SCHAUMBURG, Ill, March 26, 2015 — The Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) announces that registration for the 2015 Annual Meeting is now open. The meeting, taking place in New Orleans, September 26–30, gathers thousands of neurosurgeons, advanced practice providers, professionals, and advocates from around the world.
The 2015 meeting themed “Mentorship: Service, Education, Progress,” highlights the rich tradition of mentorship within the neurosurgical specialty and celebrates the CNS’s association with Walter E. Dandy, one of the great mentors and founding fathers of neurosurgery.
The CNS Annual Meeting showcases cutting-edge procedures, approaches, and technologies in all neurosurgical subspecialties and is held at New Orleans’ Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Addressing controversial and hot-button issues impacting the specialty, the meeting features a provocative array of featured speakers, including two-term Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani, progressive journalist and FOX news political analyst Juan Williams, and composer and musician Herbie Hancock.
"The 2015 Annual Meeting is truly a meeting of the greatest minds in our field. It's an ideal opportunity to reconnect and share knowledge with colleagues from around the world, access continuing medical education, and learn about the newest technology and clinical practice guidelines," says Dr. Steven N. Kalkanis, Scientific Program Chair. "If there's one neurosurgery meeting to attend, this is it."
For more information about the 2015 CNS Annual Meeting along with registration information, visit cns.org. New this year, all Optional Courses registration is available with general registration. The advanced registration deadline is August 27. Follow the CNS on Twitter @CNS_Update, #CNS2015, or follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn.