Mark your calendar now and plan to join us for the AABB Annual Meeting! Join approximately 6,000 attendees and attend over 120 educational sessions, review approximately 700 scientific and administrative abstracts and visit an exhibit hall filled with nearly 200 companies. As the premier event for the transfusion medicine and cellular therapies industry, attendees will learn the latest in transfusion medicine and cellular therapies, advance their career, explore state-of-the-art products and services and network with colleagues.
With 6,500 domestic and international attendees, the AABB Annual Meeting attracts CEOs and medical directors, laboratory supervisors and administrators, transfusion specialists, cellular therapy and blood banking professionals, medical technologists, donor recruiters, physicians and nurses.
The AABB Annual Meeting is the premier global event for blood banking, transfusion medicine and cellular therapy professionals that delivers science, education and innovation to 6,000 annual meeting attendees. This event meets the needs of the blood banking, transfusion medicine and cellular therapy communities worldwide. If your goal is to reach the decision makers in these communities, exhibiting at the AABB Annual Meeting is where your company needs to be. The exhibit hall is an extension of the educational programming of the annual meeting and, as an exhibitor, your opportunity to enhance attendee awareness about your products and services.
AABB advances the practice and standards of transfusion medicine and cellular therapies to optimize patient and donor care and safety. Established in 1947, AABB (formerly known as the American Association of Blood Banks) is an international, not-for-profit association dedicated to the advancement of science and the practice of transfusion medicine and cellular therapies. The association is committed to improving health by developing and delivering standards, accreditation and educational programs and services to optimize patient and donor care and safety. AABB membership consists of nearly 2,000 institutions and 8,000 individuals, including physicians, nurses, scientists, researchers, administrators, medical technologists and other health care providers. Members are located in more than 80 countries.