Program Highlights

Program Highlights

Experience the cutting edge of Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology at our scientific program in Chicago.

Engage with top international experts who will present the latest advancements in bronchoscopy, interventional procedures, lung cancer management, minimally invasive approaches, and groundbreaking diagnostics.

Plenary Sessions

State of the Art Review: Peripheral Diagnostic Bronchoscopy with Joe Cicenia, Geroge Cheng

Cryotechnology Applications in Thoracic Oncology with Otis Rickman, Arthur Romero, Catherine Oberg

Management of CAO – Tried and True to Brand New with Aline Zouk, Kevin Kovitz, Christine Argento, Thomas Gildea

Training in Peripheral Bronchoscopy with Hans Lee, Ellen Volker

Diagnosis of Pleural Disease by Pleural Biopsy with Najib M. Rahman, Jessica S. Donington

Risk Prediction of Peripheral Nodules with David E. Ost, Anil Vachani

Diversity and Inclusion in Interventional Pulmonary and Advanced Bronchoscopy with Krystle Pew, Mihir Parikh, Carla Lamb

Abstract Presentations

  • Top Abstract Presenters
  • Abstract Lightning Round Presentations
  • Rapid E-Poster Presentations

Simulation Sessions

In-person hands-on training requires separate registration and will not be recorded or available on the virtual platform. Limited space available. To attend in person, please check availability, and register at reg_aabip23@kenes.com 

  • Tips and Tricks for Optimizing Yield in Peripheral Bronchoscopy
  • Stents – Expanding the horizon – Tips from the Experts
  • Nodule Tracking Platforms for the Early Detection Lung Cancer
  • Fire and Ice – Ablative Modalities Tips
  • Planning and Performing BLVR – Tips from the Experts

AABIP Research Symposium

Special Sessions

Mentorship in IP: It’s a Two-Way Street that Requires Training in Both Directions

Recent peer-reviewed studies show that mentorship plays a critical role in academic success in the STEMM fields, yet only 33% of junior faculty receive formal mentoring.

Formal mentorship is associated with improvements in engagement, burnout, leadership readiness, and overall morale, especially for underrepresented minority faculty.

This seminar will review the evidence that formal mentorship programs build strong faculty and improve academic success rates. An interactive discussion will outline the concepts of training for the mentor and the mentee, and identify resources for building mentorship programs at home institutions.

Mission IP

A knowledge and skills-based competition between teams representing the four geographical regions of the United States

Breakout Sessions

  • Geoffrey McLennan Memorial Lecture

  • Cynthia Ray Humanitarian Lecture

Networking Sessions

Create valuable opportunities for connection, collaboration, and professional relationship-building within the field, fostering knowledge exchange and professional development

Gala and Awards Dinner

Connect, celebrate, and build relationships at an elegant dinner event with industry leaders and peers. Enjoy a buffet dinner, awards ceremony, and DJ.

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