AES 2020 Annual Meeting
Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington, US
4 - 8 December 2020
As the largest gathering on epilepsy in the world, the American Epilepsy Society's Annual Meeting is the event for epilepsy professionals in academia, clinical practice, industry, and advocacy.
Check the at-a-glance program and the list of symposia, special interest groups, investigator workshops, and other educational events now posted. Stay tuned for the complete details on AES 2020—available soon!
About the AES Fellows Program
The American Epilepsy Society Fellows Program is the Society’s flagship career development program for early career researchers, clinicians, and advanced practice providers. Its goal is to engage promising epilepsy professionals in AES activities, education, and mentoring—and to connect them with AES leaders, members, and each other. Fellows attend the AES Annual Meeting for several days of intensive exposure to epilepsy science, medicine, career skills and paths, networking, top-notch education, and social events.
Approximately 105 fellows from institutions in the US and Canada will be accepted, including clinical fellows in approved epilepsy, clinical neurophysiology, or neurosurgery fellowship programs; advanced practice providers (up to five); and postdoctoral research fellows and trainees (up to 15) with advanced degrees in professional fields related to nursing, pharmacology, pharmacy, psychology, and basic science.
Why attend the AES Annual Meeting?
Enjoy thought-provoking symposia, hands-on workshops, specialized education, and niche special interest groups. There's something for everyone!
AES poster sessions highlight the latest and most ground-breaking research in epilepsy. Authors present on site and are available to answer questions.
Discover essential resources—diagnostic and treatment technologies, pharmaceuticals, scientific equipment, and educational references—all in the AES exhibit hall.
The AES Annual Meeting is the best place to connect and collaborate with your peers in epilepsy.
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