To provide neuroimaging, and informatics education, certification, support, and guidance to neurologists and other neuroscience clinicians, technologists, sonographers, and researchers. 


To ensure all individuals with neurological disorders have access to experts in neuroimaging and neurosonology.


What Clinicians Need to Know About Neuroimaging

A special ASN mini-symposium, January 28

I am proud to be the director of a didactic intense CME review course titled "What Clinicians Need to Know About Neuroimaging" , which takes place Saturday, January 28 in Orlando at the joint NeuroNetPro - American Society of Neuroimaging symposium.
This is an excellent opportunity for neuro-clinicians to upgrade their knowledge in the utilization of imaging modalities for specific neurologic disorders such as Headache Medicine, Multiple Sclerosis, Neuro-Oncology, Stroke, Dementia, Pediatrics, Neuro-Ophthalmology, Traumatic Brain Injury, Ultrasonography, and Head and Neck Imaging.  Each lecture is 20 minutes long and at the end we will share interesting cases by further experts in the field of Neuroimaging.
We would love to see neurologists, neurology residents, students and advanced practice providers, who are the future of our sub-specialty, to attend this meeting.  
This is FREE to fellows, residents, students and APPs,  and includes all conference activities.  Hotel rates have been discounted as well and house up to 4/5 people. 

Following the review course, join the "Practice Hub"  to learn about career opportunities in Neurology and Neuroimaging, including fellowships, flexible preceptorships, and other educational programs available through ASN and NeuroNetPro.  You are also welcome to participate in any of the NeuroNet Pro sessions and exhibits throughout the conference.  
Register Today!
Laszlo Mechtler, MD, FAAN, FEAN, FASN, FAHS
Medical Director DENT Neurologic Institute
Past ASN President

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