You are invited to join the scientists, researchers and clinicians who will present their work at the premier international meeting in the field of medical lasers and energy-based technologies.Select from one of 13 categories.
Resident/Fellow Abstract and Travel Grant Deadline: November 1, 2015
The Latest Issue of Light Reader is Now Available
And it's New and Improved!
We are very excited to share the latest Light Reader with you. Why? Because we reformatted it, gave it a facelift, and packed it full of great information. We even added several videos, including the Conference Wrap-Up Session from Laser 2015. Check it out for yourself!
We'd love to hear what you think. Like it? Not so much? Your opinion matters, so please let us know. And if you have a piece of interesting news or a great article you'd like to share with your fellow ASLMS members, send it our way and we'll take a look at it. Have an idea for a topic to include in future publications? Let us know that too.
IYL2015 is a global initiative adopted by the United Nations to raise
awareness of how optical technologies promote sustainable development
and provide solutions to worldwide challenges in energy, education,
agriculture, communications and health.
Laser 2015 International Year of Light Speaker - Dr. Tran
ASLMS member and co-founder of the Vietnam Vascular Anomalies Center,
Thanh-Nga Tran, M.D., Ph.D., was the International Year of Light
(IYL2015) speaker at our 2015 Annual Conference. She relayed her mission
and experiences to help children with disfiguring vascular
ASLMS Mobile App Now Offers Year-Round Membership Features
While the newly updated app is packed with great conference features, it also provides members with year-round direct access to:
Lasers in Surgery and Medicine journal
Light Reader newsletter
Physician Locator Services
Download the app and start enjoying the new member features today!
ASLMS Women In Energy-Based Devices Group
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.