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NCI has exhibited at the following professional meetings.

ORGANIZATION TYPICAL CONFERENCE TIME ATTENDEES
American Association for Cancer Research, AACR March / April Approximately 25,000 laboratory scientists, clinical investigators, pre-clinical pharmacologists, molecular biologists, geneticists, immunologists, immunotherapists, and tumor biologists/biochemists.
American Society of Clinical Oncology, ASCO May / June Approximately 33,000 physicians, researchers, oncologists, and international visitors.
Biotechnology Industry Organization: BIO International Convention, BIO June / July Approximately 21,000 business leaders, scientists, executives, investors and industry leaders who are the drivers behind new medicines, fuels, materials, foods, processes, etc.
Oncology Nursing Society, ONS April / May Approximately 13,000 oncology nurses, care givers, educators, patients, and health care providers.
National Medical Association, NMA July / August Approximately 3,000 total in attendance. NMA’s membership is primarily comprised of African American physicians, patients, nurses, educators, health care professionals, health policy advocates, and medical students.
Union for International Cancer Control: UICC World Cancer Congress, UICC August Approximately 3,000 physicians, researchers, oncologists, international visitors, healthcare providers, and public health specialists. Mostly international attendees from Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
American Academy for Family Physicians, AAFP September / October Approximately 9,000 doctors/physicians, health professionals. AAFP members are family practice physicians holding M.D. and/or D.O. degrees that practice various family-care medical fields such as biological, behavioral, and social. These family doctors treat and deal with many different fields that include blood disorders, women’s health, ear, nose and throat, emergent/urgent care, mental health, and geriatrics. Also attending were physicians’ assistants and nurses, and healthcare professionals.
American Association of Retired Persons, AARP September / October Approximately 25,000 doctors/physicians, family practice physicians, and advocacy/service groups specializing in providing various services and products serving retired individuals ages 50 and over. There were also patients and members of the general public.
American Public Health Association, APHA November Approximately12,000 healthcare professionals, students of public health, public health educators, researchers, and advocacy representatives.
American Society for Radiation Oncology, ASTRO November Approximately 9,200 physicians, radiologists, researchers, therapists, oncologists, and international attendees. 12,729 total attendees.
Radiological Society of North America, RSNA November / December Approximately 60,000 healthcare professionals and industry personnel from more than 100 countries focusing on many specialties and disciplines within radiology and the entire healthcare arena.
American Society of Hematology, ASH December Approximately 25,000 national and international hematologists, oncologists, AIDS and leukemia specialists, and some M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H students.


PostHeaderIcon LOANER PROGRAM ORGANIZATIONS

NCI has recently exhibited at the following professional meetings.

ORGANIZATION TYPICAL CONFERENCE TIME ATTENDEES
National Cancer Registrar's Association, NCRA April / May Approximately 1200-1600 attendees, primarily Cancer Registrars. The educational content and programs offered at our annual conference reflect current trends and essential information that is important for anyone who works in the profession of Cancer Registry, cancer data collection, methods, surveys and research.
Society for Public Health Education Midyear Conference, SOPHE April / May Approximately 500 health education and health promotion professionals to include: research institutes, academia, national health organizations, policy/advocacy groups, community organizations, media, faith-based organizations, and federal, state, and tribal governments.
International Society on Complementary Medicine Research, ISCMR April / May Approximately 200 researchers, clinicians, experts and health policy makers worldwide, promoting the research on Complementary and Integrative Medicine.
North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, Inc., NAACCR June Approximately 375-400 cancer researchers and surveillance professionals are expected to attend. These include NAACCR members from Canada and the United States as well as representatives from government agencies, hospitals, and medical associations. Specifically the types of attendees that attend are central cancer registry directors and other registry staff including CTRs; epidemiologists; researchers; IT personnel; and cancer registry software vendors.
Society of Epidemiologic Research, SER June Approximately 1,500 - 1,700 epidemiologists, public health care professionals, researchers, and doctors.
American Psychological Association, APA August Approximately 11,000 researchers, psychologists, healthcare providers, public health specialists, and students.
ASCO-NCI-EROTC Molecular Makers in Cancer October / November Approximately 500 clinicians, pathologists, laboratory scientists, statisticians, and representatives from the pharmaceutical industry who are interested or involved in the rapidly advancing field of cancer markers and their application in the assessment of prognosis, treatment selection, and agent development.
Society for Integrative Oncology, SIO November Approximately 400 attendees whose disciplines include: medical practitioner, researchers, nurses, and other cancer care and treatment professional.
American Medical Informatics Association, AMIA October / November Approximately 2,400 healthcare researchers, doctors, nurses, and hospital CIOs.
National Communication Association, NCA November The annual convention has over 1,200 educational sessions central to communication research, pedagogy, and practice. Over 5,000 participants and knowledge presenters attend and/or participate.
Society of Personality and Social Psychology, SPSP January Approximately 3,000 national and international researchers, teachers, and administrators representing all fields related to personality and social psychology.
American College of Preventive Medicine, ACPM February This one-of-a-kind conference brings together 800-1,000 medical leaders in the fields of preventive medicine and lifestyle medicine.
American Society of Preventive Oncology, ASPO February Approximately 300 health professionals providing cancer prevention information to scientific, public health and governmental organizations and agencies, and to private industrial and labor organizations.