The ACNS Annual Meeting is designed to provide the latest scientific advances in both “central” and “peripheral” clinical neurophysiology. Presentations at the Annual Meeting are given by leading experts in the field and have value for health care professionals who utilize clinical neurophysiology. Poster presentations at the Annual Meeting highlight the latest work conducted at clinical neurophysiology centers around the country.
Who Should Attend
The ACNS Annual Meeting will have value for clinical neurophysiologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, physiatrists, neurosurgeons, trainees in these disciplines, other physicians and researchers, and neurophysiology technologists who specialize in clinical neurophysiology.
Poster abstract submission will open on October 1, 2015. All abstracts must be submitted online by November 15, 2015 at 11:59pm ET. No exceptions will be made.
Online Abstract Submission
Poster abstracts must be submitted through the online abstract submission site (https://acns2016.abstractcentral.com). Complete instructions for submission are available online. Abstracts that have been mailed, emailed or faxed will not be accepted. Anyone may submit a poster abstract to ACNS. Membership in ACNS is not required for poster abstract submission.
All abstracts submitted will be reviewed, evaluated for scholarly and relevant content, and graded in blinded fashion by the ACNS Program Committee. The review process takes approximately four weeks, and acceptance notification will be made by email no later than December 15, 2015.
Abstracts submitted to the ACNS 2016 Annual Meeting must fit into one of the following categories to be considered for presentation:
Autonomic Function and its Disorders
Critical Care Monitoring
Deep Brain and Cortical Stimulation
Digital/Quantitative EEG and Topography
Video-EEG Monitoring for Epilepsy