Online Resources

Stay up-to-date on everything related to cardiovascular ultrasound through the many online resources provided to members. Echo Headlines is delivered four times a week and includes articles of interest in the news related to the field. ASE also provides The Echo, a weekly eNewsletter, monthly communications on Education, the ASE Foundation, member benefits, and more.

The Echo, weekly e-Newsletters

Delivered every Wednesday, this email includes ASE news and education to keep you informed about changes in the industry and upcoming events.

Echo Headlines

A news bulletin, developed in partnership with BulletinHealthcare, is delivered directly to members’ inboxes on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings. This news service is designed to keep members up-to-date on the most current medical, policy, and research news related to cardiovascular ultrasound.

ASE Foundation

The ASE Foundation is ASE’s charitable arm, helping to assure the viability and visibility of cardiovascular ultrasound.

The Foundation was created in 2003 to fund initiatives, like scholarships and guidelines-based projects, not supported by membership dues. The scope and success of these projects are completely dependent on donor giving. To secure the funding needed to realize these goals, we look to ASE members, the greater community of health care providers, corporate and industry partners, and other foundations. Each year we establish a fundraising goal and embark on an Annual Appeal to achieve it. Questions? Contact Mary Carmody.

Not a member yet? Join Today!

ASE membership is open to all those interested in cardiovascular ultrasound. Founded in 1975, ASE is the largest global organization serving as the leader and advocate for physicians, sonographers, scientists, veterinarians, nurses, and students. We are setting practice standards and guidelines for the field and are committed to advancing cardiovascular ultrasound to improve lives.

Interested in membership for everyone in your lab? Complete the Organizational Members application. For more information about how to make one payment for everyone in your lab to be an ASE member, contact Christine Gil at

Want to renew your membership to maintain your access to these valuable benefits? Log in to your ASE Member Portal.