Bringing together medical ultrasound users of all levels and specialities to learn, network, and share.
AIUM 2022 Annual MeetingYou've been waiting and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) is ready to deliver. The AIUM is excited to be back in-person and back in sunny San Diego for 5 days of learning and networking. With a record number of abstract submissions, a diverse program, and unique educational offerings, AIUM 2022 is the ultrasound event to attend.
You'll Love San Diego!With near-perfect weather and spectacular coastlines, San Diego provides a great backdrop for interacting with your peers between conference events. Enjoy a stroll along the harbor or relax in the historic Gaslamp Quarter, which sits adjacent to the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. Schedule time to visit Balboa Park, which features numerous galleries and performing arts venues as well as the renowned San Diego Zoo. Please be sure to visit the Explore San Diego page to learn more.
Message from the AIUM PresidentWatch a short video invitation about the benefits of attending AIUM 2022 from Levon N. Nazarian, MD, FAIUM, FACR.
General Session Speakers
President, American Medical Association
Gerald E. Harmon, MD, a family medicine specialist having practiced for more than 30 years in coastal South Carolina, became 176th president of the AMA in June 2021. Dr. Harmon is an adviser to the board of trustees for his community health system and is vice president in a multispecialty physician practice.
Physician and Bestselling Author
Abraham Verghese is Professor and Vice Chair for the Theory and Practice of Medicine at Stanford University Medical School. He is also a best-selling author of the novels Cutting for Stone and My Own Country: A Doctor’s Story. Dr. Verghese is a physician with a reputation for his focus on healing in an era where technology often overwhelms the human side of medicine.
|Thank you to the hundreds of authors who submitted a record-number of abstracts. We appreciate your patience as the process for final selection is taking a little longer than anticipated.
We will notify everyone of the status of their submissions in early January.