01 Sep 2021 International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System Updates
Dear autonomic friends,
The 2021 International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System will take place November 4-6, 2021 as a virtual event.
Early registration for the virtual meeting is only $295 (for AAS members) with lower rates for allied health, advanced practice providers and trainees.
The early registration deadline is September 15. The registration fees will increase after September 15, and early registrants can receive additional meeting “swag”.
The AAS annual meeting is the major academic gathering of clinicians, scientists, and trainees interested in the autonomic nervous system. This year’s meeting will highlight important new developments (both basic and clinical research) related to the autonomic nervous system as well as interactive discussions about important challenges in autonomic disorders. The American Autonomic Society brings together clinicians and scientists from diverse disciplines (cardiology, neurology, pediatrics, gastroenterology, physiology) and all are welcome.
This year’s meeting will feature:
– Plenary lectures by international autonomic experts.
– Ultimate Autonomic Challenge – expert panel discussions of interesting autonomic cases. Case submissions are due by September 10. See below for submission details.
– Focused symposia on multiple system atrophy, postural tachycardia syndrome, spinal cord injury and post-COVID.
– A late-breaking clinical trials session to present the first look at data from recently completed clinical trials.
– 135 scientific abstracts of clinical and basic autonomic research.
– A virtual poster session using an interactive platform to facilitate discussions between meeting attendees and poster presenters.
– Some “bonus” sessions to encourage virtual social interactions during the meeting.
– Opportunities to interact with exhibitors and industry sponsors with new or developing products and resources for autonomic disorders.
Please register today and join us.
Steve Vernino, MD, PhD
President, American Autonomic Society