Keynote Speakers Offer Unique Perspective

Artificial intelligence, data sharing, inclusiveness in medicine, and decision-making are a few of the themes you can expect from ATS 2019 keynote speakers. This diverse group of speakers will present cutting-edge research and their own perspectives on a variety of topics highly relevant to the pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine community. 

Keynotes are presented at 8 a.m. each day of the conference.




Jerome E. Groopman, MD
Pamela I. Hartzband, MD
When Experts Disagree: The Art of Decision-Making (K1)





Anne Sales, PhD, RN, MSN
Implementation Science: How Can It Support Health Research? (K2)





Jeffrey M. Drazen, MD
Data Sharing in the Context of Clinical Trials (K3)




Denis E. O’Donnell, MD
Unraveling the Mystery of Breathlessness in COPD (K4)





Robert M. Califf, MD
Developing the Evidence for Value-Based Care in Pulmonary Medicine (K5)




David S. Wilkes, MD
Enhancing Diversity and Inclusion in Academic Medicine (K6)




Michael D. Howell, MD, MPH
What Should Pulmonologists Know About Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning? (K7)