2022 Annual Meeting | October 1, 2022

Date: October 1, 2022
Save the date and plan to join us in 2022! We will be at the Element by Westin, in Redmond, Washington.
FREE to WSNS Members!

The Washington State Neurological Society will be hosting the 2022 Annual Meeting in Redmond, Washington. A special thank you to our attendees and supporters at our 2021 a virtual meeting-via Zoom.

Our Annual Meeting is an outstanding educational opportunity for Neurologists, Neurology Residents, Physician Assistants and Nurses practicing in Neurology.

If you are an active WSNS member or affiliate, you will receive FREE conference registration. We are excited and planning to have an excellent group of faculty sharing their clinical and scientific expertise with at our 2022 meeting. Through a charted course of lectures, you will discover practical information and scientific updates critical to improving your patient care.

Stay tuned for a schedule of lectures and for registration to open. You will not want to miss this meeting!

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Faculty and Lectures:

Comprehensive Dementia Care, Community Resources and Supports
Nancy Isenberg, MD, MPH

The Role of Neonatal Fc Receptor (FcRN) Blocking Therapeutics in the Management of Patients with Generalized Myasthenia Gravis
Christyn Edmundson, MD
*Supported by an educational grant from argenX

Stroke: Case- based Approach to the use of Vascular Ultrasound
Michael Previti, MD

Cervical Myelopathy- A Continued Problem?
Jens R. Chapman, MD

Lesioning vs. Deep Brain Stimulation for Essential Tremors’
Andrew Ko, MD

Deep Brain Stimulation for Non-movement Disorder Neurologists
Anny Lin, MD

Plus APP Breakouts and Resident-Fellow Presentations
Functional Neurological Exam Features
Eric Kraus, MD

It’s not all about the Pain-Treating Migraine Associated Symptoms Effectively
Kate Kennedy, ARNP

Madigan Army Medical Center-Hannah Kelly, MD PGY3

University of Washington-Dept of Neurology: Thuhien Nguyen, MD



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