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June 2018

Get Ready for 2015 Annual Meeting Registration

Registration and housing for the 2015 Annual Meeting opens to AAAAI Fellows and members this month. Visit for links to the registration and housing sites.

For the best chance of getting into the sessions you would like to attend in Houston, AAAAI Fellows and members should register as soon as possible (Fellows, October 8; Members, October 22). General delegates will be granted access to registration and housing on November 5. 

Fulfill Part II Self-Assessment MOC Requirements at the 2015 Annual Meeting

Already the premier event in allergy/immunology, AAAAI members will now be able to satisfy Part II Self-Assessment Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements for free while at the 2015 Annual Meeting.

Find out how you can receive 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for completing a self-assessment, and 5 self-assessment MOC points from the American Board of Allergy and Immunology for reporting completion of a learning plan. This will include the sessions you plan to attend at the Annual Meeting in Houston!

29th Annual Harold S. Nelson Military Allergy/Immunology Symposium

Registration for the 29th Annual Harold S. Nelson Military Allergy/Immunology Symposium on Thursday, February 19, 2015 will begin on October 8 at the 2015 AAAAI Annual Meeting registration site.                 

The registration fee to attend the Harold S. Nelson Military Allergy/Immunology Symposium for non-military AAAAI members is $60, which includes continental breakfast and box lunch. Eligible military AAAAI members will also be sent a personal email, which contains specific registration instructions.

The 29th Annual Harold S. Nelson Military Allergy/Immunology Symposium will once again offer an excellent opportunity for current or previously affiliated Army, Navy, Air Force, Public Health Service allergist/immunologists, and GS employees and contractors to discuss the issues unique to their community, while integrating into the AAAAI and the specialty at large.