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Travel Fellowships   The American Autonomic Society is committed to supporting trainees and junior members of the society seeking to pursue a career in clinical or basic autonomic research – one way in which this is achieved is through travel fellowships provided by the society and our ...
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Congratulations to our recent AAS-Lundbeck Research Fellowship awardees.   Title: Can oxytocin restore parasympathetic activity to the heart in heart failure Awardee: Dr. Jhansi Dyavanapalli Mentor: Dr. David Mendelowitz   Summary   Heart failure is a widespread and debilitating ...
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Please note: We are not available for personal consultation to patients who are not part of our practice. We will share detailed information about how to implement the intervention program with healthcare providers only who make a request for the program for treatment of their patients with ...
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– by Dr. Jenice Robinson   1. Cardinal features of diabetic autonomic neuropathy:   All parts of the body that have autonomic nerves may be affected by diabetes. In general, the degree of involvement is related to the length of time that the patient has had diabetes and how high ...
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  Dear Members of the American Autonomic Society,   It is with great sadness that we report the death of Irwin Schatz.   Irv was one of the founding members of the American Autonomic Society and its fourth President. We all had the honor of hearing him speak at our 2013 AAS ...
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The Fellowship is directed by Dr. Horacio Kaufmann. He is Board Certified in Neurology and UCNS Board Certified in Autonomic Disorders. Dr. Kaufmann has been studying autonomic disorders for 30 years and was formerly the Director of the Autonomic Disorders Fellowship at Mount Sinai School of ...
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Under the direction of Horacio Kaufmann, MD, fellows will train in autonomic disorders. The NYU program is designed to provide young physicians with basic and advanced knowledge on the anatomy, physiology and pharmacology of the autonomic nervous system. Fellows will learn the management of ...
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– by Dr. Debbie Turner   Exercises As a rule of thumb, exercise for those affected by autonomic dysfunction should be focused on gentle progressive efforts promoting greater venous return and prevention of deconditioning. Endurance is not a goal, rather short intervals of activity ...
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Educate patients and providers by providing information on most common disorders affecting the autonomic nervous system in a concise and focused manner. Also provide them resources to obtain appropriate care.

AAS-Education Committee

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