83rd AANS Annual Scientific Meeting

The 2015 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Annual Scientific Meeting in Washington, D.C., features the latest in scientific research and clinical practice. It’s also an opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and to learn from influential thinkers outside the realm of neurosurgery.

Here are five reasons why the 83rd AANS Annual Scientific Meeting is not-to-be-missed:

Cutting-edge Science
Through plenary and subspecialty tracks, listen to talks from leaders in neurosurgery and enjoy presentations of top-rated scientific abstracts.

Global Perspective
Both at the full-day International Symposia on Sunday and throughout the scientific program, learn from top neurosurgeons from around the globe.

Practical Education
Choose from more than 100 scientific sessions and tailor your meeting experience to match your interests and needs.

Camaraderie and Events
Reconnect with fellow neurosurgeons from around the world through dinners and social events, including the AANS Opening Reception and International Reception. Note: Pre-registration is required to attend the International Reception.

Influential Speakers
Hear the inspiring perspectives of leaders in sports, politics, law, journalism and science, as they share their experiences with meeting attendees.

Register Online by April 6, 2015
Visit online for more information. Then, register before advance registration ends on April 6, 2015. When you register, be sure to reserve your space at your first choice of Practical Clinics and Breakfast Seminars, as limited seats remain.

Respect | Autonomy | Integrity | Innovation | Dedication

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