Annual Meeting

ASN 38th Annual Meeting
Neuroimaging for Clinicians, by Clinicians
Carefree Resort
January 15-18, 2015
Scottsdale, AZ

WHY ATTEND?

  • CLINICALLY RELEVANT NEUROIMAGING INCLUDING IMAGING OF PARKISONS DISEASE, MS, HEADACHE, STROKE/TIA, EPILEPSY AND MORE
  • EDUCATION FOR PHYSICIANS, ADVANCED PRACTICE PROVIDERS AND TECHNOLOGISTS
  • HIGHLY INTERACTIVE TRAINING INCLUDING IMAGE INTERPRETATION
  • UNDERSTAND THE OPPORTUNITIES AND STRATEGIES FOR INCORPORATING IMAGING INTO YOUR CLINICAL PRACTICE
  • LEARN FROM AND INFLUENCE SCIENTISTS WHO DEVELOP CLINICAL SOLUTIONS
  • FACE-TO-FACE NETWORKING WITH LEADERS IN THE FIELD
  • EARN CME CREDIT HOURS

 

Attention Residents & Fellows:

Submit and abstract and present your research/case studies at the Annual Meeting!

Abstract categories: CT – EEG – MRI – MEG – Neurosonology – PET – SPECT – Angiography - Other

Abstract submission and award information can be found at www.asnweb.org.

Submit your abstracts here.  The abstract deadline is September 26, 2014.

Accepted abstracts that are presented at the Annual Meeting will be published electronically in the Journal of Neuroimaging.

 

Annual Meeting registration will open September 26, 2014. More information can be found on the Annual Meeting webpage.
 

Member Benefits

The goal of the ASN is to promote the highest standards of neuroimaging in clinical practice, thereby improving the quality of medical care for patients with diseases of the nervous system. This goal is accomplished through:

    • Presenting scientific and educational programs at an annual meeting and through promotion of fellowships, preceptorships, tutorials, and seminars related to neuroimaging;
    • Publishing a scientific journal;
    • formulating and promoting high standards of practice and setting training guidelines;
    • Evaluating physician competency through examinations.

Members receive:

    • Reduced rates on continuing medical education offered to members through symposia, seminars and the scientific program at the Annual Meeting.
    • A subscription to the Journal of Neuroimaging, which keeps members apprised of the newest neuroimaging developments. The journal, which is published quarterly, is included in the NIH National Library of Medicine, and listed in Index Medicus.
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      ADDITIONAL MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

    Application for membership or for change in membership status shall be reviewed and approved on a regular basis by the Chair of the Membership Committee.

 

Journal of Neuroimaging

The Journal of Neuroimaging offers full coverage of all the relevant clinical neurological aspects of MRI, SPECT, Neurosonology, CT, PET, Transcranial Doppler, Carotid Ultrasound, and other neuroimiaging moalities.  This journal gives you the kind of practical information you can put to immediate use but cannot find elsewhere.

Journal of Neuroimaging APP - available now!

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Keeping you current with the most important developments in neuroimaging of human nervous system diseases now faster than ever; experience the Journal of Neuroimaging app for the iPad®.

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Download articles and issues for offline perusal.
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If you or your institution subscribes, open these instructions from your iPad® and use the links below to get access:

 

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Create an account on Wiley Online Library or if you already have one, log in

2.

 

Access Wiley Online Library from your institution’s network, and log in. If you are off-site and need help getting access to licensed content, contact your librarian

3.

 

Visit the roaming access section of “My Profile” and click “Activate Roaming Access”

4.

 

Download the Journal of Neuroimaging iPad® app from iTunes App Store. Launch the app and click “Current Subscribers” and then “Learn how to get access”

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Enter your Wiley Online Library account information

 

Link to Journal Page at Wiley-Blackwell

Residents and Fellows Section: An open access online resource that contains educational material for residents and fellows in specialties relevant to neuroimaging. Most of the material is written by trainees.