Meeting

Tentative Schedule

Click the dates below for a tentative schedule.

Wednesday, Nov 3


Continental Breakfast


Morning Sessions:

Robertson Lecture

Autonomic Testing Workshop

Symposium 1: Towards a solution for autonomic dysfunction after spinal cord injury

Symposium 2: OH and circulatory dysregulation


Lunch


Afternoon Sessions:

Special Interest Group (SIG) Meetings

Free Time


Evening Sessions:

Posters

Case-Based Discussion

Thursday, Nov 4


Continental Breakfast


Morning Sessions:

Award presentations

Business meeting

Symposium 3: Canadian Cardiovascular Society POTS and OI Position Statement

Symposium 4: Emerging roles of RAS in health and disease


Lunch


Afternoon Sessions:

Symposium 5: Neuromodulation for disease treatment

Committee Meetings

Mentor-Mentee Round Table


Evening Sessions:

Streeten Lecture

Posters

Friday, Nov 5


Continental Breakfast


Morning Sessions:

Hot Topic Lecture

Debate

Symposium 6: Cognitive functions in autonomic disorders

Symposium 7: Sleep and the autonomic nervous system


Lunch


Afternoon Sessions:

AAS Board Meeting

CAR Editorial

Board Meeting


Evening Sessions:

Presidential Dinner

Saturday, Nov 6


Continental Breakfast


Morning Sessions:

Women SIG Breakfast

MSA Lecture

Symposium 8: Autonomic Dysfunction in Children


Closing Remarks


*There will also be 4 scheduled abstract-based oral sessions (one devoted to COVID-19), with presenters selected from submitted abstracts.

PLENARY SPEAKERS

ROBERTSON LECTURE 

Victoria Claydon, PhD

“Autonomic regulation in spinal cord injury”

STREETEN LECTURE 

Italo Biaggioni, MD

“The Pathophysiology and Clinical Pharmacology of Autonomic Disorders. It takes a Village.”

HOT TOPIC LECTURE

Julian Paton, PhD

“A bionic era in medicine”

MSA LECTURE

Glenda Halliday, MD

“The biology behind the pathology of multiple system atrophy – are we closer to a cause?”