ATS 2014 in San Diego: Broadening Your Scientific Horizons and Advancing Patient Care

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San Diego’s numerous medical and research institutions have contributed greatly to medicine. (Photo courtesy of Corporate Helicopters.)

The ATS 2014 International Conference, May 16-21, in San Diego is about the connection between pulmonary, critical care, sleep, and virtually every other field of medicine, as well as the latest research and the best patient care, and, most importantly, you and thousands of other attendees.

The emphasis on basic, translational, and clinical science distinguishes it from other conferences, while its value to clinicians is increased by didactic and hands-on education that keeps them at the top of their fields. Networking opportunities abound in the halls, centers, receptions, and dinners where those just beginning promising careers rub elbows with masters in the field.

More than 500 sessions, 800 speakers, and 5,700 original research abstracts and case reports will be presented. This preview describes just a few of the offerings under this “Big Tent,” which will broaden your scientific horizons and advance patient care.

San Diego is the perfect host city. Its numerous medical and research institutions have contributed greatly to medicine. The University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, has had eight Nobel laureates in medicine or physiology on its faculty, and pioneered pulmonary thromboendarterectomy.

Today, San Diego boasts the second-largest biotechnology cluster in the United States. Among those organizations, which are recognized around the world for their discoveries and contributions to biomedical knowledge, are the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, the Scripps Research Institute, the West Health Institute, the J. Craig Venter Institute, the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology, and the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute. And you’re invited to tour UCSD and the Salk Institute during ATS 2014.

The location, research, education, and new connections will leave you more than inspired—they will empower you to continue great research and patient care that improve global health. Join us for ATS 2014.

Register by March 19 and save up to $160!

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