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65th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN 2013)

  1. 1. San Diego Convention Center March 16–23, 2013Your FirstLook at the2013 AnnualMeetingMeeting is One Month Early!Deadline to submit abstracts:October 15, 2012www.call4abstracts.com/aan
  2. 2. Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting “Welcome to your first look at the 65th AAN Annual Meeting! The best way to experience an Annual Meeting is to make it your own. And with a wide-array of top-tier education programs, breakthrough scientific research, and boundless networking opportunities and events—every day, all week long—customizing your week to your personal needs and availability, no matter how broad or limited, is as easy as I am confident it will be rewarding. And remember: the 2013 Annual Meeting is one month earlier than past Annual Meetings, so I encourage you to start planning your perfect Annual Meeting experience today. I look forward to seeing you in March in beautiful San Diego.” — tanley Fahn, MD, FAAN S Chair, Meeting Management Committee Visit www.aan.com/go/am13 beginning in October to register and save with early registration and hotel discounts! Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 2
  3. 3. 65th Annual Meeting is One Month Early—March 16–23Make Your PlansThe AAN Annual Meeting is one month early next year—in March for the first time in years. This means abstract submission and awards application deadlines are earlierthan last year, and the deadline for early registration discounts will also come up more quickly.March is the perfect time to visit San Diego, so mark these deadlines and start making your plans today!OCTOBER 1, 2012 OCTOBER 15, 2012 March 16–23, 2013Clinical Research Training Fellowship and Clinician Scientific Awards Application Deadline 65th AAN Annual MeetingScientist Development Awards Application Deadline For all other award and fellowship deadlines, pleaseVisit www.aan.com/go/foundation/research visit www.aan.com/view/awards. Location San Diego Convention CenterOCTOBER 2012 Early January 2013 Headquarter Hotel2013 Annual Meeting Registration and Advance 2013 confirmation of abstract acceptance status San Diego Marriott Marquis and MarinaProgram Available OCTOBER 15, 2012 FEBRUARY 13, 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline Annual Meeting Housing Deadline Visit www.call4abstracts.com/aan FEBRUARY 20, 2013 Annual Meeting Early Registration Deadline Visit www.aan.com/view/register2013 beginning in October 2012ContentsAbstract Submission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Breakthrough Research: Plenary Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9AAN Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Preliminary Education Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11American Brain Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowships Annual Meeting Topic Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . .and Clinician Scientist Development Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 1
  4. 4. Scientific Program Abstract Submission “When you want to introduce your research to the entire world of neurology, the AAN Annual Meeting is where you go. With this year’s early abstract submission deadline, don’t miss your chance to submit your research and start making your introductions. Your colleagues will be there, along with neurology legends in every research area. Submit your abstract and plan to attend!” — isa M. DeAngelis, MD, FAAN L Chair, AAN Science CommitteeSubmit Your Research Today!Abstract Submission is encouraged in all areas of interest. Abstracts are sought specifically for the following high-profile, scientific sessions:NEW TOPICS for 2013 Abstract Submission Subspecialty in Focus• Global Health • Sports Neurology The Subspecialty in Focus Program is a special, intensive program designed for subspecialists, combining an education course with an IntegratedIntegrated Neuroscience Neuroscience Session.These sessions provide in-depth subspecialty concentration around a topic, using • Geriatric Neurology • Epilepsya combination of presentations such as invited lectures, data blitz sessions, poster Corresponding Integrated Corresponding Integratedrounds, and discussions. Neuroscience Topic: Alzheimer’s Neuroscience Topic: Inflammation in Biomarkers in Clinical Practice Epilepsy• Acute Stroke • Global Impact of Non-communicable Neurological Diseases • Behavioral Neurology/ • Movement Disorders• Advances in the Biology and Therapy Neurorehabilitation Corresponding Integrated of Gliomas • Inflammation in Epilepsy Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Topic: New Insights• Alzheimer’s Biomarkers in Clinical • New Insights into Molecular Neuroscience Topic: Brain into Molecular Mechanisms in Practice Mechanisms in Parkinson’s Disease Stimulation: Clinical and Parkinson’s Disease• Assessing Neurological Disease via • Pediatric Neuromuscular Diseases Neuroscience Implications • Neuro-ophthalmology/ the Visual and Ocular Motor Systems • Sports Neurology • Child Neurology Neuro-otology• Brain Stimulation: Clinical and • Toward a Dimorphic Neurology: Corresponding Integrated Corresponding Integrated Neuroscience Implications Implications for Men’s and Women’s Neuroscience Topic: Pediatric Neuroscience Topic: Assessing Health Neuromuscular Diseases Neurological Disease via the Visual and Ocular Motor Systems Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 2
