North Carolina Neurological Society

North Carolina Neurological Society

Mission of the NCNS

The mission of the North Carolina Neurological Society is to stimulate and foster improvement in the quality of all aspects of the health care of patients with disorders of the nervous system, to promote access to neurologists for these patients, to encourage the association of professional neurologists and neurological associates, to advance the practice of neurology in the State of North Carolina, to promote continuing neurological education, and to aid in the advancement of scientific and clinical techniques and research in neurological medicine.

Registration now open for the 2023 NCNS Annual Meeting!

2023 NCNS Annual Meeting CoverFeb. 10-12, 2023 at the Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, NC 


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Interested in Exhibiting at this event? Please download an Exhibitor Prospectus or contact Gail Stephenson for more details.


View the Call for Posters Application. Deadline for poster submissions is December 1, 2022. For more information, please contact Megan Eberle.


Spine Neuroradiology - Walter Wiggins, MD, PhD

Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus - Abhay R. Moghekar, MD, MBBS

Diversity in Clinical Trials - Roy H. Hamilton, MD, MS

Resident Presentations – “Year in Review” Randall S. Dunston, MD and others

Pediatric Movement Disorder Cases for the Adult Neurologist - Roxana Pourdeyhimi, MD

APP Transitional Stroke Care – Billing & Coding, Role of APP - Christina N. Condon, NP

Case-Based Review of Rare Headache Syndromes - Barbara L. Nye, MD

Brain Tumors for the General Neurologist - Jasmin Jo, MD


Multiple Sclerosis Breakout - Moderated by Donna Graves, MD

  1. Expanding landscape of DMT – Dalia Abou Zeki, MD
  2. Women’s health issues in MS – Suma Shah, MD
  3. Current Biomarkers in MS – Elijah A. Lackey, MD

Epilepsy Breakout - Moderated by Suzette M. LaRoche, MD, FACNS, FAAN & Andrew B. Evans, MD

  1. Advances in Neurostimulation for Treatment of Epilepsy - Prachi T. Parikh, MD
  2. Rapid EEG Technology: Ready for Prime Time? - Ryan Fillmore, MD
  3. Cost Effective Quality Care in EEG Monitoring; Utilization of 2HELPS2B Seizure Risk Score in Continuous EEG Monitoring - Fazila Aseem, MD
  4. Quality and Financial Impact of Integrating EEG Monitoring Techs - Rajdeep Singh, MD

Neuromuscular Breakout - Moderated by Michael S. Cartwright, MD

  1. Genetic testing in ALS - Nirmal Andrapalliyal, MD
  2. Treatment of Muscular Dystrophies - Edward C. Smith, MD
  3. Diagnostic Testing in Suspected Charcot-Marie-Tooth - Rebecca Traub, MD

Stroke Breakout - Moderated by Brian C. Mac Grory, MB BCh, MRCP

  1. Surgical Approaches to Reduce the Risk of Stroke and Death: Update per 2022 Guidelines - Melissa Martinez, MD
  2. Management of CRAO – Brian C. Mac Grory, MB BCh, MRCP
  3. Stroke in Women - Cheryl D. Bushnell, MD



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American Academy of Neurology
1080 Montreal Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55116
(651) 695-1940