Thank You for Attending the 83rd AANS Annual Scientific Meeting
Washington Monument

With the theme Neurosurgery’s Founding Principles, the 83rd American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Annual Scientific Meeting welcomed more than 3,000 medical attendees to Washington, D.C., to celebrate and reflect on both the history and future of neurosurgery.

Invited speakers, including Peyton Manning; Bill Walton; Charles Krauthammer, MD; Spencer Wells, PhD; and Sally Satel, MD; gave inspiring talks, drawing connections between their worlds of sports, genetics, politics, and journalism and the world of neurosurgery.

For the first time, neurosurgeons created and presented series of AANS History Films that examined the overlapping characteristics between the originators of modern neurosurgery and the founding fathers of the U.S.A.

The AANS Annual Scientific Meeting offered cutting-edge practice and research through Practical Clinics, Breakfast Seminars and hundreds of scientific abstracts and presentations, bringing meeting attendees the future of neurosurgery in the exhibit hall, lectures and classrooms

Read below for more highlights from the 83rd AANS Annual Scientific Meeting, including resources available to attendees.

Access the AANS Meeting App

AANS Meeting App

In the AANS Meeting App, view any of the accepted e-posters from the 2015 AANS Annual Scientific Meeting. Look up scientific sessions, abstract presentations, speakers or any of the other events from Washington, D.C.

Access Online

Introducing 2015-2016 AANS President, H. Hunt Batjer, MD, FAANS

H. Hunt Batjer, MD, FAANS

“As president of the AANS, I serve both the specialty and public interest.” To read more of Dr. Batjer’s comments, click here.

Watch this page for additional post-meeting information and resources, including AANS Meeting Online Recordings, official photography from the sessions, and the Presidential Address of 2014-2015 AANS President Robert E. Harbaugh, MD, FAANS.

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