ASPHO Annual Meeting — 29th Annual Meeting
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29th Annual Meeting Highlights

ASPHO invites you to the 29th Annual Meeting in Minneapolis! The 2016 meeting will be held at the downtown Hyatt Regency Minneapolis May 11–14, 2016.

Come connect with the pediatric hematology/oncology community! Hear experts share new discoveries and recommendations, network with your peers, and take advantage of professional development, educational, and certification opportunities.

Who should attend the Annual Meeting? Sessions reflect the diversity of the profession and address issues that affect

• subspecialists from every sector of the pediatric hematology/oncology profession

• hospitalists, physician assistants, advanced nurse practitioners, and other advanced practice providers

• early, midcareer, and veteran specialists

• U.S. and international-based specialists.

Gain new and advanced knowledge to maintain your professional development with these conference highlights

• Presidential symposium on innovation in pediatric neuro-oncology

• Invited speakers John Maris, MD; John Wagner, MD; and Wendy Landier, PhD CRNP, will present their cuttingedge research in the areas of bone marrow transplant, outcomes/quality improvement, and solid tumors

• Award presentations, including the newly established George R. Buchanan Lectureship Award

• Two poster sessions

• Maintenance of certification opportunities

• 21.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

New this year!

• Welcome reception for first-time attendees and international guests

• George R. Buchanan Lectureship Award presentation

• Robert J. Arceci Innovation Award announcement

• Best of COG platform session

Connect with your professional community!

Opportunities abound to network with your peers.

The Early Career Roundtable, receptions in the exhibit hall, speed mentoring, special interest groups, and the third annual 5K Fun Run/Walk are just some of the ways you can enjoy building relationships with colleagues.


Known as “The City of Lakes,” Minneapolis has 22 lakes within city limits, excellent shopping (with no sales tax on apparel and shoes), fine dining, and cultural institutions.