The PNS Annual Meeting is the place to learn about the latest international research across specialties in peripheral neuropathy. It is an opportunity for you to have one-on-one discussions with experts in the field and connect with your peers from all over the world. During the Plenary Talks, Platform Presentations, and Saturday Education Courses junior and senior scientists of various backgrounds teach about the most current and ground-breaking developments in the field, including Charcot-Marie-Tooth and Related Neuropathies, Inflammatory Neuropathy, Toxic Neuropathy, Diabetic Neuropathy and more! The meeting is held every June/July at stunning locations alternating around the world.

Experience the origins of the Art Deco movement, a sophisticated international restaurant scene, a thriving visual and performing arts scene, and a beach for every occasion. The Meeting is set in the heart of Downtown Miami's financial and business district, with breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay. We look forward to welcoming you to Miami! 

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Important Dates:
Abstract Deadline: 14 February (abstract notifications will be sent 17 April)
Group Registration Deadline: 8 May
Individual Registration Deadline: 1 June
Housing Deadline: 1 June

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"The PNS Society meeting represents the most comprehensive gathering of clinicians and scientists focused on peripheral nerve disease."

— 2019 PNS Annual Meeting Delegate


“A great occasion to find new cooperation partners and to discuss research results."

— Christian Moritz, PhD
2019 PNS Annual Meeting Delegate


Q1: When will registration open? 
A1: Registration is now open! Please click here to register today! 

Q2: How do I become a member of the PNS?
A2: Please click here to complete the PNS Membership Application.

Q3: I am interested in becoming an exhibitor and/or sponsor. Where may I find more information? 
A3: Please click here to view the prospectus & register today!

Q4: How may I book my stay at the InterContinental Hotel in Miami, Florida? 
A4: Please click here to reserve a room at the InterContinental Miami. 

Q5: What prizes are awarded at the Annual Meeting?
A5: Each year, we provide seven named prizes to Junior Members (40 years of age or under) presenting abstracts. Each prize is $750 USD and is awarded to those presenting the best abstracts, as a tribute to the luminaries in our field. Click here for more information. 

1. Richard P. Bunge: 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. J.W. Griffin: Regeneration
6. Jonathon Pembroke: Presenters from Australia-Asia
7. Richard A.C. Hughes: Clinical Trials

Additionally, the PNS presents annually the Alan J Gebhart prize for excellence in peripheral nerve research. This $30,000 unrestricted cash prize is awarded to an established researcher in the field of peripheral nerve.  The award recipient must be an active member of the PNS in good financial standing for a minimum of two years. Click here to view the application form.  The application deadline is 6 March 2020.

Q6: Where is the Annual Meeting being held?
A6: The meeting will be held at the InterContinental Miami Hotel (100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL 33131). Click here to book your stay! 

Q7: When is the deadline to submit a late breaking abstract? 
A7: The Call for Late Breaking Abstracts will be sent on 15 April, 2020 and will close on 8 May, 2020. Notifications to presenters will be sent 18 May, 2020. Accepted late breaking abstracts will have a platform presentation and will not present a poster. 

Q8: Do you offer group registration? 
A8: Yes, click here to complete the group registration form.  Completed forms may be sent to info@PNSociety.com.  Please note, incomplete forms will not be accepted.  All meeting participants are required to check-in at the PNS registration desk, upon arrival in Miami.  We no longer provide badges to group leaders in advance.   The group registration deadline is 8 May 2020.


"This was my first PNS meeting and was very impressed! It was amazing to learn about groundbreaking work in hereditary neuropathies and the potential future treatments for hTTR amyloidosis and CMT. I specially enjoyed the presentations on the clinical trials that are starting or about the start and the possibility of being part of them! I hope to attend the meeting every year!"

— 2019 PNS Annual Meeting Delegate 

Thank you to our 2019 PNS Sponsors!