Your Membership Pays for Itself
The CV Section returns your dues investment through the benefits you receive:
|10% discount for first year of AHA membership
|Seminars / courses at CV Section Annual Meeting
|Cerebrovascular Section Newsletter
The Section Provides Cutting Edge Education
The Cerebrovascular Section holds a freestanding Annual Meeting, which is attended by neurosurgeons, neurologists, and interventional neuroradiologists from around the world.
This meeting immediately precedes the International Stroke Conference, which the Section co-sponsors and controls a major component of the scientific program. The Section also sponsors a number of symposia and poster sessions including several exciting lectures by noted authorities at the AANS and CNS annual meetings.
The Section Supports Outstanding CV Research
The Cerebrovascular Section sponsors the Resident Research Fellowship Award in Cerebrovascular Disease and awards Top Research Prizes in Cerebrovascular Disease at the Cerebrovascular Section, CNS, and AANS annual meetings.
Through these initiatives, the Section is dedicated to helping attract the best and brightest into a career in cerebrovascular surgery.
The Section Advocates for You and Your Patients
The Cerebrovascular Section counsels the AANS, CNS, AANS/CNS Washington Committee, and American Heart Association in all matters related to Cerebrovascular Surgery. The Section is committed to raising awareness of our subspecialty. Your dues support the following activities:
- Aggressively advocating for medical liability reform
- Actively campaigning to maximize reimbursement for neurosurgeons
- Working to implement beneficial CPT coding changes and policies
- Developing new research funding opportunities
- Educating other medical specialties and the general public about our subspecialty
The Section Provides Additional Benefits
- Formal acknowledgement of your special interest in cerebrovascular disease with enhanced credibility with cerebrovascular patients and in medico-legal activities
- Access to colleagues with similar interests
Cerebrovascular Section Membership Dues: