The American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting is held each fall in a major U.S. or Canadian city and attracts over 7,000 scientific attendees, plus almost 250 exhibiting companies, which makes it the world’s largest gathering of human genetics professionals.
Highlights include invited symposia; plenary, platform, and poster sessions; education/trainee workshops; career opportunities and networking events; and public policy sessions. ASHG members and leading scientists from around the world are selected to present their research findings. Abstracts of work submitted and accepted for presentation are published and citable online. The abstract deadline is in early June each year.
Registration at the Annual Meeting includes access to hundreds of presentations and to online webcast recordings of selected sessions as well as admission to exhibits on the latest laboratory equipment, products, publications and software.
Don't miss your chance to be a part of the largest genetics meeting in the world.
ASHG exhibit hall gives your company the opportunity to boost your brand and connect with both new and existing customers. The exhibit hall is also home to over 3,000 posters, so your booth will see thousands of potential customers.
ASHG attracts over 6,500 genetics professionals each year, plus you: the exhibitor. ASHG is the world’s largest meeting in genetics; no other genetics conference domestic or international attracts more participants.
ASHG Brings Attendees to Exhibits!
• All poster sessions in Exhibit Hall, surrounding exhibits on all sides for maximum traffic flow
• Lunch in Exhibit Hall
• Coffee breaks in Exhibit Hall
• Passport program for prizes in Exhibit Hall
• Refreshments during Poster Sessions
The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG), founded in 1948, is the primary professional membership organization for human genetics specialists worldwide. The Society’s nearly 8,000 members include researchers, academicians, clinicians, laboratory practice professionals, genetic counselors, nurses and others who have a special interest in the field of human genetics. Our members work in a wide range of settings, including universities, hospitals, institutes, and medical and research laboratories.