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  • Register Today!

    Join us in Washington, DC for an unmatched experience in science, education programming, and networking with neurology leaders from across the globe. Early registration deadline is March 27, 2015.

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  • Free CME and MOC Programs

    New for 2015! Find out how the value of your membership just increased $800+ with free access to NeuroSAE®, NeuroPI℠, and NeuroLearn℠

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  • Neurology® Genetics: Call for Papers

    Neurology’s newest, open access journal now welcomes submissions in all areas of neurogenetics including rare and common genetic variation, genotype-phenotype correlations, outlier phenotypes as a result of mutations in known disease-genes, and more.

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  • When In Doubt—Sit It Out!

    The AAN’s guideline recommends removing athletes suspected of having a concussion from the game immediately and not be returned until assessed by a health care professional trained in concussion. Learn more, access resources, and download the Concussion Quick Check app.

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  • Great Value: Improve Your Practice, Earn Convenient CME

    2015 AAN Practice Management Webinars help you improve your practice, understand new health care changes, and earn CME where and when you want it. Discounted for AAN members to $149 per webinar, or just $199 for the full 2015 season of 14 webinars.

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Higlights

Capitol Hill Report: We're Going to the Hill and Need Your Support!

You can count on the AAN. Learn how the AAN is working to help protect your practice and your patients.

AAN Calls for Elimination of MOC Part IV

We Listened to Our Members

2015-2017 Proposed AAN Board Slate

The nominees will be presented to the voting membership for approval during the AAN’s 2015 business meeting on Monday, April 20, 2015, at 8:00 a.m. during the Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

Neurology Journal

Thalamus Structure and Function Determine Severity of Cognitive Impairment in Multiple Sclerosis 

Thalamic changes in structure and function are highly informative regarding overall cognitive performance in MS

Neurology® Clinical Practice

Symptom exaggeration and symptom validity testing in persons with medically unexplained neurologic presentations

Neurology® Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation

Reduction of CD8+ T lymphocytes in multiple sclerosis patients treated with dimethyl fumarate

Continuum

Cerebrovascular Disorders Complicating Pregnancy

Feske, Steven K., MD; Singhal, Aneesh B., MD

Neuroradiology in Women of Childbearing Age

Bove, Riley M., MD; Klein, Joshua P., MD, PhD

Inflammatory Myopathies

Amato, Anthony A., MD, FAAN; Greenberg, Steven A., MD

Neurology Today

Cognitive Impairment in NFL Players Is Associated with the Age They Started Playing: What the Study Says — or Doesn't Say

Moran, Mark

Legal-ease: Supreme Court Ruling on Patent Case Gives Teva Pharmaceuticals More Time to Market Copaxone for MS Without Generic Drug Competition

Fitzgerald, Susan

Loss of Hippocampal Blood-Brain Barrier Detected in Aging and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Robinson, Richard

Neurology Now

Turn Staring Into Caring: The stigma of a neurologic disorder can be stressful—and can make symptoms worse. Patients and doctors teach us how to turn negative reactions into positive encounters.

Stephens, Stephanie

Treat Alzheimer's Early: A new trial aims to delay onset of this disease in asymptomatic people at high risk.

Hiscott, Rebecca

There's No Place Like Home: Before you modify your living space to accommodate a neurologic condition, consult these expert tips to make sure your alterations are smart and safe.

Shaw, Gina

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