Don’t miss the 2018 AANEM Annual Meeting in Washington, DC!
When: October 10-13, 2018
Hotel: Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. View hotel website
AANEM has a block of rooms available.
Make your reservation today!
Rental car information
AANEM meeting attendees are able to take advantage of special rates at Hertz using an exclusive meeting number via the Hertz Interactive Reservation System.
Enter meeting number CV#022Q8983 to receive the special rate which includes unlimited mileage. Advance reservations are recommended, as cars are subject to availability.
Highlights From Our 2017 Annual Meeting
Join us in Washington, DC for AANEM's premier educational event! This meeting is open to AANEM members and non-members involved in neuromuscular (NM) and electrodiagnostic (EDX) medicine. It provides cutting-edge information to help keep you current in your practice and is designed to foster networking with colleagues and experts.
Local Attractions: National Harbor, Washington Monument, Old Town Alexandria, Mt. Vernon, Andrews Air Force Base, Smithsonian Museums, National Zoo, Arlington National Cemetery, and much more!
2018 AANEM Plenary Topic: Precision Medicine
Confirmed Plenary Speakers (as of 01/30/18):
Wilson Bryan, MD
Director, Office of Tissues and Advanced Therapies
Food and Drug Administration
Matthew B. Harms, MD
Associate Professor of Neurology
Department of Neurology
Craig M. McDonald, MD
Professor and Chair, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
University of California, Davis
Timothy M. Miller, MD, PHD
David Clayson Professor of Neurology
Steve Pearson MD, MSc, FRCP
Founder and President of the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review
Department of Bioethics
National Institute of Health
A. Gordon Smith, MD
Chair of Neurology
Virginia Commonwealth University
This page will be updated regularly before October 2018.
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