Welcome to Orlando

Welcome to Orlando

Ayesha N. Zia, MD ASH News Daily Editor-in-Chief The Hebrew word for it is hrh. The Hindus speak of prabodhan. In Chinese, it’s qishi. The teachings of Buddhism discuss bodhi … keihatsu in Japanese. The French use eclaircissement. In my native language, Urdu, it...

Saturday’s Continuing Conversations With the Speakers

Continuing Conversations With the Speakers sessions allow for informal discussions with Scientific Program session speakers that will give interested individuals, especially trainees and junior investigators, increased accessibility both to information on the topic...

ASH News Daily Seeks new Blood

ASH is in search of the next team of authors for the 2020 ASH News Daily. If you are an ASH member (MD or PhD) who has a passion for writing as great as your love for hematology, you may be the right fit. Ideal candidates are proficient, published writers who are...
Your Social Media Guide to #ASH19

Your Social Media Guide to #ASH19

It’s that time of year again, when people start to consider their social media presence during the ASH annual meeting. When it comes to Twitter or Instagram, some users might become a bit more thoughtful or strategic in their use of hashtags. And thanks to the sheer...
The Cure Sickle Cell Initiative: Rewriting an Old Story

The Cure Sickle Cell Initiative: Rewriting an Old Story

The Cure Sickle Cell Initiative (CureSCi; ) was created by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to accelerate the development of treatments aimed at a genetic- based cure for sickle cell disease (SCD), and ASH has partnered with the Initiative in an effort to...

Understanding Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Hematology

The ASH Women in Hematology Working Group invites you to attend a thought-provoking, interactive lecture and reception that looks to recognize the value and impact of women in our field. Julie K. Silver, MD, of Harvard Medical School, will be speaking on Accelerating...

ASH RC Update

The ASH Research Collaborative (ASH RC) is a nonprofit organization established by ASH in 2018 to foster collaborative partnerships to accelerate progress in hematology and improve the lives of people affected by blood diseases. This two-part initiative consists of...
New This Year: Trials in Progress

New This Year: Trials in Progress

New this year, abstracts describing innovative Trials in Progress (TiPs; i.e., trials that have not reached the primary endpoint) will be presented at this year’s ASH annual meeting. TiP abstracts are expected to provide investigators with opportunities to discuss...

Photography Policy

Please make sure you obtain permission from the copyright owner before re-publishing photos you take at the annual meeting. Refrain from flash photography, video recording, and live streaming. Give credit to the author when sharing on social media and respect their...

ASH Store

The ASH Store, located in the West Building, Hall C, of the Orange County Convention Center (map it), offers the latest ASH educational products to aid hematologists in their professional development. Products including the ASH Self-Assessment Program (ASH-SAP), 7th...
Childcare Room

Childcare Room

This year, ASH is providing free childcare for annual meeting attendees! For safety reasons, children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the Exhibit Hall or Poster Hall, or in sessions as it may distract the speakers and other attendees. To help support parents...

ASH Park @ the Plaza

Want a break from the crowds or a change of scenery? Interested in enjoying live music while eating lunch al fresco? ASH Park @ the Plaza is a covered, fresh-air space equipped with seating areas, charging stations, and Wi-Fi, located directly across from the entrance...

ASH Photo Zone (Formerly “Selfie Station”)

Formerly known as the Selfie Station, the ASH Photo Zone features various props and backdrops, which will change daily, that you can use to take a photo with friends and colleagues to capture the excitement of the annual meeting. To take part in the fun, head over to...

Headshot Alley

Need a professional headshot? Maybe you are just starting your career, or perhaps your old headshot needs an update. Headshot Alley is a great opportunity for attendees to have their headshot taken for free! This amenity is located in the Exhibit Hall (Orange County...
Hematology MeetUps

Hematology MeetUps

Attendees can meet one another for informal, impromptu conversations and small meetings in the multiple seating spots located in the lobby areas of the Orange Convention Center. Look for “Hematology MeetUp” areas marked on the campus maps (see ASH News Daily Section...

Second Screen Technology

Second screen technology through Sync allows attendees to view session slides in real time from most personal devices, including smartphones, tablets, and laptop computers. This technology can be especially useful for viewing images that can be difficult to see from...

Collaboration Rooms

Interested in having a professional discussion with colleagues or peers in a private setting during the bustling annual meeting? Reserve a collaboration room! These are small conference rooms for 10 to 20 attendees to meet in a more private space to better facilitate...

ASH Alexa Chat Bot Now Incorporated Into the Annual Meeting App

ASH Alexa provides instant answers to your annual meeting questions, including room information, session times, details about other ASH annual meeting events, and more. Visit one of the ASH Alexa stations located throughout the convention center and speak your...
Discover All That ASH Has to Offer Beyond the Annual Meeting 

Discover All That ASH Has to Offer Beyond the Annual Meeting 

ASH offers many ways for health-care professionals to get involved in the hematology community, stay informed on the latest in the field, and connect with experts and peers. Stop by the ASH booth (#1701) in the Exhibit Hall (map it) to learn about the Society’s...

Visit the Exhibit Hall to Learn About Latest Industry Trends 

Visit the state-of-the-art exhibit hall – Hall WA2 to Hall WB1, West Building, Orange County Convention Center – to see the latest technology and research and to learn about a wide range of products and services offered by the nearly 250 exhibitors present this year....