Annual Conference

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FINAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 

ASAIO 60th Annual Conference –  Washington, DC
Wednesday June 18 – Saturday  June 21, 2014

 

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Speaker Information Oral Presentations

ASAIO Speaker Ready Room – Albright Room – Terrace Level Washington Hilton.

Take your presentation to the Speaker Ready Room at least one hour before the start of your session.   A representative from the audiovisual company will load your presentation into the master computer that will be used during the session. 

Individual computers shall not be used by speakers.  You have 10 minutes for presentation and five minutes for discussion. 

Speaker Information Poster Presentations

Posters will be presented in Columbia Hall, Terrace Level of the Washington Hilton.   Each poster presenter will share a Poster Board with another author.  You can prepare a 44″ x 44″ poster.   

Mount your materials at 7:30 am the day of your presentation and remove them no later than 5:00 pm on Thursday, June 19th.  Posters on Friday June 20th will be moderated and should not be removed until 6:45 pm.

Posters left on the board will be discarded by the hotel.  ASAIO is not responsible for any poster materials.

Poster Sessions on Friday June 20th will be moderated from 5:15 – 6:45 pm.  Each presenter will have a strict 10 minute time slot for presentation as well as questions.  The presentation will occur in “walking style” moving from board to board with a moderator.  You will also have ample time for interaction with the attendees throughout the day.

ASAIOfyifor young innovator – Rapid Fire Presentations

Rapid Fire Session 1 Thursday June 19th at 8:00 am in General Session1 and Rapid Fire 2 Friday June 20th at 8:00 am in General Session 2.

Take your presentation to the Speaker Ready Room at least 30 minutes before the start of your session so that the A/V technician can load it into the master computer for the session.  You will have five minutes for your oral presentation in the General Session.

Peter D Wearden, MD, PhD
Program Chairman ASAIO