ASE 2019 Hosts Nearly 2,600 Attendees

The ASE 2019 Scientific Sessions just wrapped up in Portland, Oregon, and it was a tremendous success. Chaired by Marielle Scherrer-Crosbie, MD, PhD, FASE, and Sonographer Co-Chair, Lanqi Hua, RDCS, (AE/PE/FE), FASE, nearly 2,600 attendees from 41 countries enjoyed five days of learning that were also packed with exciting networking events. If you attended, click here to learn how to claim your CME. The online library of the sessions will be available for purchase on ASEUniversity.org in July.

ASE 2019 also welcomed investigators from 21 countries around the world who presented their original science during the meeting. Congratulations to the two investigator award competition winners on their excellent achievements.

  • 2019 Arthur E. Weyman Young Investigator’s Award Competition Winner, Nobuyuki Kagiyama, MD, PhD, West Virginia University Heart and Vascular Institute Innovation Center
  • 2019 Brian Haluska Sonographer Research Award Competition Winner, Natalie Edwards, ACS, AMS, FASE, the Prince Charles Hospital, Queensland, Australia

Thank you to all of the investigators who contributed to this year’s scientific program! We hope to see your cutting-edge science at next year’s Scientific Sessions. Abstract submissions will open on October 9, 2019.

Also, a big thank you to everyone who stopped by the ASE Foundation Booth during ASE 2019! Between June 22nd and June 25th, the foundation received $15,103 in donations.

We hope to see you next year in Denver, CO, June 19-23, 2020. Register by July 20th for an additional $30 off the early registration prices.