More than 5,000 of the world’s leading epilepsy professionals will join AES to learn about the most recent clinical and basic research, technology and treatment developments and to exchange new ideas.
Through symposia, lectures, scientific exhibitions, poster and platform presentations, the AES meeting will identify new trends and cutting-edge research that will move the field of epilepsy forward for years to come. The AES Annual Meeting brings together professionals from around the world who are involved in both research and clinical care for people with epilepsy - neurologists, epileptologists, neurophysiologists, neuroscientists, neurosurgeons, internists, pediatricians, pharmacists, nurses, social workers and other professionals - from private practice, academia and government.
In just a few days you’ll gain more research and clinical insights, make more professional contacts, and discover more innovative ideas than you’ll gain the rest of the year.
5 Days, 5000 Professionals. All focused on epilepsy.
The annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society is 2016's premiere national gathering of health care professionals who treat and research epilepsy. AES offers our industry partners a warm welcome and a high value outreach opportunity. Reserve your exhibit booth. You will meet thousands of epilepsy specialists from all 50 states and more than 60 countries, including:
Health care professionals who provide care to millions of seizure disorder patients each year
Basic science researchers, clinical researchers, and pharmacy specialists
Domestic and international reach: 70% travel from around the US, 30% attend from other countries
The American Epilepsy Society is one of the oldest neurological professional organizations in this country. The Society seeks to promote interdisciplinary communications, scientific investigation and exchange of clinical information about epilepsy.
Membership consists of clinicians, scientists investigating basic and clinical aspects of epilepsy, and other professionals interested in seizure disorders. Members represent both pediatric and adult aspects of epilepsy.