  5. 5. Submission GuidelinesWhile the AAN continues to emphasize original research and prefers the AnnualMeeting be the forum for initial presentation, it recognizes that high-quality Important Datesresearch of interest to neurologists is presented at subspecialty or other scientificmeetings. The Science Committee and Scientific Program Subcommittee will reviewall disclosures regarding previous presentation or publication during the abstract October 15, 2012review and selection process but will not penalize previously presented work if it isof interest to AAN Annual Meeting attendees. Abstract submission deadlineAbstract submission is available onlineonly at www.call4abstracts.com/aan Early January 2013• Log in using your AAN member username and password (nonmembers will need 2013 confirmation of abstract acceptance status to create a username and password)• Complete your disclosure information online easily and update it for future use Submit Your Poster Electronically and Pick Your Poster Up On-site!Complete and Submit the Electronic The AAN encourages all poster presenters selected for presentation to submit theirSubmission Form posters electronically once they’ve received confirmation of presentation. Save time, money, and the hassle of shipping or bringing your research onboard a flight—andReceive an email confirmation within 48 hours avoiding a baggage fee.Previously presented/published abstracts will be accepted with prior More details will be made available in January 2013 www.aan.com/go/am13.presentation disclosure.A maximum of two abstracts per first author may be submitted (excluding history, education, Posters Service Is Safe, Guaranteedand ethics topics) Posters are delivered directly to the San Diego Convention Center with ample time before presentation. Both uploading your research and storage of printed posters isDiscounted Abstract Fees for AAN Members secure with the AAN’s guarantee of protection.AAN members can submit abstracts at a discounted rate of $25 per abstract. Thecost for nonmembers is $75 per abstract. A maximum of two abstracts may be Customize Your Postersubmitted by a first author. Become an AAN member and save! Presenters will have a variety of layout templates, sizes, and paper quality from which to choose. The Academy has priced the printing competitively lower thanFees Waived for the Following: other major retail printers. Easy handout printing is also available.• Post-doctoral Trainees More details will be available in January 2013 at www.aan.com/go/am13.• Medical Students• Graduate Students• Junior Residents and Fellows Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 3
  6. 6. Abstract Submission FAQQ: What is the maximum word count per abstract submission?A: The body of the abstract must be 300 words or less.Q: How many abstracts can I submit?A: A maximum of two abstracts per first author may be submitted (excluding history, education, and ethics topics).Q: Can I submit and/or will the AAN accept previously presented/published abstracts?A: Yes. Abstracts previously presented at a subspecialty meeting or published in a publication may be submitted provided there is prior presentation disclosure.Q: What is the size of the poster board in the Poster Sessions?A: All poster board sizes are 4 feet high by 6 feet wide.Q: Does the AAN accept case reports in lieu of an abstract?A: Yes. Please note that case reports must meet the length requirements (no more than 300 words per case report) and must use the existing form.Q: Do I have to be an AAN member to submit an abstract?A: No. However, AAN members receive a special $50 discount per abstract on submissions as a member benefit. See “Discounted Abstract Fees for AAN Members” onthe previous page to learn more and to find out how you can become an AAN member today.Q: I am a Junior Resident/Junior Fellow/Post-doctoral Trainee/Medical Student/Graduate Student. Do I have to pay a fee to submit an abstract?A: Abstract submission fees are waived for first authors matching these career types only. All other career types must pay a submission fee. See “Discounted Abstract Feesfor AAN Members” on the previous page to learn more. Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 4
