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Welcome to 48th CNS Annual Meeting

The Child Neurology Society Annual Meeting is the meeting of choice for child neurologists and professionals in other fields of study related to neurologic and neurodevelopmental disorders in children and adolescents.

The annual meeting features four days of top level peer reviewed CME-accredited scientific programming along with more than a dozen smaller special interest group sessions, wall-to-wall formal and informal networking opportunities, more than 80 exhibitors filling 100+ exhibit booths) affording high quality one-on-one discussions with for-profit and non-profit potential partners, and over 150 scientific posters.

48th Annual Meeting of the Child Neurology Society
October 23-26, 2019
The Westin Charlotte & Charlotte Convention Center


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PRELIMINARY CHILD NEUROLOGY SOCIETY PROGRAM

See below for information and links related to program proposals, abstracts, exhibits, sponsorship, partner programs (ACNN & PCCN) and satellite events.

Registration and hotel booking information will be available beginning in June; on-line registration and sleeping room reservations will begin the first week of July.

Program Coordinators of Child Neurology Program




 

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DEADLINE: April 8, 2019


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Click here to submit a proposal - CLOSED

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Sponsorships and Exhibits

 


2019 CNS Annual Meeting Exhibitor Prospectus (includes Product Theater application)

Booths will be assigned July 15 based on applications received and priority points earned by July 5 for additional sponsorships, product theater orders, publicity orders, and payment.

Sponsorship Prospectus: 
     Three Levels: Leader, Partner, Supporter




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The Child Neurology Society Awards Committee, chaired by Dr. Nigel Bamford, has announced the following awards to be presented at the 48th Annual CNS Meeting to be held October 23-26, 2019 in Charlotte, NC:

Roger & Mary Brumback Lifetime Achievement Awards:
  Carol Camfield, MD (Halifax, NS, Canada)
  W. Edwin Dodson, MD (St. Louis, MO)

Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award
  H. Terry Hutchinson, MD, PhD (San Francisco, CA)

Hower Award
  James F. Bale, Jr., MD (Salt Lake City, UT)

Bernard Sachs Award
  Scott L. Pomeroy, MD, PhD (Boston, MA)

Capsule profiles and photos of awardees will be posted in forthcoming eConnections and the Winter 2020 CNS Connections to be published in mid-January

Nominations for awards to be presented at the Joint 49th Annual Child Neurology Society & 16th International Child Neurology Association Congress to be held October 19-23, 20 in San Diego, CA will open January 1, 2019; deadline for submitting nominations is September 15, 2019. Access and download guidelines below:
Roger & Mary Brumback Lifetime Achievement Awards (guidelines)
Click to nominate

Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award (guidelines)
Click to nominate

Hower Award (guidelines)
Click to nominate

Bernard Sachs Award (guidelines)
Click to nominate
 

BERNARD D'SOUZA INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP AWARD (Deadline: April 15, 2019)

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2019 Satellite Symposium/Seminar Guidelines & Application

Deadline for submission: February 5, 2019

Satellite symposia and/or seminars are non-commercial, non-product specific, independently accredited educational sessions. PRODUCT THEATERS are explicitly commercial informational sessions. Guidelines and applications for staging product theaters will be available in March 2019 as part of the Exhibitor Prospectus outlining all sponsorship and PR-related opportunities.