Where do you see yourself within the AAAAI? In a leadership role? Advancing ideas that matter? Networking with top experts?
If so, belonging to AAAAI constituency groups will help you achieve your goals. These members-only groups are diverse communities connecting members with common interests.
Discuss ideas, develop educational sessions, build partnerships and advance your career. Join your peers by participating in AAAAI assemblies, committees and interest sections.
Assemblies: Groups of AAAAI members organized for a common purpose and established by the AAAAI Board of Directors to denote a specific area of representation or membership category.
Committees: Members who self-select or are appointed by the AAAAI leadership to collaborate, investigate, report on or act upon finite issues related to the allergy / immunology specialty.
Interest sections: Membership communities that advance the knowledge and understanding of broad-based topics and issues within the allergy, asthma and immunology specialty.
Regional, State and Local Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Societies (RSLAAIS): 70 plus independent regional, state and local allergy, asthma and immunology societies who promote, support and advocate for allergist / immunologists at a grassroots level in providing optimal delivery of quality patient care.
Joint Efforts of the AAAAI/ACAAI: From rapid responses to ongoing task forces, there are many instances when the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology join forces.