  7. 7. AAN Awards and Fellowships “I was distinctly honored to receive the 2012 Michael S. Pessin Stroke Leadership Prize, and I was thrilled that my passion for stroke research was being recognized on the national level. As a clinician-scientist, I have embraced this prestigious award as an opportunity to further fuel my commitment to research and clinical care of stroke patients, who are the true inspiration behind my work. I am also profoundly grateful to the American Academy of Neurology for its recognition of leadership and for providing opportunities for young investigators to succeed.” — atalia Rost, MD N 2012 Michael S. Pessin Stroke Leadership Prize RecipientHow to Apply for an Award How to Apply for a FellowshipThe AAN offers more than three dozen scientific and non-scientific awards in a The Research Fellowship Program of the American Brain Foundation is focused onvariety of areas of interest. We encourage you to take full consideration of your one critical need that crosses all disciplines: the need to recruit and train clinicalefforts and submit your application for an AAN award. researchers in neurology. The scientific and medical communities have called the shortage of investigators a crisis that will impact far more than the 50 millionAsk yourself how your efforts have led you to where you are today and make the Americans currently suffering from a neurological disease. Recognizing this criticaldecision to apply. Recognition is essential to shining light on new breakthroughs need for neurology research, the American Brain Foundation has dedicated its grantand understandings. Set the stage to highlight these discoveries and raise hopes in making efforts toward investing in young researchers.all of us looking for better preventions, treatments, and cures for patients.Begin your journey to the podium now at www.aan.com/view/awards! Apply Today The deadline to apply for an American Brain Foundation Fellowship is October 1,Apply Today 2012 unless otherwise noted. Apply or learn more about fellowships or awards atThe deadline to apply for a scientific award is October 15, 2012. Deadlines for www.aan.com/view/crtf.non-scientific awards vary. Apply for an award, submit a nomination, or learn aboutthe 2013 scientific lectures and awards at www.aan.com/view/awards. Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 5
  8. 8. AAN Awards Students/Residents Early-to-Mid Level InvestigatorsFounders Award Apply Now Dreifuss-Penry Epilepsy Award Apply NowThis award is designed to encourage clinical and translational research in The intent of this award is to recognize physicians in the early stages of their careersneuroscience by physicians in clinical neurology training programs. who have made an independent contribution to epilepsy research.S. Weir Mitchell Award Apply Now Norman Geschwind Prize in Behavioral Neurology Apply NowThis award is designed to encourage basic research in neuroscience by physicians in This prize is awarded to an individual for outstanding research in the field ofclinical neurology training programs. behavioral neurology. Applicants should have a strong desire to expand the field of behavioral neurology through research.Extended Neuroscience Award Apply NowThis award seeks to stimulate interest in the field of neurology as an exciting and International Scholarship Award Apply Nowchallenging profession by offering a highly competitive award for the best essay in This scholarship is designed to provide eligible international candidates theneuroscience. opportunity to attend and participate in the Annual Meeting. It is not necessary to be a member to apply.G. Milton Shy Award in Clinical Neurology Apply NowThis award seeks to stimulate interest in the field of neurology as an exciting and Lawrence C. McHenry Award: An Award for thechallenging profession by offering a highly competitive award for the best essay in History of Neurology Apply Nowclinical neurology. Selected by the Lawrence C. McHenry Award Subcommittee, this award recognizes excellence in research in the history of neurology.Roland P. Mackay Award in Historical Aspects Apply NowThis award seeks to stimulate interest in the field of neurology as an exciting and Michael S. Pessin Stroke Leadership Prize Apply Nowchallenging profession by offering a highly competitive award for the best essay in This prize is awarded to emerging neurologists who have a strong interest in,historical aspects. and have demonstrated a passion for learning and expanding the field of stroke research.Saul R. Korey Award in Experimental Neurology Apply NowThis award seeks to stimulate interest in the field of neurology as an exciting and The Bruce S. Schoenberg International Awardchallenging profession by offering a highly competitive award for the best essay in in Neuroepidemiology Apply Nowexperimental neurology. In tribute to Dr. Schoenberg’s career in training neurologists internationally in epidemiologic methods, this award salutes a young investigator selected from aNeuroscience Research Prize Apply Now developing country or Eastern Europe.This prize encourages high school students to explore the world of the brain andnervous system through laboratory research. Jon Stolk Award in Movement Disorders for Young Investigators Apply Now This award recognizes young investigators who have made significant contributionsMinority Scholars Program Apply Now to movement disorders research. The award is named for Dr. Jon Stolk, a drivingThe Minority Scholars Program was established in 1993 to promote diversity in the force in the drug development field for Parkinson’s disease.field of neurology. The program provides medical students the opportunity to learnmore about careers in neurology and neuroscience. Harold Wolff-John Graham Award: An Award for Headache/Facial Pain Research Apply Now This award recognizes individuals who have submitted research results in the field of headache and facial pain. Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 6
