Abstract Information and Submission
Annual Meeting & Abstract Awards
The American Neuromuscular Foundation (ANF)
supports its educational and research goals by funding several annual awards that give physicians the opportunity to be recognized among their peers for their research and to attend the AANEM Annual Meeting. Accepted abstracts may be considered for the following awards, supported by ANF:
Golseth Young Investigator Award
Given to the best research paper submitted by a young physician to the AANEM Annual Meeting. The award winner must be the first and presenting author on the research project.
Best Abstract Award
Given to the first and presenting author of the best research paper submitted to the AANEM Annual Meeting.
Technologist Best Abstract Award
Given to the first and presenting author of the best research paper submitted by a technologist who has conducted and shared research to advance the science of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal diseases.
President's Research Initiative Award
Given to up to 10 individuals who submit the best abstracts on the topic chosen by the AANEM President each year. Award winners must be the first and presenting author.
Residency and Fellowship Member Award
Given to residency and fellowship members who are first and presenting authors on abstracts presented at the Annual Meeting. Must be a resident or fellow and an AANEM member at the time of submission.
Medical Student Research Award
Given to up to 10 medical student members who are the first author and designated presenter on abstracts presented at the AANEM Annual Meeting.
A scholarship given to physicians practicing in disadvantaged regions to attend the AANEM Annual Meeting.
Surinderjit Singh Young Lectureship Award
Given to an early career physician, this plenary is selected by the AANEM President to present at the AANEM Annual Meeting.