2017 Annual AAS Conference

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The 28th International Symposium on the autonomic nervous system will take place November 1-4, 2017 at the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach Florida.

Important Dates:

Deadline for Abstract Submission: June 1, 2017
 
Early Registration: June 1, 2017
 
Hotel Discount Rates: October 3, 2017*

*Includes complimentary high-speed guestroom internet access, use of the fitness center, pool towels, in-room coffee. Group rates available 3 days pre/post event dates, based on hotel availability. Reservations must be made no later than October 3, 2017. $199-219 single to quadruple occupancy rates, plus taxes and fees. Valet parking fees are $25 per day plus tax.

Quick Links:

Registration & Hotel:
Take advantage of the AAS’ discounted hotel rates
 
Plan Your Meeting:
Schedule information to help plan your time at the meeting
 
Speakers:
Learn about plenary lecturers at AAS: 2017
 
For Trainees: 
Apply for trainee awards, find trainee events, and more. Poster prize competition open to all junior investigators.
 
Exhibits and Sponsors
Find out how to exhibit your products to reach the autonomic audience

What’s New at AAS 2017

The 2017 AAS meeting will have multiple educational activities including an all-day educational course targeting primary care providers about the practical diagnosis and management of autonomic disorders.
 
This will be accredited activity that will be planned in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (CME) through the joint providership of the Medical College of Wisconsin and the American Autonomic Society.
 
The program will have broad appeal to Autonomic Specialists, Primary Care Providers, Family Practice Physicians, Internists, General Neurologists, Cardiologists, Specialists Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Allied Health Care Professionals. Topics covered will include autonomic failure, pediatric autonomic disorders, postural tachycardia syndrome, genetics autonomic disorders, Parkinson disease, and multiple system atrophy.