  9. 9. AAN Awards Wayne A. Hening Sleep Award for Young Investigators Apply Now Sleep Science Award Apply NowThis award recognizes scientific contributions in sleep from promising young This award is intended to recognize distinguished academic contributions byinvestigators. The goal of this award is to reward productive young investigators and neurologists to the field of sleep medicine or the contributions of non-neurologiststo emphasize the essential role of neurology in sleep medicine. to the interface area of sleep-neurology. H. Richard Tyler Award Apply NowMid-to-Senior Level Investigators This award encourages historical research using the AAN Rare Books Collection at the Bernard Becker Medical Library at the Washington University School ofAAN Award for Creative Expression of Human Values in Neurology Apply Now Medicine in St. Louis, MO. The H. Richard Tyler Award is named in recognition ofThe award recognizes an outstanding poem, short story, or work of creative the neurologist’s generous donation to the collection.nonfiction that artistically expresses human values in the practice of neurology,including compassion for persons with neurological disorders, and reflection by A.B. Baker Award for Lifetime Achievement inphysicians involved in their care. Neurologic Education Apply Now The A. B. Baker Award for Lifetime Achievement in Neurologic Education recognizesJohn Dystel Prize for Multiple Sclerosis Research Apply Now an individual for lifetime career achievements in the field of neurological educationThis prize recognizes outstanding contributions to research in the understanding, with an emphasis on national accomplishments.treatment, or prevention of multiple sclerosis. Association of Indian Neurologists in America (AINA)Sheila Essey Award: An Award for ALS Research Apply Now Lifetime Achievement Award Apply NowThis award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions The AINA Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes a leader in neurology by her/in research in the search for the cause, treatment, prevention, and cure for his peers. The recipient will be chosen based on their dedication in helpingAmyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). neurologists of Indian origin excel in the field of neurology. The recipient will have supported Indian neurologists over a significant period of time in achievingMitchell B. Max Award for Neuropathic Pain Apply Now meaningful progress toward expressed goals.This award recognizes an individual for outstanding work in the field of neuropathicpain for either a single contribution or for lifetime achievement. Practice and Advocacy AwardsMovement Disorders Research Award Apply NowThis award recognizes an individual for outstanding work in the field of Parkinson’s Kenneth M.Viste, Jr., MD, Patient Advocate of the Year Award Apply Nowdisease or other movement disorders for either a single, outstanding contribution or This award recognizes an outstanding patient advocate who embodies thefor lifetime achievement. leadership and advocacy qualities exemplified by Kenneth M. Viste, Jr., MD.Potamkin Prize for Research in Pick’s, Alzheimer’s, Patient Safety Award Apply Nowand Related Diseases Apply Now The Patient Safety Award recognizes research and/or care improvement projectsThis award recognizes major contributions to the understanding of the cause, designed to meet the Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals. Favor willprevention, treatment of, and ultimately the cure for Pick’s, Alzheimer’s, and related be given to those applicants that demonstrate innovative and forward-thinkingdiseases. approaches, as well as measurable and replicable improvement. One recipient will be selected from each of two categories: Residents/Fellows and Practicing Neurologists. Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 7
