Aerospace Conferences

AsMA Annual Scientific Meeting

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Date (RESCHEDULED): 10-15 October, 2020

Location:  Atlanta, Georgia, USA

IMPORTANT: Please note that the event has been rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Registrations to the original event will be honored. If you've registered but are now unable to attend, AsMA will refund you the registration fee. Please see their website for further instructions, here.

The Association's annual meeting provides a multi-faceted forum for all aerospace medical disciplines and concurrently provides continuing education credits and maintenance of certification for those attending the meeting. Lectures, seminars, panels, poster presentations, workshops, films, and technical and scientific exhibits present data on the latest results of clinical and research studies. No other meeting brings together such a diverse group of specialists - clinical health directors, physicians, scientists, and nurses from the armed services, civil and military aviation, academia, and industry, plus the many private practitioners in all clinical specialties - who care for the total civilian flying population on a daily basis. International representation is evident among both program participants and attendees.

International Conference on Aerospace Medicine (ICAM)

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Date: POSTPONED to September 2022

Location: Paris, France

The 1st International Conference of Aerospace Medicine ICAM 2020, will be held under the auspices and joint sponsorship of AsMA, The International Academy of Aviation and Space Medicine (IAASM), The European Society of Aerospace Medicine (ESAM), and La Société Francophone de Médecine Aérospatiale (SOFRAMAS). 

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