Clinical and Scientific Sessions

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Sessions will be held in the Moscone Center, 747 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103.

ATS 2022 San Francisco will offer the latest information on clinical, basic, and translational science in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. The program will presented in the following formats:

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Abstract Sessions

Oral and poster presentations of original scientific research and unique and interesting case reports

Keynote Series

Held on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday these sessions highlight major advances including recent discoveries, significant accomplishments, transformative findings, and/or important best practices as of 2022.

Clinical Topics in Pulmonary Medicine Track

A comprehensive program for the practiciing physician.


Critical Care Track

A conference-long track covering all aspects of critical care medicine.

Medical Education Seminars

Informal one-hour sessions for attendees who wish to improve their skills in clinical education. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required.

Meet the Experts

Informal one-hour early morning, late morning, and mid-day sessions. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required.


Outside Organization Sessions

One hour sessions highlighting the programs of other organizations of interest to conference attendees.

Postgraduate Courses

Full-day didactic and practical skills courses held on Friday and Saturday. Seating is limited and pre-regisration is required.

Scientific Symposia

Educational sessions covering clinical, basic, and translational science and behavioral issues.


Year in Review Track

A daily series which offers a review of the past year's literature on clinical and research topics.



Core Programs


Adult Clinical Core Curriculum

A daily track offering core curriculum content in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.

Basic Science Core Program

A track offered on Sunday and Monday focused on Lung Environment Interactions in the Origins of Lung Disease.

Pediatric Clinical Core Curriculum

A daily track offering core curriculum content in pediatric pulmonology. Corresponding modules will be submitted to the ABP for consideration of Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part II credits.