Join AAN leaders as they honor the recipients of the 2012 AAN Awards. From enterprising high school students to world-renowned researchers, this program recognizes some of the top accomplishments in neuroscience research.
Past keynote speakers on the importance of neurologic diseases include Billy McLaughlin, Tedy Bruschi, Dame Julie Andrews, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Leeza Gibbons, Maestro Leon Fleischer, and Michael J. Fox.
Tickets are available for $50 through registration.
Students and Junior members of the AAN may attend this event at no cost by requesting a ticket. Buy a ticket and show your support for award recipients.
The AAN Foundation will present its Public Leadership in Neurology Award to former NASA astronaut Rich Clifford. As a veteran of three Space Shuttle missions with 665 hours in orbit as a Mission Specialist, Clifford served as flight engineer and logged a six-hour spacewalk on a Space Shuttle Atlantis docking at the Russian MIR Space Station.
Clifford left NASA in 1997 and joined The Boeing Company in the early stages of design and production of the International Space Station. He is the recipient of many distinguished awards for his achievements in space flight and engineering. In 1994 he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Clifford lives in Houston with his wife, Nancy. They have two sons, Richard and Brandon.
Bring your department together and gain exposure for your team at the Awards Luncheon by reserving a department table. Give your residents and fellows the chance to sit together with department faculty and chairs in a place of honor among the top minds in the neurology/neuroscience academic community.
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