In The Field

AAN: Historical highlights – Henry Head

Close observation of the conference program reveals that there’s more to the AAN meeting than quickfire slide presentations on the efficacy profile of PYM50028 for parkinsonism, or discussions of onabotulinumtoxinA for chronic migraine (more on that later). Yesterday I indulged my fascination with history and swung by an afternoon session on Landmark Cases in Neurology. This kind of thing turns out to be a hobby for neurologists who obviously can’t get enough neuro during any given day in the lab or clinic. Michael Okun, a specialist in deep brain stimulation at the University of Florida, gave a presentation on the 


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