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All events take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center unless otherwise noted.


Keynote Speakers Career Fair Workshops Schedule at a Glance

The schedule below is an often-updated, live reflection of the 26th Annual Meeting program. Sessions, talks, and speaker information will be added as it is confirmed. Abstract sessions will be added to the schedule in early April.

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Last update: 3/27/23

Annual Meeting Hours

  • Tuesday, May 16
    7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Wednesday, May 17
    7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Thursday, May 18
    7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Friday, May 19
    7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 20
    7 a.m. - noon



How to Become a Site for AAV Gene Therapy Trials

This workshop is designed to outline the steps needed to become a site for AAV gene therapy trials a...

Accessibility of Gene Therapies: Exploring the Continuum from Patient-Specific to Market Approved Therapies

The advent of recently translated technologies, including antisense oligonucleotides and CRISPR-medi...

The Magic Year - Founders Tips for What to do in Your Last Six Months in Academia and First Six Months in Industry

Spinning a company straight out of academia can be a daunting task for first-time technical founders...

Precise Genome Editing: One Goal, Multiple Avenues

Decades of refinements have made precision gene editing a clinical reality. In this workshop, our sp...

Immune Effector Cells: 2023 and Beyond!

With the goals of reflecting on the advances made over the past decade in adoptive cell therapy (ACT...

Pricing Considerations in Genetic Therapies - Reassessing Access and Privilege

The advent of fully commercialized gene and cell therapies in the last decade has prompted debates a...

Startup Spotlight

Medicaid Coverage and Reimbursement of Cell and Gene Therapies

This session will be tailored to help ASGCT’s Annual Meeting audience (i.e. mostly not Medicaid expe...

N=1 and Beyond: Small Patient Studies to Enable New Therapies for Genetic Disorders

Rapidly evolving advances in gene and cell therapy have led to scientific democratization of therape...

Advances in Gene Therapies to Address Gaps in Veterinary Medicine for our Four-Legged Furry Friends

Companion animals, primarily dogs, have been historically used in translational genetic disease mode...


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Keynote Speakers

We're excited to welcome Jennifer Doudna, PhD; Crystal Mackall, MD; David R. Liu, PhD; and Stanley Riddell, MD to the 26th Annual Meeting!

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