About the AAN Annual Meeting
The AAN Annual Meeting is the world's most important annual event for neurologists and neuroscience professionals.
More than 10,000 of your colleagues from across the globe will converge on Philadelphia to witness cutting-edge scientific presentations and comprehensive educational programs.
The AAN Annual Meeting is the largest international meeting of neurologists and neuroscience professionals with more than 12,000 attendees at the 2012 meeting in New Orleans.
Returning and first-time attendees of the 2014 AAN Annual Meeting can expect a number of new offerings and an enhanced experience this year. New features and programs include:
Program Slides Now Available Online Only
All Education Program slides, previously available to attendees as in-room handouts, will now be available online only. More details and to access instructions coming soon.
Fewer Program Names and Types to Make Registration Easier
"Seminars" now refer to any two-hour program, including previously named Therapy Programs, Kickoff Programs, and Seminars
"Extended Seminars" now refer to any three-hour program, including previously named Case Studies and Extended Seminars
Skills-based programming is now differentiated as follows: eight-hour programs are "Skills Workshops" and four-hour programs are "Skills Pavilions"
Naming conventions will remain for specialty courses such as Morning Reports and Neuro Flash
Additional Extended Seminar and Skills Pavilion
Due to demand, we've added an additional Thursday evening Extended Seminars (formerly Case Study Programs) and an additional Skills Pavilion
Subspecialty Programming in One Day
All of this year's six Subspecialty in Focus tracks have been consolidated to a single day, without sacrificing quality - but now with the added benefit of offering attendees even more flexibility in their schedules!
Why Exhibit at the AAN Annual Meeting?
• The largest international meeting of neurologists and neuroscience professionals
• Expected professional attendance of over 11,000
• One of the world’s leaders in providing neurology related CME programming for Maintenance of Certification
• Many marketing and sponsorship opportunities to create and build brand awareness
• Build relationships, sell, and generate leads from thousands of attendees in just four days
• Network with colleagues
• Support the field of neurology
About the AAN
The American Academy of Neurology (AAN), established in 1948, is an international professional association of more than 25,000 neurologists and neuroscience professionals dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered neurologic care.