International Academy of Aviation and Space Medicine
Académie Internationale de Médecine Aéronautique et Spatiale
The International Academy sponsors an International Congress on an annual basis with the location rotating to various countries around the world. Upcoming Congresses are listed below. The Congress always features The André Allard Memorial Lecture instituted to honor Dr. André Allard, the seventh President of the Academy 1971-1973. A biography of Dr. Allard is available below. The document also includes a full list of past Allard lecturers.
The next "in-person" Academy Congress will on 22-24 September 2022, in Paris. It will be held in collaboration with the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), the European Society of Aerospace Medicine (ESAM) and the French Society of Aviation and Space Medicine (SOFRAMAS) as part of the International Conference of Aerospace Medicine (ICAM 2022). More information will be made available in due course.
ICAM 2021 is being provided as a virtual conference consisting of a series of webinars created and hosted in collaboration with AsMA, ESAM and SOFRAMAS. The next webinars will be organised by the French Society of Aviation and Space Medicine (SOFRAMAS) on 23 (in French) and 30 (in English) September 2021. More information is available at:
ICASM 2019 was held in Debrecen, Hungary, 8 - 12 September 2019 (photos availble - click on the link)
ICASM 2018 was held in Bangkok, Thailand, 11-15 November 2018.
ICASM 2017 was held in Rome, Italy, 10-14 September 2017
For those individuals/countries who are interested in organizing an International Congress with International Academy of Aviation and Space Medicine sponsorship, please download the Instructions for Congress Organizers. In addition, the Academy has produced a PowerPoint presentation of facts regarding the Academy. Please View or download the file for more information.
The André Allard Memorial Lecture, which is given by a named speaker at the beginning of each Congress, was instituted in 1980 to honour Dr. André Allard, the seventh President of the Academy (1971 - 1973). For more information please click the link.