ASTRO's Annual Meeting is the premier radiation oncology scientific event in the world and draws more than 11,000 attendees each year. During the Annual Meeting, we will highlight science that showcases how technology and biology advance the field and improve patient outcomes and quality of life.
As the largest radiation oncology society in the world, the ASTRO Annual Meeting is the primary opportunity for attendees to receive state-of-the-art continuing medical education and learn about the latest products and services in cancer treatment and care. As an exhibitor at the ASTRO Annual Meeting, you will have the chance to network with thousands of health care professionals with significant buying influence who are shaping the field of radiation oncology.
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At the ASTRO Annual Meeting, 75 percent of registrants attend specifically to visit companies in the Exhibit Hall to evaluate and compare exhibitor products and services for future purchase.
Eighty-one percent of attendees describe their role in purchasing as being the final decision maker, specifying suppliers or recommending purchases.
As a result of visiting the Exhibit Hall, 47 percent of attendees plan to try a product or purchase capital equipment.
Who We Are
Radiation oncologists, medical physicists, dosimetrists, radiation therapists, radiation oncology nurses and nurse practitioners, biologists, physician assistants and practice administrators comprise ASTRO’s more than 10,500 members, making it the largest radiation oncology organization of its kind. These medical professionals, found at hospitals, cancer treatment centers and academic research facilities around the globe, make up the radiation therapy treatment teams that are critical in the fight against cancer. Together, these teams, treat more than 1 million cancer patients each year.
ASTRO provides members with the continuing medical education, health policy analysis, patient information resources and advocacy that they need to succeed in today’s ever-changing health care delivery system.