Uniting small businesses and start-ups with the venture capital and business development communities, this event is designed to accelerate innovation by facilitating new partnerships between talented researchers and philanthropic investors interested in improving treatments for thoracic diseases.
The Annual ATS Research Program Benefit is the largest networking event at the ATS 2023 International Conference and an excellent way to directly support young investigators in thoracic medicine.
The ATS advocates for its members—and the patients they serve—on all levels of the federal government, and with the International Conference in Washington, DC, this year, attendees can anticipate an array of unique programming centered around important advocacy issues.
Horace Delisser, MD, associate professor of medicine in the Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Division of the Department of Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania, will bring his experience to the ATS 2023 International Conference in Washington, DC, as this year’s featured speaker at the annual Diversity Forum.
Refiloe Masekela, MD, and Mina Gaga, MD, PhD, will share their experiences and career insights at the annual Women’s Forum, which recognizes the achievements and supports the advancement of women in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine and research.
The new ATS Networking Super Center is open to all ATS 2023 attendees and provides a centralized location for International Conference participants to collaborate and connect, learn about ATS programs and member resources, and engage in specialized programming.