Meet the Scientist
Please check back in mid-2018 to view the preliminary schedule and program for the 60th ASH Annual Meeting.
These sessions provide an opportunity for a small number of attendees to meet with a scientific expert in a setting that fosters interaction. Each year, ASH invites experts from around the world to facilitate informal discussions, allowing participants to present their questions and gain new perspectives. A boxed lunch is provided.
Tickets are restricted to medical professionals only and will be available on site on a first-come, first-served basis; no businesspersons or media will be admitted. Only one ticket per person is allowed.
Tickets may be purchased on site during registration hours beginning Thursday, November 29, at the Ticketed Sessions Counter in the San Diego Convention Center's Sails Pavilion.
Ticket Prices (per session)
|Active or International Member||$75|
|Associate, International Associate, Resident, Graduate/Medical Student, or Honorary/Emeritus Member||$50|
|Non-Member in Training||$50|
|Allied Health Professional||$50|
A number of tickets for these sessions will be reserved for trainees. Proof of status as an Associate, International Associate, Resident, or Graduate/Medical Student member, or Non-Member in Training will be required to purchase a ticket at the discounted rate.
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Other Scientific Sessions
- Scientific Program
A complete list of sessions from the ASH Scientific Program
- Continuing Conversations With the Speakers
Informal discussions with Scientific Program speakers, designed to provide increased access to information on a specific topic and to the opinions of experts
- Scientific Spotlight Sessions
Sessions covering current challenges and controversies in a particular scientific field
- Special Scientific Symposia
Symposia highlighting transformative research with implications for research and clinical practice across the field of hematology
- Friday Scientific Workshops
Held the day before the ASH annual meeting, these workshops feature interactive discussions of the latest science developments in a particular field of hematology