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20201 Annual Meeting

The 50th Golden Anniversary Meeting of the Child Neurology Society was a huge success, bringing together over 900 attendees and guests and an additional 200 exhibitor representatives at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA. Another 600 attendees registered for the virtual meeting, enjoying a full line-up of livestreamed symposia and seminars and the Kenneth F. Swaiman Legacy Luncheon. 

The Virtual Platform closed November 2. Select sessions and posters will be posted on the one or more of the CNS websites (primary website or Lifelong Learning website) beginning December 2021. All symposia and seminars will be available for CME credit on the Lifelong Learning website beginning in January 2022. 

The portal for symposia and seminar proposals submitted by CNS Members for the 2022 CNS Annual Meeting Scientific Program will be open December 1, 2021 thru January 15, 2022. The abstract submission portal will be open February 1 – April 1, 2022. 


Countdown to Boston

As part of the run-up to the 50th/Golden Anniversary Meeting of the Child Neurology Society in Boston, CNS Executive Director, Roger Larson, regularly sent out a “Countdown to Boston” via eConnections to all CNS Members. These are available below and will be collected (with the addition of two final entries: “B is for….” and “A is for….”) in the special Winter 2021 CNS Connections to be mailed and posted in mid-December. Enjoy!

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2021 CNS Annual Meeting Program

2021 annual meeting brochure cover

Founding, Development, and Evolution of Child Neurology

Founders Book

Be sure to order your copy, as part of registration, of the 2nd edition of Child Neurology: It’s Origins, Founders, Growth and Evolution, edited by Stephen Ashwal, MD.  As described by Phil Pearl in his Summer 2021 Letter from the President, “The 1990 Founders featured profiles of 124 founders up to 1960; this edition has been expanded with fourteen new masterful topical overviews and an additional 137 new profiles crossing over into the new millennium.”

NOTE: Watch for upcoming eConnections update on ordering books at 40% discount off $200 cover price.

eBook format is also available.


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