  10. 10. American Brain Foundation Fellowships American Brain Foundation Fellowships and Clinical Scientist Development AwardsClinical Research Training Fellowship Apply Now Practice Research Training Fellowship Apply NowThe American Brain Foundation is pleased to announce up to ten two-year The American Brain Foundation is pleased to announce one two-year fellowship tofellowships to support clinical research training in the neurosciences. support training in clinical practice research, which is defined as “clinical research that evaluates translation of evidence into best clinical practice.” This may includeSusan S. Spencer Clinical evaluation of health services, quality of care, implementation of proven therapies,Research Training Fellowship in Epilepsy Apply Now physician performance, or patient adherence.The American Brain Foundation is pleased to announce a two-year fellowship tosupport clinical research training in the field of epilepsy. The fellowship is supported Richard Olney, MD, Clinician-Scientist Developmentby the American Brain Foundation, the American Epilepsy Society, and the Epilepsy Three-Year Award Apply NowFoundation. The American Brain Foundation and The ALS Association are pleased to announce a three-year Richard Olney, MD Clinician-Scientist Development Award to supportClinical Research Training Fellowship in Juvenile Neuronal research into drug discovery and development of therapies that will effectively treatCeroid Lipofuscinosis Apply Now amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.The American Brain Foundation and The Beyond Batten Disease Foundation (BBDF)are pleased to announce the American Brain Foundation (ABF)/BBDF ClincialResearch Training Fellowship in Juvenile Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis, a two-yearfellowship.Clinical Research Training Fellowship in Neurotoxins Apply NowThe American Brain Foundation is pleased to announce two Clinical ResearchTraining Fellowships to support clinical research training on the application ofneurotoxins towards the treatment of neurolgical conditions and patient care. Thesefellowship are funded by the Allergan Foundation. Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 8
  11. 11. Breakthrough Research: Plenary Sessions2013 Presenters/Recipients H. Houston Merritt Lecture M. Marsel Mesulam, MD, FAANThe Presidential Plenary Session features three premier lecturers chosen by their Title: Primary Progressive Aphasia and the Language Networkpeers and represents some of the latest advances in neuroscience. It will be heldTuesday, March 19, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Five other Plenary Sessionsexamine controversial issues in neurology, translational research, and the latestresearch from the past year.Tuesday, March 19Presidential Plenary Session9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Hot Topics Plenary Session 5:15 p.m.–6:15 p.m. Moderator: Lisa M. DeAngelis, MD, FAAN Members of the AAN Science Committee and AAN Scientific Program Chair, AAN Science Committee Subcommittee will note important and interesting abstracts presented at Features the AAN’s premier lecture awards for clinically relevant subspecialty meetings leading up to the Annual Meeting that are not on the research and a presentation by a leading lecturer. Top researchers program but should be heard by a wide audience at the Annual Meeting. speak on some of the most significant findings in neurology Lecturers and topics will be identified in January 2013. in 2013. Wednesday, March 20Presidential Lecture Bruce Sigsbee, MD, FAAN Contemporary Clinical Issues Plenary Session Special Invited Lecturer: 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Jerome B. Posner, MD, FAAN Highlights issues most critical to practicing neurologists, including abstracts related to new therapeutic developments, clinical applications of basic and translational research, and innovative technical developments. Commentary and discussion follow each presentation. Lecturers and topics will be identified in January 2013.Robert Wartenberg Lecture Salvatore Di Mauro, MD Title: Mitochondrial Encephalomyopathies: 50 Years On Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 9
  12. 12. Breakthrough Research: Plenary Sessions2013 Presenters/Recipients Laura Fratiglioni, MD, PhD Title: Alzheimer’s Disease in an Aging WorldThursday, March 21Frontiers in Translational Neuroscience Plenary Session9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m.Focuses on translational research related to clinical issues of importance.Four physician scientists outline their recent research findings, along with theclinical implications. NEW Controversies in Neuroscience Plenary SessionPresenters: 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. Samuel F. Berkovic, MD, FACP The program features experts discussing the most current and controversial issues in Title: Epilepsy Genetics: Impact at the Clinic 2013 neuroscience. It is set up as a debate format in which two speakers argue one side of a single topic, followed by a rebuttal. Each round concludes with a 10-minute question and answer period. Topics and lecturers will be identified in January 2013. Friday, March 22 Roger Y. Tsien, PhD Clinical Trials Plenary Session Title: Building Molecules to Image Neuroinflammatory Disease 12:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m. Processes This midday seminar covers important clinical topics identified from other society meetings that affect patient care. The latest updates within several clinical trials conducted over the course of the last year will be presented with an open panel discussion at the conclusion. Topics and lecturers will be identified in January 2013. Merit E. Cudkowicz, MD, MSc New Neurology Year in Review Plenary Session Title: ALS Pathways to Treatments 5:15 p.m.–7:15 p.m. This plenary session will feature four to six speakers, each focusing on the latest research that has happened in the last year within a specific subspecialty topic. Topics and lecturers will be identified in January 2013. Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 10
