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American Neurological Association

 

American Neurological Association

The American Neurological Association (ANA) is a professional society of academic neurologists and neuroscientists devoted to advancing the goals of academic neurology; to training and educating neurologists and other physicians in the neurologic sciences; and to expanding both our understanding of diseases of the nervous system and our ability to treat them.[1] It was founded in June 1875.[2]

Officers

President: Eva L. Feldman, University of Michigan

President-Elect: Robert H. Brown Jr., University of Massachusetts

Vice-Presidents: Justin C. McArthur, Johns Hopkins University; Karl Kieburtz, University of Rochester

Secretary: Nina F. Schor, University of Rochester

Treasurer: Steven P. Ringel, University of Colorado

Councilors

Allan I. Levey, Emory University; Kenneth L. Tyler, University of Colorado; Allison Brashear, Wake Forest University; Robert D. Brown Jr., Mayo Clinic; Henry J. Kaminski, George Washington University; Daniel H. Geschwind, UCLA; Amy R. Brooks-Kayal, University of Colorado; Barbara G. Vickrey, UCLA; Anthony J. Windebank, Mayo Clinic.

See also

References

  1. ^ American Neurological Association. (2007). Mission/Goals. Retrieved March 4, 2007, from http://www.aneuroa.org/index.php?submenu=AboutANA2&src=gendocs&link=MissionGoals
  2. ^ American Neurological Association. (2007). Founding/Founders. Retrieved March 4, 2007, from http://www.aneuroa.org/index.php?submenu=ANAHistory&src=gendocs&link=FoundingFounders

External links

  • Official web site
  • ANA's Founding & Founders page
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