Annual Meeting

Register Today for ASGCT's 23rd Annual Meeting in Boston

ASGCT Staff - December 02, 2019

The annual meeting, which will be held May 12-15, 2020 in Boston, will return to a convention center for the first time in seven years.

Registration is now open for ASGCT’s 23rd Annual Meeting, which will be held at the Hynes Convention Center May 12-15, 2020, in Boston. The meeting is the premier event in the field of gene and cell therapy and brings together scientists, physicians, patient advocates, and other stakeholders with the goal of advancing gene and cell therapies to alleviate human disease.

The 23rd Annual Meeting is expected to be the Society’s largest ever, and attendees are encouraged to register early and to reserve their hotel rooms as soon as possible as the latter will sell out well before the meeting. An early registration discount is available through April 10, and groups of five or more are eligible for an additional discount. Pre-Meeting Workshops and the Closing Night Reception can be added to annual meeting registration.

Abstract submission for the meeting is also open and runs through January 29.

International attendees can generate invitation letters online to apply for a VISA immediately after registering or submitting an abstract. More information about registration is available on the annual meeting website.

Hotel blocks for the Sheraton Boston Hotel and Boston Marriott Copley Place are also available now. ASGCT room blocks historically sell out months before the annual meeting, and once the ASGCT block is completely full, there's no guarantee attendees will be able to get the same room rate during the meeting.

Keep checking the annual meeting website, as more details about programming will be posted as they are confirmed. Please contact with any other questions, and we hope to see you in Boston!

Share This Page

Related Articles

Annual Meeting

Submit Your Abstract for ASGCT's 23rd Annual Meeting

ASGCT Staff - November 18, 2019
Annual Meeting

2020 Annual Meeting Website is Now Live

ASGCT Staff - September 09, 2019