  13. 13. Preliminary Annual Meeting Education ProgramHighlights for 2013Program Slides Now Available Online Only Additional Extended Seminar and Skills PavilionAll Education Program slides, previously available to attendees as in-room Due to demand, we’ve added an additional Thursday evening Extended Seminarhandouts, will now be available online only. Visit www.aan.com/go/am13 in the (formerly Case Study Program) and an additional Skills Pavilion.coming months for more details and access instructions. Subspecialty Programming in One DayFewer Program Names and Types to Make All of this year’s six Subspecialty in Focus tracks have been consolidated to aRegistration Easier single day, without sacrificing quality—but now with the added benefit of offeringTo make it easier for you to register for your favorite Education Programs, we’ve attendees even more flexibility in their schedules!simplified the following names and types:• “Seminars” now refer to any two-hour program, including previously named Education Program Search Therapy Programs, Kickoff Programs, and Seminars Look for this in mid-September.• “Extended Seminars” now refer to any three-hour program, including previously named Case Studies and Extended Seminars• Skills-based programming is now differentiated as follows: eight-hour programs are “Skills Workshops” and four-hour programs are “Skills Pavilions”• Naming conventions will remain for specialty courses such as Morning Reports and Neuro Flash Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 11
  14. 14. Program Listing by TopicAging/Dementia/Degenerative Disease 5IN.001 Acute Stroke Critical Care1HC.003 Primer of Behavioral Neurology 6SM.003 Stroke in Children and Neonates 1HC.005 Consultations in the Medical Surgical ICU1SM.003 Mild Cognitive Impairment: Implications for 6SP.002 Acute Stroke Alert Skills Pavilion 2HC.007 Emergency Room Neuro-ophthalmology Clinicians 7NF.001 Neuro Flash: Acute Stroke Management 3FC.002 Neurologic Intensive Care2SM.004 What Neurologists Really Need to Know 7SM.005 Therapy of Stroke 5SM.006 Prognostication in the Era of Hypothermia About Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus 8HC.003 Stroke In Young Adults 7HC.007 Emergency Neurology2FC.003 Dementia Update 8SM.002 Ethical Dilemmas in the ICU3IN.001 Alzheimer’s Biomarkers in Clinical Practice Child Neurology3HC.008 Amyloid Imaging: Are Neurologists Ready 2HC.005 Leukodystrophies Demyelinating Disorders for the Paradigm Shift? 2IN.001 Pediatric Neuromuscular Diseases 1HC.002 Symptomatic Management in Multiple4SM.001 Differential Diagnosis of Dementia: Linking 3NF.001 Neuro Flash: Child Neurology Sclerosis Clinical Syndromes to Biomarkers 3SM.004 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 1SM.004 Multiple Sclerosis Essentials4HC.004 Assessment of Rapidly Progressive Dementias and Related Neurologic Across the Lifespan 2ES.001 Criteria for Stopping and Starting Multiple Conditions 6SM.003 Stroke in Children and Neonates Sclerosis Therapy6HC.005 Cumulative Sports Concussion and Risk of 6HC.003 Neonatal Seizures: An Update 2HC.006 Diagnostic Dilemmas in Multiple Sclerosis Dementia 3MR.001 Morning Report: Multiple Sclerosis 7HC.004 Child Neurology I6ES.003 Case Studies: Dementia 3HC.011 Neuromyelitis Optica: Scientific and Clinical 7HC.013 Child Neurology II7ES.001 Ethics, Clinical Practice, and Challenges in Update 8ES.001 EEG in Children: Developmental Neurogeriatric Care for the 21st Century 6NF.001 Neuro Flash: MRI and Multiple Sclerosis Maturation, Variants, Epilepsy Syndromes,7MR.001 Morning Report: Behavioral Neurology and Identification of Surgical Candidates 6ES.004 Case Studies: Multiple Sclerosis7HC.016 Non-Alzheimer’s Dementia 8HC.003 Stroke In Young Adults 7HC.003 Multiple Sclerosis Overview I: Basic and8SM.001 Bladder Leaks, Sweats, Drools, Sadness Translational Science and Other Non Motor Parkinson’s disease Cognitive Neurology/Neurologic 7HC.012 Multiple Sclerosis Overview II: Clinical Symptoms: How to Recognize and Treat? Disorders Presenting with Psychiatric Advances8ES.002 Improving Accuracy of Dementia Diagnosis: Symptoms 8SM.003 Integrative Management of Multiple Case Studies with Both Imaging and 1HC.003 Primer of Behavioral Neurology Sclerosis Neuropathology 3SM.004 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 8SM.006 Therapy of Multiple Sclerosis Across the LifespanCerebrovascular Disease 3HC.004 Traumatic Brain Injury Epilepsy/Clinical Neurophysiology2FC.004 Cerebrovascular Disease (EEG) 5SM.003 Cars, Planes, and Ailing Brains3SM.001 Update on Endovascular Treatment of 5HC.002 Psychiatry for the Neurologist 1ES.001 Management of Non-epileptic Seizures Cerebrovascular Diseases 6SM.002 The Neurology of Social Behavior 1SM.008 Therapy of Epilepsy4SM.003 Preventing a First Stroke: What Every Neurologist Needs to Know 7MR.001 Morning Report: Behavioral Neurology 2NF.001 Neuro Flash: Epilepsy5SM.006 Prognostication in the Era of Hypothermia 7IN.003 Brain Stimulation: Clinical and 2FC.002 Clinical EEG Neuroscience Implications 3FC.001 Clinical Epilepsy Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 12
