Please note: The abstract deadline has passed and we are no longer accepting submissions.
A New Version of Our App is Now Available for Download
We are pleased to advise you that the ASLMS mobile app has been upgraded with many new features that will make electronically accessing and scheduling your conference content incredibly easy, including:
Download sessions and speakers to calendar: Closer to the conference you will be able to drill down to the speaker level and add to your calendar; this feature will enable you to build a calendar precisely to your needs.
Send questions to the podium: In many of the sessions, we will offer audience members the ability to send a question to the moderator via the app, versus waiting in line at the microphone to ask your question!
Abstracts will be available to view on the app during the conference. The abstracts will be searchable for easy access.
Enhanced Hotel, Area Attractions, and Restaurant information. Keep on top of all the area has to offer!
Push notifications during the conference will enable you to stay up to date with activities.
Year round membership features are now provided, including access to the Lasers in Surgery and Medicine Journal, eCademy, and membership renewal.
Download the app today and get ready to take your conference experience to the next level!
The Latest Issue of Light Reader Now Available Online
Now you can view it online as a FlipBook or download the PDF version and read it offline.
ASLMS recognizes and honors women in energy-based devices with the establishment of the ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices Group. Our focus is women from all specialties involved in ASLMS which includes scientists, clinicians and allied health practitioners.
Charles Townes, Ph.D., the Nobel Prize-winning physicist credited with helping invent the laser, passed away Tuesday at the age of 99. Dr. Townes was an honorary member of the ASLMS. He was honored at the 30th Anniversary of the ASLMS Annual Conference in 2010 for his lifetime achievements in the field of laser research. Dr. Townes spoke on, “How Do New Things Happen? Origins of the Laser.”
Listen to Audio Clip of Dr. Townes at the 2010 Annual Conference, with an introduction by R. Rox Anderson, M.D.
The ASLMS Preceptorship Program provides a unique opportunity for ASLMS
members who are early in their career to learn new techniques and
perspectives in lasers and other energy based technologies, observe a
successful practice in action and develop valuable career networks.