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2024 WNS Annual Conference
October 18-19, 2024
Grand Geneva Resort | Lake Geneva, WI


Please join us at the Wisconsin Neurological Society (WNS) Annual Conference, scheduled for October 18-19, 2024. This exciting event will be held at the beautiful Grand Geneva Resort in Lake Geneva, WI, offering a picturesque backdrop for a weekend of learning and networking.

Our conference agenda is packed with hot topic presentations covering a wide spectrum of neurology, including neurology in pregnancy, immunotherapy, epilepsy, stroke, gender equity, and much more. You won't want to miss the opportunity to engage with leading experts and delve into the latest advancements shaping the field of Neurology.

New Travel Scholarship Opportunities!
Travel Scholarships for in-training members to cover registration fees, mileage & one night hotel stay!
Learn more & Apply Here. 

Friday, October 18, 2024
Multiple Sclerosis Mimics: Diagnosis and Treatment Multiple Sclerosis Mimics: Diagnosis and Treatment
 4:00-4:45pm Neuro-Oncology: Low Grade Glioma Management & Outcomes

 4:45-5:30pm Arts, Humanities, and Neurology
Ahmed Obeidat, MD; Medical College of Wisconsin

 5:30-6:15pmMultiple Sclerosis Mimics: Diagnosis and Treatment
Amanda Abuaf, MD; University of Wisconsin, Madison

 6:15-6:30pm Welcome Social & Snack Break

 6:30-7:30pm Keynote Presentation: Riley Bove, MD

 7:30-9:00pm Resident & Attendee Reception

Saturday, October 19, 2024
 7:30-8:00am Breakfast with Exhibitors

 8:00-8:45am Gender Equity; Riley Bove, MD; University of California, San Francisco

 8:45-9:30am Neurology in Pregnancy

 9:30-10:15am Distinguishing Functional from Organic Movement Disorders
Eric Jackowiak, MD; Medical College of Wisconsin

 10:15-10:45am Break with Exhibitors 

 10:45-11:30am Transitional Treatment from Pediatrics to Adults 

 11:30am-12:30pm Annual Business Meeting, Hiner Award Presentation & Recognition of WNS Past Presidents


3 New Things in Neurology

  • Aphasia Rehab: Dosage, Primary Progressive Apraxia of Speech, and Social Networks; Thomas Sather, PhD, CCC-SLP; University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire; Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
  • Stroke Updates; Hatim Attar, MD; Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Parkinson's Disease: Skin Biopsies; Brian Nagle, MD, MPH; University of Wisconsin, Madison
 1:30-2:00pm Break with Exhibitors 

 2:00-2:45pm Neuro-Ophthalmology 
Amrita Vuppala, MD; Medical College of Wisconsin

 2:45-3:45pm Forster Awards/ Resident Abstract Competition 

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