Georgia Neurological Society

Welcome to the GNS!

Our last Annual Meeting was held pre-Covid in 2019, and was an amazing success. The 2020 GNS meeting was canceled 1 day prior to the event due to the unprecedented Covid pandemic.


Each and every GNS meeting would not have been a success without the help and support of all our vendors.


Our next meeting is scheduled for March 17-18, 2023 (see below for details)


We encourage Industry Vendors to consider supporting the GNS – scroll down to the “Industry Support” section for more details.

What is the GNS?

  • The Georgia Neurological Society (GNS) is an organization to serve the needs of neurologists in Georgia.

  • We do not charge dues. So, if you are a neurologist practicing in Georgia, you are automatically a member of GNS – whether you are in private practice, employed, in academia, or in a training program.

  • Membership in the GNS does NOT require membership in the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) or Medical Association of Georgia (MAG). Our mission includes the following:

    • To advance the profession of neurology in Georgia by engaging in educational activities

    • To serve as a forum for neurologists in Georgia to improve patient care, promote the practice of neurology, and build camaraderie among neurology professionals

    • To facilitate communication among neurologist to promote clinical trials and neurology practice opportunities

GNS Annual Meeting – 2023

DATE: March 17-18, 2023

LOCATION: Jekyll island Convention Center

POSTER PRESENTATION:

CME INFORMATION:

  • The Emory University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

  • For the March 17-18, 2023 Annual Conference, GNS will be offering 6 CME credits and PIP certification.

ACCOMMODATION:

  • We have a special room rate for Friday night and Saturday night at the Westin - located within walking distance of the conference center.

Industry Support for GNS Annual Meeting

Exhibitors will be acknowledged with signage and provided table space for promotion of products or services in a room separate from the educational program.



For additional information or questions about exhibiting at this meeting, please Keir Gray, Emory CME office, 404-727-0063, email: kgray02 “at” emory.edu.


Thank you.

Sudhir S. Athni, MD

President, Georgia Neurological Society