Meet us in New Orleans this October to explore the latest science in the specialty, delivered by leading researchers and subject matter experts, and connect with the greatest minds in anesthesiology. Emerging research will continue to receive greater prominence as we strive to always deliver top-tier, relevant education. This year's research track includes more than 20 research-focused sessions and events, including Anesthesiology journal activities and FAER sessions, as well as paper and electronic abstract presentations. Plus, the research lounge is back by popular demand. It's the ideal spot to network with peers, meet a mentor, or grab a refreshment while on site in New Orleans.

The ANESTHESIOLOGY 2022 research track will be presented live and includes:

Those participating in the virtual track and not joining us in New Orleans will be able to access a portion of the research track, including the Severinghaus Lecture, FAER-Helrich Lecture, and scientific abstracts.

The sessions will be offered throughout the entire meeting. There will be two session formats: oral slide-assisted presentation sessions and unmoderated eAbstract sessions. There will also be two traditional featured paper poster sessions exclusively available for those on site. These will be offered to top-scored abstracts and will be in addition to their oral/virtual presentations.

Virtual abstract presentations will be organized by topic (e.g., clinical circulation, experimental neurosciences, information management, and database research), and experts will moderate all scientific abstract sessions. Even if you can attend only over the weekend, check out which sessions occur throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday for the latest science on complex issues that challenge our practices.

Oral slide-assisted presentation sessions will be 60 minutes long and consist of up to six abstracts per session. The eAbstract sessions will be available for viewing one week before, during, and even after the meeting. Attendees can communicate with the author via chat and email during the meeting dates.

The two three-hour featured paper poster sessions will be held in an area adjacent to the research lounge. Presenters will display their posters on 4' x 8' presentation boards and will remain in the poster area to discuss their work with attendees and expert moderators.

“Emerging research will continue to receive greater prominence as we strive to always deliver top-tier, relevant education.”

Whether in New Orleans or via the virtual track, we look forward to connecting with you and delving into the research programming. Find out more and view the full research track at asahq.org/ANES22Research.

Jeffrey R. Kirsch, MD, FASA, Professor, Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, and Senior Medical Director of Programmatic Excellence, Medical College of Wisconsin/Froedtert Hospital; Chair Emeritus, Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, OHSU, Portland.

Jeffrey R. Kirsch, MD, FASA, Professor, Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, and Senior Medical Director of Programmatic Excellence, Medical College of Wisconsin/Froedtert Hospital; Chair Emeritus, Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, OHSU, Portland.

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