Scientific Program at the Annual Meeting
Watch for more information about the 62nd AAN Annual Meeting in Fall 2009.
The AAN Annual Meeting brings together more than 10,000 neuroscience professionals for one of the world's largest neurology gatherings. It has long been a leading showcase for the latest developments in scientific research, and a place to honor peers at the forefront of this work.
Opportunities in neuroscience include:
- Scientific Program Abstracts
This groundbreaking Scientific Program features more than 1,600 abstracts on over 20 topics in clinical and basic science research.
View Abstracts from the 2009 Annual Meeting
- Plenary Sessions
Five premier Plenary Sessions feature lectures by esteemed investigators discussing critical advances in neuroscience. Review a previous scientific presentation or plenary session from previous Annual Meetings in the Plenary Session history section.
- Scientific Topic Highlights
These presentations offer the best research in select neurological topics, over 1,600 scientific poster, and platform sessions.
- Late-Breaking Science
The most current research by neurologists, neuroscientists, and other eligible researchers, whose work is of major scientific importance or interest and warrants expedited presentation and publication.
View 2009 Late-Breaking Science Abstracts
Future of Neuroscience Conference
This day-long scientific symposium appeals to both clinical neurologists and neuroscientists. The program features invited speakers in the field, as well as relevant abstracts.
- Integrated Neuroscience Sessions
These sessions present an expansive look at significant topics within the field of neuroscience. In 2009, the topics included Alzheimer's, Imaging, and Biomarkers (ADNI), Endovascular Neurology, The Circadian and Homeostatic Control of Sleep, Advances in Headache, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Recent Advances in Genetics and Molecular Biology in Global Neurology.
AAN Annual Meeting Disclosure Information
In an effort to provide as much information to our attendees as possible, the Meeting Management Committee, with the support and approval of the Education and Science Committees, requires full disclosure of all individuals involved in the 61st Annual Meeting program, including platform session co-chairs, education programs directors and faculty members, science presenters, selected committee and subcommittee members, members of the AAN Board of Directors, and selected AAN staff. This information is kept on file, updated on an annual basis, and reviewed each time an individual contributes to an AAN program.
For More Information
For more information about the Scientific Program, please contact Kevin Heinz at email@example.com or (651) 695-2773