  15. 15. Program Listing by Topic5SP.001 Epilepsy Skills Pavilion 4HC.003 The Neurological Implications of Terror and Imaging Violence6HC.004 How to Analyze Spells by Video-EEG 2FC.005 Update in Neuroimaging: Essentials and 5SM.003 Cars, Planes, and Ailing Brains Beyond–Part I7SW.001 Neurophysiologic Intraoperative Monitoring 5HC.002 Psychiatry for the Neurologist 3HC.006 Update in Neuroimaging: Essentials and7IN.001 Inflammation in Epilepsy 6IN.001 Toward a Dimorphic Neurology: Beyond–Part II7HC.010 Epilepsy Co-Morbidities Implications for Men’s and Women’s Health 6NF.001 Neuro Flash: MRI and Multiple Sclerosis8ES.001 EEG in Children: Developmental 6HC.002 Neurologic Issues in Pregnancy 6ES.005 Case Studies: Neuroimaging Maturation, Variants, Epilepsy Syndromes, and Identification of Surgical Candidates 7SM.003 Controversies in Brain Death Determination 7HC.003 Multiple Sclerosis Overview I: Basic and 7SM.002 Sex Neurological Disease Translational ScienceEthics/Professionalism 7HC.007 Emergency Neurology 8ES.002 Improving Accuracy of Dementia Diagnosis:3NF.002 Contemporary Issues in Neuro-Palliative Case Studies with Both Imaging and 7FC.001 Neurology Update II Neuropathology Care 8HC.001 Autoimmune Neurology4HC.002 Practical Legal Issues for Neurologists Infectious Disease5CO.001 Ethics Colloquium Headache 2NF.003 Neuro Flash: Approach to Acute CNS7SM.003 Controversies in Brain Death Determination Infections 1SM.007 Therapy of Headache7ES.001 Ethics, Clinical Practice, and Challenges in 3SM.003 Global Health Challenges: Neurology in 2NF.002 Neuro Flash: Opioid Therapy for Headache Neurogeriatric Care for the 21st Century Developing Countries and Neuropathic Pain Syndromes:8SM.002 Ethical Dilemmas in the ICU Consensus and Controversies 4SM.005 Differential Diagnosis of Neurologic 2SM.005 Challenging Headache Cases InfectionsGeneral Neurology/Neurology of 2HC.008 Hot Topics in Headaches and Related 5SM.005 Neurocysticercosis (NCC) and GlobalizationSystemic Disease Disorders 7HC.009 Infections of the Nervous System: Common1SM.006 Borderlands of Neurology and Internal 3ES.003 The Intractable Headache Patient Infections Medicine 6MR.001 Morning Report: Headache in the 7HC.018 Infections of the Nervous System:2SM.003 Office Orthopedics for the Neurologist Emergency Department Advanced and Emerging Infections2FC.001 Neurology Update I 7HC.005 Introduction to Primary Headache Disorders3ES.001 Clinical E-Pearls 7HC.014 Comprehensive Migraine Education Movement Disorders3SM.003 Global Health Challenges: Neurology in Program 1SM.001 Balance and Gait Disorders Developing Countries 1HC.006 Parkinson’s Disease and Movement3HC.002 Neurologic Complications of Medical History of Neurology Disorders Update Disease 5HC.004 History of Neurology: Lessons From War 2SM.001 Therapy of Movement Disorders: A Case-3FC.004 Therapy in Neurology Based Approach4IN.001 Global Impact of Non-communicable 2HC.001 Clues to Synuclein Spread in Parkinson’s Neurological Diseases Disease4HC.001 Continuum Test Your Knowledge: A 2IN.002 New Insights into Molecular Mechanisms in Multiple-Choice Question Review Parkinson’s Disease Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 13
  16. 16. Program Listing by Topic3HC.007 Botulinum Toxins: Practical Issues and Neuromuscular Disease/Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology/Neuro-otology Clinical Uses for Neurologists Neurophysiology (EMG) 1SM.005 Top 10 Neuro-ophthalmic Diagnoses You3SP.001 Clinical Usefulness of Botulinum Toxin and 1FC.002 Peripheral Neuropathy Can’t Afford to Miss Treatment of Dystonia 1SM.002 The Spectrum of Motor Neuron Disease 2ES.002 Eye Movement Disorders: A Systematic4SM.002 Update on Ataxias Approach to the Evaluation of Diplopia 2SW.001 EMG Skills Workshop: Basic5SM.002 Approach to the Shaky Patient 2HC.003 Neuro-otology 2IN.001 Pediatric Neuromuscular Diseases6SM.001 Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: 2HC.007 Emergency Room Neuro-ophthalmology Diagnosis and Treatment 3HC.003 Clinical Approach to Muscle Disease 3HC.001 The Visual and Ocular Motor Systems in6ES.002 Case Studies: Unusual Movement Disorders 3HC.009 Neuromuscular Junction Disorders Neurodegenerative and Genetic Disease7SM.001 The Dystonias: Diagnosis, Treatment, and 4SP.002 Advanced Techniques in EMG and 3IN.002 Assessing Neurological Disease Via the Update on Causes Neuromuscular Disease Visual and Ocular Motor Systems7FC.002 Movement Disorders 