Online Registration is Now Closed!

Full Conference:
If you have a question about your registration, please call us at (202) 780-1655 before 3:00 pm on Wednesday, July 11, 2018. After 3:00 pm on Wednesday, July 11, you will need to register on-site.

On-site registration will open at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center at 5:00 pm on Thursday, July 12.  Before traveling to the hotel, please visit our website at  WorldBronch.com/Driving-Parking-Info for very important information for directions and parking information on campus.

Patient Session:
If you have a question about your registration, please call us at (202) 780-1655 before 3:00 pm on Wednesday, July 11, 2018. After 3:00 pm on Wednesday, July 11, you will need to register on-site.

On-site registration will open at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center at 12:00 pm on Saturday, July 14.  Before traveling to the hotel, please visit our website at  WorldBronch.com/Driving-Parking-Info for very important information for directions and parking information on campus.


We look forward to seeing you this Thursday, July 12-14, at the 3rd World Bronchiectasis Conference at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. The Conference is a focused, cutting-edge gathering of the world’s experts on bronchiectasis and nontuberculous mycobacterial lung infections.  Highlights include presentations of the most up to date research on disease mechanisms in bronchiectasis, including new understandings on the role of inflammation, infection and the microbiome.  Clinical topics will include sessions on the diagnosis and treatment of bronchiectasis and NTM infections, including small group, case-based presentations specifically aimed at understanding the role of airway clearance, anti-inflammatory treatments and antibiotics.

Saturday morning, July 14th will be focused on the management of patients with nontuberculous mycobacterial lung infections and will be of particular interest to pulmonologists and infectious disease practitioners who treat patients with these challenging infections.

The meeting brings together the expertise of the US Bronchiectasis Research Registry and the European Bronchiectasis Registry (EMBARC) principal investigators as well as experts from Canada, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.  This program will benefit the entire healthcare team who care for patients with bronchiectasis and NTM infections including pulmonologists, infectious disease physicians, pharmacists, nurses and respiratory care practitioners.

 

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