Registration Open for the 2020 Annual Meeting

Join us in Birmingham, AL April 4-6, 2020

Join 500+ of your peers in Birmingham, Alabama for three days of education, professional development and entertainment. Register before February 2nd to get an early bird discount.

EXCITING CHANGES TO THE 2020 MEETING FORMAT
Local Arrangement Chair, John Porterfield, MD and his University of Alabama at Birmingham colleagues are thrilled to welcome you to AAES's 41st Annual Meeting in Birmingham, Alabama at the Birmingham Jackson Convention Center, April 4-6, 2020. You can look forward to a few big changes at the 2020 Meeting:

Shifting Dates & Timing: The 2020 Meeting will begin on Saturday, April 4 and end on Monday, April 6, shifting everything one day earlier. ESU, the Advanced Endocrine Surgery Course, the new RFA Course, and golf and tennis tournaments will all shift one day earlier as well. In addition, the Meeting will be extended until 3:00 pm on the last day, Monday, April 6. With so much amazing content, the 2020 Meeting will be extended a few hours longer until 3:00 pm. Check out the entire program outline on the Annual Meeting website.

Please take these two factors into consideration when booking travel.

Apply for the 2020 Research Awards by Feb. 14

The AAES Foundation provides several research awards which are announced at the AAES Annual Meeting in the spring each year. The Paul LoGerfo Research Award was developed to honor the life of Dr. Paul LoGerfo who made numerous major contributions to the field of endocrine surgery during his esteemed career, before passing away from malignant melanoma in 2003 during the peak of his career while serving as AAES President. The ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Association Award for Thyroid Cancer Research was developed in 2017 by the generous support of ThyCa to promote and support thyroid cancer research by AAES members.

The application period for the 2020 Research Awards is now open. The deadline for all application materials is February 14, 2020.

Apply Today

Check Out New Resources

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AAES members now have the ability to post new courses and new calls for collaboration for research studies. Login to the Members Only portal to submit your course or research study information to AAES. Once approved, search for your listing and others on the Research Collaboration page and the Courses/Meetings of Interest Page.

While logged into the Member's Only portal, access presentations and video recordings from past Annual Meetings, along with other helpful resources.

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