5SP.002 Neuromuscular Ultrasound Skills Pavilion 4SM.004 Canalith Repositioning for Benign8SM.001 Bladder Leaks, Sweats, Drools, Sadness 6SM.004 You Make the Call—An Interactive, Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and Other Non Motor Parkinson’s disease Multimedia, Case-based Approach to 4SP.001 Neurology Skills Pavilion: Neuro- Symptoms: How to Recognize and Treat? Learning EMG ophthalmology and Neurovestibular Exam8HC.004 Deep Brain Stimulation Management 6HC.001 Evaluation and Management of Autonomic Lab Disorders 5SM.004 Pseudotumor CerebriNeurogenetics 6SP.001 Neurology Skills Pavilion: Neuromuscular 6NF.002 Neuro Flash: Neuro-ophthalmology Bedside Rounds2MR.001 Morning Report: Neurogenetics 7FC.003 Neuro-ophthalmology 6ES.001 Case Studies: Unusual Diagnostic and3FC.003 Genetics in Neurology Management of Cases in Neuromuscular7SM.004 Introduction to Genetics Disease Neurorehabilitation7HC.003 Multiple Sclerosis Overview I: Basic and 7HC.006 Clinical EMG I 3HC.004 Traumatic Brain Injury Translational Science 7HC.015 Clinical EMG II 7IN.003 Brain Stimulation: Clinical and6IN.001 Toward a Dimorphic Neurology: Neuroscience Implications 8SM.004 Therapy of Neuromuscular Disease Implications for Men’s and Women’s Health 8SM.005 Small Fiber Neuropathies: Sensory, Pain and Palliative Care Autonomic and BothNeurometabolic Disorders/ 2NF.002 Neuro Flash: Opioid Therapy for HeadacheNeurotoxicology/Neuroendocrinology and Neuropathic Pain Syndromes: Neuro-oncology Consensus and Controversies2SM.006 Important Drug Interactions for Neurologists and Psychiatrists 2HC.002 Neuro-oncology: Primary Brain Tumors 2FC.006 Spine and Spinal Cord: Emergencies and3SM.002 Mitochondrial Disorders in Neurology 6ES.006 Neurologic Consultations in Cancer Chronic Disorders Patients 3NF.002 Contemporary Issues in Neuro-Palliative 7IN.002 Advances in the Biology and Therapy of Care Gliomas 5HC.001 Core Concepts in Pain Management 7HC.017 Neurologic Complications of Systemic 6MR.002 Morning Report: Lumbar Radiculopathy, Cancer Lumbar Spinal Stenosis, Low Back Pain, and Post-Laminectomy Syndrome Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 14
  17. 17. Program Listing by TopicPractice Management 3CO.001 Education Colloquium: Interprofessional Trauma Education: Translating Core Competencies1FC.001 The Practice of Neurology: Issues in Coding and Assessments into Neurology Education 6HC.005 Cumulative Sports Concussion and and Reimbursement Risk of Dementia 3SM.005 Editor’s Seminar: Tips for Writing and1CO.001 BRAINS Colloquium Reviewing in Neurology ®2SM.002 E/M: Minimize Mistakes, Maximize Women’s Issues 3CO.002 Education Research Colloquium Reimbursement 6HC.002 Neurologic Issues in Pregnancy 4SM.006 Career Development for Clinician Educators2CO.001 Patient Safety Colloquium: I Blew It—Now 7SM.002 Sex Neurological Disease What? How to Avoid Medical Errors and 4CO.001 NINDS Colloquium What to Do When They Happen2SM.007 Practice Survival for Neurologists: Business Sleep Disorders Strategies for Success 3HC.005 Approach to Sleep Symptoms: Sleepy or2SM.008 Starting Your Career: The Early Years Sleepless2CO.002 Navigating the Changing Health Care 3HC.012 Hot Topics in Sleep Neurology Landscape and Preparing for the New 5SM.001 REM Sleep Behavior Disorder Future of Neurology 7NF.002 Neuro Flash: Sleep Medicine3ES.002 Making Sure Your Electronic Health Record System Is a Success 8HC.002 Sleep for the Practicing Neurologist3HC.010 Clinical Practice Survival Guide Spinal Cord/Nerve Root Disorders3CO.003 Health Information Technology Colloquium 2FC.006 Spine and Spinal Cord: Emergencies and4HC.003 The Neurological Implications of Terror and Chronic Disorders Violence 5HC.003 Myelopathies7ES.001 Ethics, Clinical Practice, and Challenges in Neurogeriatric Care for the 21st Century 6MR.002 Morning Report: Lumbar Radiculopathy, Lumbar Spinal Stenosis, Low Back Pain, and7HC.008 Teleneurology and Technologies Post-Laminectomy Syndrome 7HC.001 Neurorehabilitation EnhancementResearch/Education Techniques1FC.003 Research Career Development Symposium: How to be Successful in Academic Sports Neurology Neuroscience 2SM.003 Office Orthopedics for the Neurologist1HC.001 Resident Basic Science I: Neuropathology 6HC.005 Cumulative Sports Concussion and Risk of1CO.001 BRAINS Colloquium Dementia1HC.004 Resident Basic Science II: Neuroanatomy 6IN.002 Sports Neurology2HC.004 Resident Basic Science III: 7HC.002 Sports Concussion and Other Mild Neuropharmacology Concussive Injuries2CO.003 Clinical Research Colloquium 7HC.011 Sports Neurology: Non-Concussion Overview Current as of 9/10/2012 Programs are subject to change Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 15
  18. 18. Upcoming Annual Meeting Dates and Locations AAN 66th Annual Meeting Philadelphia April 26–May 3, 2014 AAN 67th Annual Meeting Washington, DC April 18–April 25, 2015 AAN Website: www.aan.com  •  Annual Meeting Website: www.aan.com/go/am13  •  AAN Member Services: (800) 879-1960 Your First Look at the 2013 Annual Meeting 16