Corporate Support and Exhibit Opportunities
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) has been the leader in the specialty of plastic surgery for more than 75 years. ASPS and The Plastic Surgery Foundation (The PSF) have long been recognized as the leading medical society and teaching institution for cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgeons.
ASPS invites corporations, foundations and all those who share our values to participate in a wide range of marketing, promotional and exhibit opportunities that support the continuing education of our world-class member surgeons and public awareness campaigns.
Download the quick reference brochure: 2019 Corporate Support Opportunities
Our quick reference brochure for 2020 is now available: 2020 Corporate Support Opportunities
NYRSPS Annual Meeting
October 26, 2019 | New York, NY
Audience: New York Region Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons, Residents, Practice Managers and Allied Health Professionals
Expected Attendance: 175
VASPS Annual Meeting
November 22-23, 2019 | Leesburg, VA
Audience: Virginia Region Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons, Residents, Practice Managers and Allied Health Professionals
Expected Attendance: 100
WPS Enrichment Retreat
February 6-9, 2020 | Nashville, TN
Audience: Female Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons
Expected Attendance: 50
MWSPS Annual Meeting
February 27‐March 1, 2020 | Snowmass Village, CO
Audience: Mountain West Region Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons, Residents, Practice Managers and Allied Health Professionals
Expected Attendance: 100
ASPS Spring Meeting
March 12-14, 2020 | New Orleans, LA
Audience: Plastic Surgeons, Residents, Allied Health Personnel
Expected Attendance: 500
Oral & Written Board Preparation Course
Summer 2020 | Chicago, IL
Audience: Plastic Surgeons in Residency, Plastic Surgeons in Practice
Expected Attendance: 125-150 Residents and Fellows
Plastic Surgery The Meeting
October 16-19, 2020 | San Francisco, CA
Audience: Plastic Surgeons, Residents, Medical Students, Allied Medical Professionals
Expected Attendance: 3,300
NYRSPS Annual Meeting
September 26, 2020 | New York, NY
Audience: New York Region Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons, Residents, Practice Managers, Allied Health Professionals
Insights from Industry Online Education
Provide education to ASPS members about your direct product information with this online webinar series. The content will be hosted alongside ASPS education in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons Education Network and can be used as education or market research.
Enhance Your Practice Podcast
Presented by ASPS University
Join ASPS as we launch a new podcast series on practice management, to be available in both the Apple and Android podcast stores. More and more, we are absorbing information in small clips of audio. Whether driving in our cars or walking around the block, listening to podcasts is becoming an extremely popular pastime.
Resident Education Center
The Resident Education Center (REC) has been integrated into the curricula of most U.S.-based training programs for several years. The REC includes 88 modules of plastic surgery self-study content covering the breadth of plastic surgery practice.
You. And The Plastic Surgery Foundation.
Support The Plastic Surgery Foundation as our members stand proud for what they do. The Plastic Surgery Foundation is creating a digital advertising campaign with the theme of "You. And The Plastic Surgery Foundation." The goal of the campaign is not only to educate the public regarding the depth and breadth of plastic surgery, but also to generate awareness for The Plastic Surgery Foundation as a non-profit organization worthy of philanthropic support. Through this engaging social media campaign, The Plastic Surgery Foundation asks and answers: "Who makes these innovations possible? You. And The Plastic Surgery Foundation."
Breast Reconstruction Awareness Campaign
The Breast Reconstruction Awareness campaign is sponsored by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and The Plastic Surgery Foundation (The PSF). The Breast Reconstruction Awareness Campaign educates, engages and empowers women to make the reconstruction decision that is best for them following a diagnosis with breast cancer. The primary campaign goal is to educate women, family members, caregivers and the media that the breast cancer loop remains open until a woman is informed of her breast reconstruction options.
Research and Training Grants
The Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF) supports investigators from the beginning of their careers, during residency, on up to well-established plastic surgeons by offering a comprehensive research grant program focused entirely on advancing innovation and clinical practice in Plastic Surgery.
Registries and Clinical Studies
The Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF) and American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) are facilitating evidence-based medicine and quality improvement by bringing together plastic surgeons, other specialists, and government leaders who seek to answer important questions that can best be addressed through broad registry participation. The Plastic Surgery Registries Network (PSRN), the registry suite of ASPS/PSF, has been actively collecting plastic surgery data since 2002.
Graduate Research Scholarship
The purpose of the Graduate Research Scholarship is to provide tuition support to a plastic surgeon in his/her pursuit of an advanced degree in research. A financial award up to $25,000 will be given an applicant affiliated with an accredited plastic surgery program who has demonstrated a commitment to advancing the public's health through their pursuit of an advanced research degree (ex. MPH, MS, PhD).
Clinical Research Leaders Scholarship
The purpose of this program is to enhance the training of ASPS members in clinical research to better prepare them to lead the ASPS and the specialty and to build an expert workforce with networks of colleagues in their fields of interest who are prepared to successfully compete for grants and who can capably lead ASPS/PSF research initiatives.
Distinguished Career Research Award
This award recognizes outstanding achievements in research that have advanced the specialty of plastic surgery. It is meant to recognize a plastic surgeon whose novel and significant work over their career has had far-reaching impact on the practice of plastic surgery. The award started in 2015, and has since been awarded to such leaders in plastic surgery research as Elof Erikkson, MD, PhD and Michael Longaker, MD, MBA.