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  • Ask the expert – choose your topic

    One of the best reasons to attend the College’s Annual Meeting is the opportunity to interact with your colleagues and one-on-one with the experts in the…

  • Stay for the entire meeting

    Plan ahead for the Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 7 – 11 in Houston. With the theme New Frontiers - Advocating for Patients, Practices and Research, thi…

  • Explore new frontiers at the Annual Meeting

    It’s not too early to begin thinking about our Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 7–11 in Houston. Join us for New Frontiers – Advocating for Pa…

  • New treatment to protect people with peanut allergy

    At the College’s Annual Scientific Meeting, new research presented showed promise for a treatment to help people with severe peanut allergy tolerate acci…

  • Pearls from Twitter

    During the College's Annual Scientific Meeting, Twitter was flooded with the latest allergy info from our sessions. Allergists who were not able to make i…

  • Congratulate your colleagues!

    The College is proud to honor the following individuals for their contributions to the College and the specialty of allergy/immunology. These awards will be pr…

  • Top 10 reasons to stream the Annual Scientific Meeting

    Can't travel to the all-new and best ever 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting? Get the second-best seat (your own!) and catch all the Saturday a…

  • Connect with colleagues at the Annual Meeting

    In the spirit of our all-new revamped Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 15-19 in Seattle, our networking and social events are better than ever, too! With Instag…

  • Don’t miss this literature review!

    We know College members are extremely busy people – from working in your practice all day to catching up with your EHR at night. Who has time to read eve…

  • Hear from the virtuosos of allergy and immunology

    We have fantastic speakers and thought leaders lined up for this year’s meeting. And just like past Annual Meetings, we will have several named lectures …

  • Power up your practice with the Advocacy Council

    The Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 15-19 in Seattle, is coming up fast! Many of the topics will be familiar, such as coding. And, in response to our membershi…

  • Try your hand at workshops

    There’s nothing like hands-on experience to help you learn a new concept or diagnostic test. Being able to observe as well as perform has benefits rangin…

  • Clinically-relevant programming and expert faculty

    Start each day of the Annual Meeting with these can’t-miss 90-minute plenary sessions. Learn about the most relevant topics from the leading experts in t…

  • All about asthma

    Updated August 29, 2018Patients are faced with many choices when finding a physician to help them treat and control their asthma. Here at the College, we know …

  • Focus on food allergy

    Updated August 29, 2018It’s in the news. Your patients are asking questions. It’s also a hot topic at this year’s Annual Scientific Meeting, …

  • Allied health – expand your learning during Annual Meeting

    Updated August 29, 2018Exciting changes are coming for allied health members at the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting Nov. 15-19 in Seattle. For the first time, t…

  • Shine a light on your research

    Think you’ve got great research? The College has more ways for you to spotlight it than ever before! Get your abstracts (and medically challenging cases)…

  • Arrive early; stay late!

    Updated August 29, 2018Our Annual Scientific Meeting in Seattle is all-new this year, with great new features, enhanced social events and so much more. It&rsqu…

  • A whole new Annual Scientific Meeting awaits

    Don’t fall victim!Beware of fake sites for the College’s Annual Scientific Meeting in Seattle –  Registration and hotel blocks are not a…

  • The College meeting through a Fellow-in-training’s eyes

    The College Annual Meeting is a dynamic and riveting experience for Fellows- in-training (FITs).​As Fellows, we are constantly focused on absorbing as much cli…

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