Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting 2014

Event contact title
Meetings Manager
Event contact first name
Katie A.
Event contact last name
Jenkins
Email
exhibits@1cns.org
Event contact telephone number
847-240-2500
Fax
847-240-0804
Description

Find the latest developments and clinical breakthroughs in neurosurgery at the CNS Annual Meeting, providing the information you need to advance our specialty through scientific exchange and innovation. The CNS Annual Meeting draws approximately 3,000 neurosurgeons and allied healthcare professionals from around the world and plays a pivotal role in providing information on the most cutting-edge technology and research to the neurosurgical community. The Scientific Program Committee has organized an exceptional program, packed with emerging technologies, innovative surgical approaches and the latest clinical breakthroughs.

 

The Congress of Neurological Surgeons is a leader in education and innovation, providing its members with unparalleled educational opportunities. From the CNS Annual Meeting, presenting the highest-impact original science, to specialized education courses, the CNS offers the most advanced and comprehensive collection of educational courses and events anywhere.

Attendee information

Attendees include neurosurgical decision-makers from a variety of subspecialties including: cerebrovascular, spine and peripheral nerve, neurotrauma and critical care, pain medicine, pediatric, stereotactic and functional, and neuro-oncology. Residents and fellows also attend this meeting allowing you to build relationships with the future leaders in neurosurgery.

Exhibitor information

In addition to neurological surgeons, the CNS Annual Meeting attracts: Neurosurgery Nurses. Orthopedic Surgeons. Gerontologists. Radiologists. Neurologists. Physiatrists. Physician Assistants. Primary Care Physicians. Hospital Administrators. Oncologists. Pediatricians. Infectious Disease Specialists. Nurse Practitioners.

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