65th Annual Meeting | June 6-9, 2023
The prevalence of asthma is increasing due to increased exposure to infectious agents and other environmental factors that impact pathogenesis. To address this need, the 2023 Thomas L. Petty Aspen Lung Conference will integrate basic, translational, and clinical approaches to:
The conference will provide an international forum that brings together leading basic, translational, and clinical researchers and welcomes trainees across the fields of pulmonary medicine, genetics, cell biology and immunology with the goal of identifying shared interests that will lead to more productive research and ultimately, more effective and personalized therapies for asthma.
Finally, the varied scientific themes and therapeutic strategies that emerge during the conference will be reconciled in the Conference Summary presented by Dr. Sally Wenzel (University of Pittsburgh). Three Fellow Travel Awards will be awarded to fellows whose abstracts have been accepted for podium presentations.
Before entering the Conference Facilities, all registered attendees to the 2022 Aspen Lung Conference must be fully vaccinated, which consists of the full course of the vaccine plus a booster, and submit proof in the form of an emailed photograph or scan of the completed COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to Jeanne Cleary, no later than May 25th 2022. The Thomas L. Petty Aspen Lung Conference will not make exemptions for medical, religious or other reasons.
All attendees will be required to wear face masks in all indoor areas of the Gant Conference Center, at all times. The conference room is in the basement of the Gant Conference Center. Attendance is currently capped at 150 people.
While we have put procedures and protocols in place to protect you from contracting COVID-19 during the conference, we cannot guarantee this. Accordingly, we ask that you read, sign, scan, and email the Waiver of Liability to Jeanne Cleary (Jeanne.Cleary@cuanschutz.edu) no later than May 25, 2022. As with the proof of vaccination, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED TO THE CONFERENCE WITHOUT ELECTRONICALLY SUBMITTING THIS WAIVER.
For those who for any reason are unable to join us in person in Aspen, we are pleased to offer an online alternative.
This policy may be amended. If so, we will update you about any changes.
Local/Regional/National/International Physicians/Clinicians (adult and pediatric)/Research Physician-Scientists in Pulmonary Sciences, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine/Research Scientists (PhD) in lung injury/Primary Care Physicians/General Medicine Physicians/Public Health.
NOTE: If the number of people wishing to attend the Conference exceeds the capacity of The Gant Conference Center, those with accepted abstracts (and, in the case of junior presenters, their mentors) will be given preference for “in person” attendance, with a remote option for those who are unable to attend “in person” or a combination of remote and in person.
We invite you and your colleagues to submit abstracts for consideration for a podium presentation and/or a poster at the conference. We are particularly interested in attracting translational basic or clinical research abstracts related to the selected thematic topics.
NOTE: Abstracts will be reviewed and accepted based on their scientific merit and relevance to the scientific goals, objectives and themes of the Conference.
Abstract deadline is February 14, 2023. For more information, see the Call for Abstracts, or contact: Jeanne.Cleary@cuanschutz.edu.
For more information, contact: Jeanne Cleary, Thomas L. Petty Aspen Lung Conference, PO Box 1231, Parker, CO 80134 Phone: (303) 358-2797. E-Mail: Jeanne.Cleary@cuanschutz.edu.
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