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Practical takeaways, hot topics, professional development advice and inspiring first-hand experiences from over 250 speakers.

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Exhibit Hall

Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your products and services to over 1,400 research administrators from over 40 countries.

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To view the concurrent session presentations that have been provided by the speakers, see here.


Join us for the 2019 SRAI Annual Meeting in the heart of San Francisco, "Everybody's Favorite City." Come and experience this vibrant international city by the bay where diverse cultures interact to produce world class cuisines, unforgettable arts and music experiences, and cutting-edge technology. Ride the iconic cable cars "half-way to the stars," get spectacular, panoramic views of the city from the historic Coit Tower or wander the grounds of the surrounding Pioneer Park, and visit the City's many historic landmarks--the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz, and Chinatown, to name a few--or take a few extra days to cross the Bay for an unforgettable northern California wine experience and/or a chance to see first-hand where the California Gold Rush began. There is so much to see and do in and around this marvelous city.

The 2019 Annual Meeting will bring together research administrators from around the world to explore the theme, Leading Change, Inspiring Excellence, and will feature subject matter experts from industry, government, health care organizations, non-profits, and institutions of higher education. We promise a diverse, innovative program for those new to the profession, mid-career research administrators, and high level decision-makers who are also invited to participate in SRAI's Senior Executive Institute.

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco in 2019 where we will converse with our peers, learn from recognized subject matter experts and leaders, and leave inspired by five days of valuable, relevant professional development, education and networking experiences.


Meet the Annual Meeting Co-chairs

Devin Kreuger

Pam Miller

Gayle Walters

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