Gain access to top-quality education and science, clinical guidelines, publications, and much more. Members receive significant discounts on Annual Meeting registration, Continuum: Lifelong Learning in Neurology, and other products and services. View international membership rates and discounts.
Extend your network of colleagues through closer involvement, networking, and peer recognition.
The AAN offers many opportunities to get involved, whether it’s growing your leadership skills through one of the many leadership programs or participating in a committee or work group. Getting involved will provide you the resources to help advance your career and connect with neurology professionals with similar interests and career stages.
Join a committee and/or subcommittee to help carry out the business of the AAN.
From personal development opportunities to transformational career pathways, the AAN is here to guide your leadership growth.
Join a lively network of neurologists and neuroscience professionals in your area of interest. Engage in conversation; exchange ideas; and share scientific, practice, and professional insights. Volunteer to submit scientific abstract reviews, education course proposals, and topic proposals for AAN guidelines.
Synapse AAN Online Communities are the official communication platforms for AAN Sections. Joining an AAN Section gives you access to that section's Synapse Online Community page where you can network with colleagues; exchange ideas and share expertise on patient care; and discuss timely news affecting the field of neurology.
Become an advocacy leader in your clinic, institution, or community.
Review and comment on draft practice guidelines and quality measures that are currently open for public comment.
Become a Reviewer for the Neurology Journals
Peer reviewers' opinions of manuscripts are invaluable in assisting the Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors in making their decisions. In addition to helping assess the value of a manuscript for the scientific literature and Neurology, in particular, reviewers help authors to improve their manuscripts by recommending areas for the author to address (either for Neurology or an alternate journal if a manuscript is ultimately rejected by Neurology).