The ATA continues to be successful largely because of its volunteers. Many thanks to all of you who have given to this organization in the past and who have agreed to serve again this year.
The annual meeting marks the start of a new year and an opportunity to present our research and connect with long-time friends. I want to thank Amy Hageman and her committee for developing a great set of ATA sessions at the 2018 Annual Meeting in San Diego. The annual meeting also gave us the opportunity to celebrate our members’ achievements in research, teaching and service. The following ATA members were recognized at the ATA lunch at the Annual Meeting: