    Advance Program

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

    The information contained in this program is up to date as of March 9, 2016. For the most current session information, please visit the program itinerary.

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    Poster Guidelines

    Click here to view the ATS 2016 Poster Guidelines and to learn more on our Poster Design Service.

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    2015 CME and Nursing CE

    Complete CME, Nursing CE, and the Conference Evaluation under the Registration Center website by following this link. Note: Your login is the email address used to register and the password is the registration badge number.

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