2011 AANS 79th Annual Scientific Meeting
April 9-13, 2011
Colorado Convention Center
The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) wishes to extend sincere appreciation to the following supporters of the 2011 AANS Annual Meeting.
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Using your iTunes account, download the 2011 AANS Denver Annual Scientific Meeting app. Then, be sure to bring your updated iPod touch to the Denver meeting so that you can use your device to access all of the scientific programming, exhibitor information, maps and more.
|New Features on the 2011 AANS Denver App
- Create private/personal schedule items for things like committee meetings, meetings with colleagues and dinner reservations.
- Take notes within the program, and email those notes
- Messaging feature exclusively reserved for attendee to attendee messaging
- "News" area presents breaking news about the meeting as well as important messages from exhibitors
- Ability to rate e-posters
Unable to attend last year? Be sure to place your order for your own iPod touch via the registration process. Hurry! The registration deadline is Friday, March 11, 2011.
The AANS is committed to ensuring that you are comfortable with your device and will provide technical support in the Resource Center and throughout the convention center. AANS staff will be on hand to assist in any way.
This year’s program will include the Kenichiro Sugita International Symposium, superb invited speakers, 38 Practical Clinics, 66 Breakfast Seminars, 174 Oral Paper Presentations and over 500 Electronic Poster Presentations.
Bring your iPod touch® back to the meeting or purchase one when registering.
Champion sailor, award-winning scholar and bestselling author Nathaniel Philbrick entertains his audiences with fascinating accounts of America’s past and tales of his own seagoing adventures. His lectures are delivered in the same brisk and engaging style that has made him one of the country’s most popular authors of historical narrative.
Mr. Philbrick first gained fame for his nonfiction classic In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex, which won the prestigious National Book Award in 2001. The book familiarized modern readers with the harrowing true story behind Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick.
More recently he authored Mayflower: A Story of Courage, and Community, and War, a bestseller with a unique take on the Pilgrims’ journey to Plymouth Rock. He has also penned accounts of the quest to map the Pacific Ocean (Sea of Glory) and the rich history of his beloved Nantucket (Abram’s Eyes and Away Off Shore), as well as more lighthearted books about sailing: The Passionate Sailor; Yachting, A Parody; and A Sunfish Sailor's Odyssey.