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ASHI welcomes you to our 2023 Annual Meeting! The American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics is an international society of professionals dedicated to advancing the science, education and application of immunogenetics and transplant immunology. Our vision is to improve the quality of human life and health through the translation and implementation of scientific innovations to clinical practice.

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  • I have been a member of ASHI for several years and have found it to be an invaluable resource for staying current on the latest research and developments in the field. The society's annual meeting is a highlight of my year, providing a forum for networking and learning from leading experts in the field. Overall, my membership has been a valuable investment in my professional development.
    Ahmed Mostafa, MD, PhD, F(ACHI)
    HLA Lab Director
    Saskatchewan Health Authority
  • I had so much fun at the ASHI annual meeting! This was my first time, as I’m new to the field, and it did not disappoint! The venue was great, but I had the most fun meeting other people in the field.
    Christle Kindberg
  • Calls and virtual meetups can't compete with the quality networking opportunities provided by the Annual Meeting. Where else can you be surrounded by such a talented pool of histocompatibility enthusiasts while sipping on an HLAtte or CrossMatchino?
    Caroline R. Alquist, MD, PhD, F(ACHI)
    Chief Transplant-Services Officer
    Hoxworth Blood Center - University of Cincinnati
  • The conference itself was impressive, from the set-up to the speakers and topics. While I find virtual meetings to be informative, they do not have the same impact as in-person ones. Attending an in-person meeting allows me to interact with my peers, as well as learn about what advancements have been made by the vendors.
    Arielle Turchiarelli
    The Rogosin Institute