The International Society for Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM) is dedicated to all aspects of aerosol research in medicine. This includes but is not limited to: Aerosols and Health, Pulmonary Drug Delivery and toxicological aspects of inhaled aerosols.
Become a member of ISAM!!
On-line access to the Journal of Aerosol Medicine and Pulmonary Drug Delivery for the latest, cutting-edge research and review articles on aerosols in medicine.
The membership area includes a networking forum, direct journal access, registered member listing, and numerous presentations from the 2012 Aerosol School and the 2013 ISAM Congress.
ISAM has made a commitment to support young investigators of ISAM by creating a student forum with the aim to create a community amongst those that are interested in aerosol medicine and to facilitate special programs or networking events for the ISAM 2015 meeting. The forum is leaded by Jessica Oakes, Fabian Blank, and Elliot Greenblatt. For more details please login in the Member area.
Discounted registration fees for ISAM Congresses and workshops.
What's New for 2014
AIT-ISAM Joint Conference on:
Inhaled Medications from the Bench to the Bedside: Preclinical, Clinical and Technical Considerations for “First in Human” and Beyond
The first annual joint AIT-ISAM conference was held in Princeton, NJ from September 22-24. The meeting was a collaboration between the Association of Inhalation Toxicology and the International Society of Aerosols in Medicine. The meeting was an outstanding success with varied and high quality presentations delivered on each day. Robust discussion followed the talks emphasizing the audience interest and this was enhanced by the different backgrounds of the audience. The presentations are available for ISAM members in the member area.
ISAM-Woolcock Institute Joint Conference on:
Translating Advances in Understanding Lung Disease into Innovative Inhaled Therapeutics
The focus of the meeting, just completed, was on pediatric respiratory medicine and bioequivalence of Inhaled formulations. The meeting was held in Sydney, Australia on the 25-26th of September. The presentations will be posted on the website and highlights of the conference can be found here.