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Stat October 25, 2017

50 Years of Research in ARDS

To mark the 50th anniversary of the description of acute respiratory distress syndrome, the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine is publishing a series of review articles and editorials written by those who contributed to, and continue to generate, knowledge of this syndrome. These articles explore the history, state of the art, and future advances in the understanding of the physiology, epidemiology, and treatment of this condition. View the collection.

Oct. 22‒28 is Lung Transplant Week at ATS

The American Thoracic Society and the Lung Transplant Foundation would like to welcome you to Lung Transplant week at the ATS. The following resources include contributions from our experts — Jeff Goldstein of the Lung Transplant Foundation, a PAR partner; and Eileen Collins, PhD, RN, an ATS leader.

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Register Today for the ATS Research Core Training Webinar / Podcast Series!

The ATS invites you to listen in on the first episode of the Research Core Training webinar and podcast series, "How to Make the Most of Your Research Mentor." All trainees in the early stages of research training are invited to attend the free webinar on Monday, Nov. 13. Learn more and register here.

Nov. 26 Deadline for New Fellows Distinction and Rich Award

The ATS is now offering the ATS Fellow designation to members who meet the criteria. This is a mark of distinction that confers recognition on members for their accomplishments, dedication, and contributions to the Society, as well as to the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.

See the full application guidelines.

The Elizabeth A. Rich, MD Award is presented to an outstanding woman in the ATS who has made significant contributions to the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. The award is presented in honor of Elizabeth A. Rich, MD, a respected ATS member, mentor, and peer who died tragically at the age of 46 years old. The award recognizes Dr. Rich’s dedication and contributions to the field of lung disease research, and her position as a female role model and mentor.

Begin a nomination.