September 14-17, 2016 | New Orleans, LA
Join us at the premier educational event for those involved in neuromuscular (NM) and electrodiagnostic (EDX) medicine, right-sized to really get to know your colleagues and experts in the field, while still providing the cutting-edge education needed to stay current in your practice.
Abstract submission for the 2016 AANEM Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA is now CLOSED.
Thanks for attending
We hope you enjoyed the 2015 AANEM Annual Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii.
What to Expect at the 2016 Meeting
The 2016 AANEM Annual Meeting offers opportunities to connect, interact and expand your learning opportunities.
This year’s plenary will feature discussion of “Diagnostic Insights and Therapeutic Advances” presented in an easier to digest format of a little shorter sessions, spread out over the week. Topics include rational use of immunological testing, emerging gene therapies, treatment guidelines, and access to care.
After each plenary session, you’ll have the opportunity to continue the discussion with guest speakers in a little more informal “learning lounge” setting, encouraging both the best
understanding of the materials and maximum networking.
You can also look forward to the popular elements you’ve come to expect: Workshops, Ask the Expert Sessions, Symposia, Special Interest Group talks, and a poster session of hundreds of peer-selected research abstracts.
Look for more info to come, and your 2016 AANEM Annual Meeting Registration Brochure in your mailbox in June.
The AANEM annual meeting is awesome! The multitude of courses and workshops focusing on all realms of electrodiagnosis, neuromuscular diseases, and neuromuscular ultrasound continually provide me with new knowledge that I can use in my practice. It’s a great learning experience and lots of fun, too!
-Devon Rubin, MD
About New Orleans
When you’re not at the annual meeting learning about the latest in EDX and NM medicine, take time to enjoy New Orleans, a city rich in music, history and tradition!
Can't make it this year? Plan to attend the annual meeting or a regional meeting in the future.