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AMIA has assembled the most content ever obtained from an Informatics Summit for continuing professional development and learning. Scientific and education content featured at the AMIA 2021 Virtual Informatics Summit is now available as one comprehensive Digital Collection including:

  • Over 100 hours of presentations from AMIA’s translational research-focused conference including content in four major tracks: Bioinformatics, Clinical Research Informatics, Informatics Implementation, and Data Science
  • Opening keynote address from Norman E. “Ned” Sharpless
  • Closing keynote address from Abigail Echo-Hawk
  • Translational Bioinformatics and Data Science Year in Review by Nicholas Tatonetti
  • Clinical Research Informatics and Informatics Implementation Year in Review by Peter Embi
  • 55 sessions including papers, oral presentations, panels, and workshops
  • 100 posters including narrated five-minute overviews recorded by presenters
  • Slides from presentations
  • Access to the 2021 Informatics Summit Proceedings
  • 87.5 hours CME Credit


View the full program schedule and sort through presentations, workshops, panels, posters, and more.


The Virtual Informatics Summit included a keynote each day. Learn more about the speakers.

Event Highlights

Explore special programming offered at the virtual event.


Meet with AMIA leaders and members, old and new. Bring your business cards and make the most of your virtual experience!

DEI Session Highlights

AMIA conducted a special panel titled "JAMIA as a Voice for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Biomedical and Health Informatics, Health Care, and Society."

For Students

AMIA recognized several outstanding scholarly contributions through the 2021 Virtual Informatics Summit Student Paper Competition.


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Digital Collection

Full access to the Digital Collection remains available through March 25, 2022.

  • Member: $975
  • Non-member: $1340
  • Student (member/non-member): $495
  • Upgrade to Virtual Plus: $195

Purchase and/or access the digital collection