Registration is now open for AAE15, the annual meeting of the American Association of Endodontists, taking place May 6-9 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. The AAE’s annual meeting is the most comprehensive endodontic education summit, vendor exhibition, and networking opportunity in the world.ADDITIONAL READING |American Association of Endodontists announces new executive director “AAE15 will provide our members and guests with outstanding education, entertainment, and networking events,” said AAE President Dr. Robert S. Roda. “Our program will focus on future trends and growth to help practitioners prepare for the next generation of advancements in the art and science of endodontics.” AAE15 offers more than 100 high-quality educational sessions in a variety of tracks including "Future Directions on Nonsurgical Root Canal Treatment, Surgical Endodontics – What Lies Ahead, and Where Will Biology and Technology Take Endodontics." Attendees also can register for hands-on workshops featuring leading experts in microsuturing, cone beam-computed technology, and resorption. In addition, AAE15 includes the largest endodontic exhibit hall in the world, with nearly 100 vendors offering the latest in endodontic equipment, materials, and supplies. Consistent with the meeting’s future-looking theme, the keynote speaker for AAE15 is Dr. Michio Kaku, best-selling author of "The Future of the Mind," who will share his vision for the future of science and technology during the General Session. Other special events include the President’s Breakfast, Louis I. Grossman Ceremony, recognizing the newest dDiplomates of the American Board of Endodontics, and the Edgar D. Coolidge Luncheon, honoring the AAE’s 2015 award winners. To view the entire meeting schedule and register, visit www.aae.org/AAE15. Dental professionals who join the AAE receive a member discount on meeting registration of more than 40%. Learn more about AAE membership at www.aae.org/join. You can also connect with the AAE through the AAE Facebook page, the AAE YouTube channel, and Twitter. For more information about the American Association of Endodontists, visit their website.