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Persistent symptoms after a SARS-CoV-2 infection have been widely reported in the lay press and scientific literature. This has been described as post-COVID syndrome, long COVID, or post-acute sequalae of SARS-CoV (PASC). There are increasing reports on various manifestations of post-viral autonomic dysfunction developing in...

The American Autonomic Society is calling for your participation in the 2021 Ultimate Autonomic Challenge.  The fourth UAC will take place during the American Autonomic Society meeting in Maui on November 3, 2021, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. A faculty expert panel will host a live discussion...

Dear AAS members and friends, Plans are moving along nicely for the 2021 AAS International Symposium on the Autonomic nervous system for November 3-6 in Maui, Hawaii. Hawaii continues to remove travel restrictions, anticipating no restrictions by the end of summer. We have received 140 scientific abstract submissions...

Dear AAS members and friends, Here is the latest update on plans for the 2021 American Autonomic Society annual meeting. The 2021 AAS meeting will be a live event with a virtual component. We encourage everyone to attend the meeting and to submit abstracts of their work to...

The Lauren Marsillio-Craney Annual Lectureship in Pediatric Critical Care Data Science or Autonomic Medicine Lauren Elizabeth Marsillio-Craney MD, MS was a distinguished faculty member in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine. ...

SAVE THE DATE: The 32nd International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System will be November 3-6, 2021 in Maui, Hawaii. Details are on the website. We hope that everyone will make plans to attend in person – we all need to see each other in person...

Dear AAS Members, We would like your input on future development of education resources by and for the Society. Please take two minutes and fill out the following survey: bit.ly/AAS_EducationSurvey Thank you, The AAS Education Committee...

$600,000 in Research Grants Available Letter of Intent Deadline: May 15, 2021   Dysautonomia International is pleased to announce the availability of $600,000 in research grants during our 2021 grant cycle. Up to $500,000 is available from our POTS Research Fund and up to $100,000 is available from our Dysautonomia...

Dear AAS Members and friends, I am pleased to provide this Spring 2021 update to highlight activities of the American Autonomic Society and autonomic community.   The AAS website gets a major makeover. Our new website goes live on April 20, 2021! We have upgraded our website to a...