FAQ

Q1: How can I submit my abstract for the 2018 PNS Annual Meeting?
A1: Please click here to submit your abstract. The deadline for submission is Wednesday 4 April, 2018.

Q2:I am a Junior PNS Member who submitted an Abstract for the 2018 PNS Annual Meeting. How do I register?
A2:: If you are a Junior (under 40 years of age) Member and have submitted an Abstract please do not register for the Annual Meeting. You will be notified if your abstract has been accepted and will receive a coupon code for registration by May of 2018.

Q3: How do I become a member of the PNS?  
A3: Please click here to complete the PNS Membership Application.

Q4: I am interested in becoming an Exhibitor or Sponsor. Where can I find more information? 
A4: Please click here to view the 2018 Prospectus. To sign up, click here.

Q5: When can I register for the 2018 PNS Annual Meeting in Baltimore? 
A5: Registration will be open January 2018.

Q6: What are the Prizes and the Prize Requirements at the PNS offer at the 2018 PNS Annual Meeting?
A6: Each year the PNS provides five named prizes of $750 for best abstracts as a tribute to luminaries in our field.
1. Richard P. Bunge: Abstracts involving Biology of Nerve
2. Arthur K. Asbury: GBS/CIDP/Inflammatory Neuropathy
3. Peter J Dyck: Diabetes and clinical Topics
4. P.K. Thomas: Inherited Neuropathies
5. JW Griffin Lecture: Regeneration

Q7: How can I apply for the Alan J. Gebhart Prize for Excellence?
A7: At the 2018 PNS Annual Meeting in Baltimore, the third Alan J. Gebhart- Peripheral Nerve Society Prize for Excellence in Peripheral Nerve Research will be given. This Prize will be given to an established researcher in the field of peripheral nerve. The awardee must be a member of PNS in good standing for at least two years. The amount of the prize is $25,000. CV’s will be requested at the end of May.

Q8: Where is the 2018 PNS Annual Meeting Located?
A8: The PNS Annual Meeting will be located at the Renaissanc Baltimore Harborplace Hotel 202 E Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202 USA.