2019 Annual Meeting and Courses, February 6-10, 2019, Las Vegas, Nevada

2019 Annual Meeting and Courses

The ACNS Program Committee has extended the poster abstract submissions deadline to Monday, November 19. The complete Call for Poster Abstracts is available now on the Annual Meeting & Courses section of the ACNS website.

Poster abstracts must be submitted through the online abstract submission site.

Several Young Investigator Travel Awards are also available in the form of $1,000 travel stipends. For complete information, visit the "Call for Poster Abstracts" at www.acns.org

Membership in ACNS is not required for poster abstract submission, but membership is required to be eligible for the Young Investigator Travel Awards.


The ACNS Annual Meeting & Courses are designed to provide a solid review of the fundamentals and the latest scientific advances in both “central” and “peripheral” clinical neurophysiology. Presentations at the Annual Meeting & Courses are given by leading experts in the field and have value for health care professionals who utilize clinical neurophysiology. Sessions include symposia, workshops, courses and Special Interest Groups, featuring didactic lectures, expert panels, debates and interactive formats. Poster presentations at the Annual Meeting highlight the latest work conducted at clinical neurophysiology centers around the country.

The meeting also features a number of opportunities for networking, including a Professional Development Mentorship Program in which residents and fellow applicants are paired with senior ACNS members and provided an opportunity to connect.

The Annual Neurophys Bowl is a mainstay of the Annual Meeting program, allowing members and delegates a chance to challenge their knowledge of clinical neurophysiology in a competitive and fun format.