American Society Of Echocardiography 31st Annual Scientific Sessions 2020
ASE Scientific Sessions
On Tuesday, March 31, the ASE Executive Committee made the decision to cancel the live in-person ASE 2020 Scientific Sessions scheduled to be held in Denver, CO, on June 19-22, 2020. As of April 29, the Executive Committee and the Scientific Sessions Program Committee are pleased to announce that the ASE 2020: Virtual Experience will take place on August 8-10, 2020 as a live broadcast of significant portions of the originally planned Scientific Sessions content. The format will be different, but the educational and scientific content will be just as exciting as if we were all together in person. This premier echocardiography conference will feature 44 hours of CME! Mark your calendar to join us for this one of a kind cardiovascular ultrasound educational experience. Click here for more information.
Register today to take part in this exciting new educational offering on August 8-10, 2020 that features 44 hours of CME and 90 days of access! The format will be different, but the educational and scientific content will be just as exciting as if we were all together in person.
The three-day live broadcast will include many of the popular sessions from past conferences such as the ASE Presidential Address, State of ASE, the 31st Edler Lecture, Arthur E. Weyman Young Investigator’s Award Competition, 21st Annual Feigenbaum Lecture, Brian Haluska Sonographer Research Award Competition, Educator Summit, and the Value of Echo Summit. New sessions for the ASE 2020 Virtual Experience include Artificial Intelligence and What It Means to You, three Episodes of Care sessions covering coronary disease, mitral valve disease, and cardiomyopathy mechanical circulatory support transplant, and Echo and COVID-19.
There will be sessions from the eleven original session tracks offered during the live broadcast. These tracks include: Circulation, Early Career, Imaging Essentials (including Sonography), Innovation/Technology, Ischemia, Myocardium/Function, Pediatric/Congenital, Perioperative, Point of Care, Special Sessions, and Valves.