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  • Welcome! 2015 AAN Annual Meeting

    Experience the best in neurology education and research at the 67th AAN Annual Meeting April 18-25 in Washington, DC. Select the link below for quick access to popular resources, including program syllabi, evaluations, and more.

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Higlights

Capitol Hill Report: Victory! Congress Permanently Repeals SGR

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

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.

Can Arts, Crafts and Computer Use Preserve Your Memory?

Read the latest news and see how the AAN is raising public awareness of neurology and neurologists.

Neurology Journal

Memory fMRI predicts verbal memory decline after anterior temporal lobe resection

The authors propose a clinically applicable memory fMRI paradigm to predict postoperative verbal memory decline after surgery in the language-dominant hemisphere in individual patients

Neurology® Clinical Practice

Clinical and imaging clues to posterior cortical atrophy

Neurology® Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation

NP001–a novel immune regulator: Safety and early efficacy in ALS

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

Combination Folic Acid and Medical Therapy Found to Prevent Stroke in Large Population-Based Trial

Collins, Thomas R.

How Are Young Epilepsy Patients Doing? A New Survey Suggests What Matters Most to Them

Fitzgerald, Susan

Study Identifies Risk Factors for Suicide Following Stroke

Fitzgerald, Susan

Neurology Now

A Leader Takes on Brain Disease: Two personal tragedies spur former Vice President Walter F. Mondale’s support for aggressive brain research.

Shaw, Gina

Readers Like Me: We asked 10 subscribers who have been with Neurology Now for 10 years to share their stories. Here’s what they told us.

Hiscott, Rebecca

Defeating a Rare Disorder: After two of their children died from a mysterious illness, Laurian and John Scott pushed to find the gene that caused it—and brought new hope to dozens of families.

Gordon, Debra MS

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