Membership

Membership Overview

The American Autonomic Society (AAS) is a community that brings together individuals from diverse disciplines who share an interest in the structure and function of the autonomic nervous system and in the pathology, treatment, and prevention of disorders of the autonomic nervous system.

Membership Eligibility: Our membership includes students, educators, clinicians and researchers from different disciplines (neurology, clinical pharmacology, internal medicine, pediatrics, cardiology, endocrinology, physiology). The common bond that our members share is a reliance on the function- and structured-oriented discipline of the autonomic nervous system in health and disease. By bringing together different disciplines of clinical care and biomedical research, the AAS enables all members to benefit to foster collaborations across disciplines as we study the pathology, develop treatments, and strive for prevention and the optimal treatment of disorders of the autonomic nervous system.

Membership Options

Dues are for the calendar year and will entitle you to a subscription to Clinical Autonomic Research*. In addition, registration fees for the Society’s annual meeting will be greatly reduced for members. *CAR subscription is included with Regular, Allied Health/Non-profit, and New Investigator membership only.

  • Regular Member

  • USD$350/year
  • Limited time only. Prices increase to $350 Feb 1
  • Allied Health/Non-Profit

  • USD$175/year
  • New Investigator Membership

  • USD$175/year
  • (0-5 yrs after training)
  • Trainee/RRC

  • USD$50/year
  • (verify trainee status)

Individuals from resource-restricted countries (RRC) may qualify for a discount.

Contact (amber@americanautonomicsociety.org) for details.

Access to the Scientific and Clinical Community

Professional and Career Development

Publication Benefits*

  • Membership includes access to Clinical Autonomic Research, the official journal of the AAS
  • Preferred invitations to submit review articles in Clinical Autonomic Research
  • Opportunities to serve on the editorial board of Clinical Autonomic Research

*Regular, Allied Health, and New Investigator Members Only

Testimonials

27

% Trainee Members

35

Countries Represented (Lifetime)

234

Current Members

718

Lifetime Members to Date

27

% Trainee Members

35

Countries Represented (Lifetime)

220

Current Members

630

Lifetime Members to Date

COMMITTEES & SECTIONS

We encourage members to join one of our committees or sections. Any AAS member is welcome to join. If you are interested in joining an AAS committee or section, please message the AAS and we will add you to the roster or submit your name to the committee chair for consideration. Self-nominations for committees should be submitted before the end of December.

LISTING OF SECTIONS (AND CHAIRS)

Pediatric Dysautonomia: Dr. Debra Weese-Mayer


Women in Autonomics: Dr. Amanda Peltier


Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS): Dr. Howard Snapper


Advanced Practice Providers (APP): Erin Marriott


LISTING OF COMMITTEES (AND CHAIRS)

Meeting Committee: Dr. Alex Barboi


Communications Committee: Dr. Rob Larson


Nomination Committee: Dr. Steve Vernino


Development Committee: Dr. Amanda Peltier


Finance Committee: Dr. Howard Snapper


Education Committee: Dr. Glen Cook


Membership Committee: Dr. Victoria Claydon


Science Committee: Dr. Guillaume Lamotte


Trainee Affairs Committee: Dr. Amanda Miller


Clinical Affairs Committee: Dr. Melissa Cortez


Development Committee: Dr. Wolfgang Singer