Submit Your Abstracts for 2013 AAN Annual Meeting

September 6, 2012

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Online abstract submission for the Scientific Program at the 2013 AAN Annual Meeting in San Diego is now open and the deadline to submit abstracts is October 15, 2012. Selected research abstracts will be presented and showcased in high-profile scientific sessions and popular poster sessions at the world's largest gathering of neurologists and neuroscience professionals. Get your research recognized–submit your research now!

In addition to abstracts in a wide variety of neuroscience topics, specific abstracts are sought for the following high-profile sessions:

Integrated Neuroscience Sessions
These sessions provide in-depth subspecialty concentration around a topic, using a combination of presentations such as invited lectures, data blitz sessions, poster rounds, and discussions.

  • Acute Stroke
  • Advances in the Biology and Therapy of Gliomas
  • Alzheimer’s Biomarkers in Clinical Practice
  • Assessing Neurological Disease via the Visual and Ocular Motor Systems
  • Brain Stimulation: Clinical and Neuroscience Implications
  • Global Impact of Non-communicable Neurologcial Diseases
  • Inflammation in Epilepsy
  • New Insights into Molecular Mechanisms in Parkinson’s Disease
  • Pediatric Neuromuscular Diseases
  • Sports Neurology
  • Toward a Dimorphic Neurology: Implications for Men’s and Women’s Health

Subspecialty in Focus
The Subspecialty in Focus Program is a special, intensive program designed for subspecialists, combining an education course with an Integrated Neuroscience Session.

  • Geriatric Neurology

Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Topic: Alzheimer’s Biomarkers in Clinical Practice

  • Behavioral Neurology/Neurorehabilitation

Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Topic: Brain Stimulation: Clinical and Neuroscience Implications

  • Child Neurology

Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Topic: Pediatric Neuromuscular Disease

  • Epilepsy

Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Topic: Inflammation in Epilepsy

  • Movement Disorders

Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Topic: New Insights into Molecular Mechanisms in Parkinson’s Disease

  • Neuro-ophthalmology/Neuro-otology

Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Topic: Assessing Neurological Disease via the Visual and Ocular Motor Systems

Submit your abstracts today!