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The AMIA Annual Symposium is the world’s premier meeting for the research and practice of biomedical and health informatics. The meeting gathers the whole AMIA community of students and professionals, plus academic and corporate members, and government and non-profit partners.  

The Annual Symposium agenda includes more than 600 presentations, panels, posters, plenaries, keynotes, exhibition, roundtables, showcases, special events and networking opportunities.

The Annual Symposium attracts 2,000+ attendees and serves a multidisciplinary, interprofessional community.

  • Clinical and health informatics professionals -- physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, and other clinicians
  • Translational and clinical informatics scientists, researchers and educators
  • Biomedical and health science librarians
  • Advanced students pursuing a career in informatics
  • Developers, computer, artificial intelligence and data scientists
  • Government officials and policymakers
  • Consultants and industry professionals

Upcoming Symposium

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November 9-13, 2024

San Francisco, CA

The AMIA Annual Symposium is the world’s premier meeting for the research and practice of biomedical and health informatics.
Building on more than 45 years of sharing research and insights for leveraging health information and cutting-edge technologies to improve human health, this annual event draws more than 2,000 informaticians from across the nation and around the world.

 

Past Symposiums

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November 11-15, 2023

New Orleans, LA

The AMIA Annual Symposium is the world’s premier meeting for the research and practice of biomedical and health informatics building on more than 45 years of sharing research and insights for leveraging health information and cutting-edge technologies to improve human health
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November 5-9, 2022

Washington, DC

The Annual Symposium will build on more than 45 years of sharing research and insights for leveraging health information and cutting-edge technologies to improve human health. Scientific evidence is the language of trust in healthcare, and this year’s theme is Informatics: Building the Evidence Base.