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Centennial Shield

In Collaboration with

American Society of Extracorporeal Technology
AATS Centennial
Celebrating 100 Years of Modeling Excellence

April 29 – May 3, 2017
Boston Hynes Convention Center
Boston, MA, USA

Reflecting on the Past.
Building Our Future.
Always Learning.

Thoralf M. Sundt, III Thoralf M. Sundt, III
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, MA

Robert D. Jaquiss Robert D. Jaquiss
Duke University
Durham, NC
Bryan F. Meyers Bryan F. Meyers
Washington University
St. Louis, MO

Join us in Boston as the AATS Celebrates its Centennial
Attendees will come together at this historic meeting to enjoy activities, events, view historical artifacts and memorabilia to commemorate the first 100 years of the AATS and the specialty of cardiothoracic surgery.

Celebrate How Far we have Come The Centennial officially begins with the Welcome Reception in our Exhibit Hall (Sunday, April 30).

Celebrate our Leadership “In the Words of the Presidents” a commemorative text which contains personal reminisces from the most recent Past Presidents of the AATS, and will be provided to all professional attendees.

Celebrate our Specialty This one in a lifetime Centennial Gala will be at the famed Wang Theatre in the heart of Boston. This black tie affair will include a cocktail reception, sit-down dinner on the stage, and performances from local musicians representation prestigious Boston institutions (Monday, May 1). Gala seating is extremely limited. Tickets will be available in Fall 2016 with priority to AATS members.

Celebrate our History “In the Beginning” a documentary film provides an in-depth look at the formative years and challenges faced in cardiothoracic surgery and also includes interviews with Past Presidents and members of the Centennial Committee.


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