33rd International Symposium

The autonomic nervous system november 2-5, 2022 at the Sheraton Maui resort & spa lahaina, maui, hawaii CONFERENCE REGISTRATION 33RD international symposium on The autonomic nervous system november 2-5, 2022 at the Sheraton Maui resort & spa lahaina, maui, hawaii SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT 33RD international symposium on The autonomic nervous system november 2-5, 2022 at the Sheraton Maui resort & spa lahaina, maui, hawaii BOOK HOTEL 33RD international symposium on

Tentative Meeting Highlights

Click the dates below for a tentative schedule.

Wednesday, Nov 2


Morning Sessions:

Welcome and Meet & Greet

Autonomic Testing Workshop

Robertson Plenary Lecture (Claydon)


Afternoon Sessions:

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

Symposium 2: Orthostatic hypotension and circulatory dysregulation (Fedorowski)

Special Interest Group (SIG) Meetings

Free Time


Evening Sessions:

Posters and Trainee Poster Competition

Ultimate Autonomic Challenge (Guzman)

Thursday, Nov 3


Morning Sessions:

Award presentations and Felecia Axelrod Award Lecture

Business meeting

Symposium 3: Emerging roles of RAS in health and disease (Sabharwal)

Symposium 4: Non-invasive measures of autonomic dysregulation in children (Weese-Mayer)


Afternoon Sessions:

Sessions 1 & 2: Abstract-based presentations (TBA)

Committee Meetings

Mentor-Mentee Round Table


Evening Sessions:

Streeten Plenary Lecture (Biaggioni)

Poster Session

Friday, Nov 4


Morning Sessions:

Sessions 3 & 4: Abstract-based presentations (TBA)

Debate: Pacemakers and cardio-neuroablation (Raj, Mar)

Symposium 5: Sleep and autonomic nervous system (Miglis)


Afternoon Sessions:

Symposium 6: Cognitive function in autonomic disorders (Freeman, Vernino)

Symposium 7: Neuromodulation for disease treatment (Fink, Osborn)

AAS Board Meeting

CAR Editorial Board Meeting


Evening Sessions:

Presidential Dinner

Saturday, Nov 5


Morning Sessions:

Session 5: Abstract-based presentations (TBA)

Symposium 8: Practical management issues in POTS (Raj, Snapper)

MSA Plenary Lecture (Tsuji)


Afternoon Sessions:

Top trainee abstract/poster competition oral presentations

Closing remarks

 

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and the American Autonomic Society. The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

 

AMA CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT: 

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center designates this live activity for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ (maximum credits to be determined). Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

PLENARY SPEAKERS

ROBERTSON LECTURE 

Dr. Victoria Claydon

 

Autonomic Regulation in Spinal Cord Injury

MSA LECTURE

Dr. Shoji Tsuji

 

TBA

STREETEN LECTURE

Dr. Italo Biaggioni

 

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