Founded in 1948, the AAN now represents more than 36,000 members and is dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered care and enhancing member career satisfaction.
Whether you are interested in education, science, or networking, you will find excellent value and unparalleled opportunities for professional and personal advancement at the world’s largest gathering of neurologists and neurology professionals.
|Type||Learned society and professional association|
|Headquarters||Minneapolis, United States|
|James C. Stevens, M.D.|
|Ann H. Tilton, M.D.|
Executive Director and CEO
|Catherine M. Rydell|
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The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) is a professional society representing over 36,000 neurologists and neuroscientists. As a medical specialty society it was established in 1948 by A.B. Baker of the University of Minnesota to advance the art and science of neurology, and thereby promote the best possible care for patients with neurological disorders. It is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
In April 2012, the academy relocated its headquarters to a new 63,000-square-foot building in downtown Minneapolis. The five-story facility cost $20 million to build.