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  • Call for Abstracts for Annual Meeting

    Submit your best science to gain daily exposure for your work at the world’s largest gathering of neurologists set to take place Friday, April 15–Thursday, April 21. Submission Deadline: October 26, 2015.


  • Register Today!

    The 2016 AAN Breakthroughs in Neurology conference will be held January 15 through 18, 2016, at the beautiful Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate, located in the heart of central Florida. Earn up to 27 CME in one weekend.

    Register Today

  • Your Research. Recognized.

    Applications are now being accepted for prestigious 2016 AAN Awards. Deadline is October 28, 2015. Recipients will be recognized with prizes and other compensation, including complimentary travel and registration for the 2016 Annual Meeting.


  • Thinking About a Career Transition?

    Participate in the AAN’s popular Career Week Online Job Fair October 5 to 9. Find your dream job among more than 500 open positions. Create/update a Job Seeker profile by October 9 for a chance to win a $500 Visa gift card.


  • Discuss Solutions Face-to-face

    Join us for the 2016 Neurology on the Hill. Share your voice and help educate members of Congress so we can solve our health policy problems together.



Capitol Hill Report: Cascino Connects with Senate

Read the latest issue of CHR and learn how the AAN is fighting on behalf of neurologists and neurology.

ICD-10-CM Is Here! Need Help?

Count on the AAN to provide these resources to help answer your ICD-10 CM questions.  

MS May Start Later for Those Who Spend Teenage Summers in the Sun

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

Neurology Journal

Detailed Comparison of Amyloid PET and CSF Biomarkers For Identifying Early Alzheimer Disease

Class III evidence that amyloid PET and CSF biomarkers identify early-stage AD equally accurately.

Neurology® Clinical Practice

Quality improvement and practice-based research in neurology using the electronic medical record

Neurology® Genetics

No evidence for higher risk of cancer in patients with multiple sclerosis taking cladribine


Preventive Migraine Treatment

Silberstein, Stephen D. 

Acute Migraine Treatment

Becker, Werner J., MD

Diagnosis and Management of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Jose I. Suarez, MD, FNCS, FANA

Neurology Today

New This Month: Can You Solve the Neurology Today-NeuroBowl Case Challenge?

Patel, Birenkumar MD

A New Genetic Study Associates Low Vitamin D and Risk for Multiple Sclerosis

Fitzgerald, Susan

For DMD, Different Glucocorticoid Regimens=Different Outcomes

Talan, Jamie

Neurology Now

Out of Isolation: When Actress Madeleine Stowe's Father Was Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in the 1960s, the Family Had Few Options and Little Support. Today, Stowe is Offering Both to Other Families.

Shaw, Gina

Heads First: The Number of Children Who Sustain Concussion is on the Rise. Sports Organizations are Responding with Stricter Policies to Ensure Safer Play. Here's What Parents and Coaches Need to Know.

Paturel, Amy

Can We Talk?: People Who Discuss their End-of-life Wishes Are Less Likely to Die in a Hospital or Burden Relatives with Tough Medical Decisions. Here's How to Get the Conversation Started.

Gordon, Debra, MS


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