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.
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.
The Thomas L. Petty Aspen Lung Conference (TLPALC) believes that everyone deserves to be respected and safe whenever participating in the Conference and its activities. In accordance with CDC, NIH and TLPALC guidelines and legal requirements, please carefully review the following terms and conditions and acknowledge your agreement by completing and submitting the Waiver of Liability linked below.
The TLPALC will follow the requirements specified by the Centers for Disease and Prevention to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during the Conference and its associated activities.
Though not a requirement, we encourage attendees to be vaccinated and wear a mask when in close proximity to others. Additionally, we urge all attendees to perform a daily COVID-19 self-assessment as defined by the CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html
Travel information and requirements as required by the CDC can be found at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html
Please check back with us regularly as TLPALC may revise safety protocols based on the local public health requirements, current conditions, legal requirements, and recommendations in place at the time of the Conference.
The 2023 Aspen Lung Conference is in part funded by a grant from the NIH to National Jewish Health. National Jewish Health (NJH) is committed to providing a safe environment, free of harassment and discrimination. Participants at the TLPALC must comply with NJH’s Workplace Behavior Policy and Code of Conduct. Please review the information provided in the Safety Plan, which describes our non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies, as well as how to report any violations of these policies, how to make a complaint, and how any complaints will be resolved.
Read, complete and submit the Waiver of Liability Form
The 2023 Aspen Lung Conference is in part funded by a grant from the NIH to National Jewish Health. National Jewish Health (NJH) is committed to providing a safe environment, free of harassment and discrimination. Participants in NJH programs and activities (including this event) must comply with NJH’s Workplace Behavior Policy and Code of Conduct. Please review the following information regarding NJH’s non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies, as well as how to report any violations of these policies, how to make a complaint, and how any complaints will be resolved.
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