Our LIVE Annual Business Meeting was held on Wednesday April 14, 2021 from 4:00-5:30pm (Eastern Time)

Click here to review the Annual Reports & In Memorium

Click here to view the Annual Business Meeting Agenda

Whether you have registered or not, check out the format and get oriented to the Virtual Platform here

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Drawing of a video conference with a fossil hominid skull named Lucy, a chimpanzee named Pan, a double helix named Helix, and a lemur named Catta

Meeting Highlights:

  • Live events run from April 7-28, 2021
  • All scientific presentations will be pre-recorded and available to view when it's convenient for you starting April 5, 2021. Sessions are a mix of poster and podium/video presentations clustered by research topic.
  • Each scientific session includes a live webinar with all presenters.
  • No concurrent scientific sessions-- you can attend them all live, or watch the recordings later.
  • Social events where you can casually connect with colleagues and friends are scheduled throughout the meeting.
  • We will gather for receptions and award ceremonies to celebrate the great work of our members.
  • The Annual Business Meeting will bring us together to note the year's accomplishments, plan for the future, and vote on the proposed name change!

Interested in attending the meeting? Click on this link to register

Have questions about your registration or being an exhibitor? Please email the AAPA Business Headquarters.

Have questions about your abstract or meeting events? Please email the AAPA Vice President and Program Committee Chair.

This link will take you to a PDF of the full program.

Annual Reports & In Memoria

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