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On Behalf of the North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS) - The Residents and Fellows Section would like to create a multidisciplinary (Anesthesiology, PM&R, Neurology, Medicine, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry) forum for those interested in the implementation of Neuromodulation in chronic pain.

What exactly is Neuromodulation?
More information can be found here:

1. http://www.studentdoctor.net/2014/1...-you-neuromodulation-a-multi-specialty-field/
2. http://www.neuromodulation.org/Education/WhatisNeuromodulation.aspx

For those interested in seeking fellowships in chronic pain medicine or functional neurosurgery:
Participate in Networking opportunities with residents, fellows, programs directors, and faculty at the First annual 2016 NANS Mid Year Meeting

The NANS2-Neural Interfaces joint meeting has been developed through a collaboration between the North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS) and the Neural Interfaces Conference (NIC) Steering Committee.

This joint scientific conference will be held June 25–29, 2016, at the Sheraton Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD.

Meeting Agenda can be found here:
(Saturday June 25, 2016 and Sunday June 26, 2016 - Geared towards Current and future fellows)

1. http://www.neuromodulation.org/Portals/0/MASTER PROGRAM 3.16.16.pdf
2. http://www.neuromodulation.org/Portals/0/NANS16_NIC Brochure11.pdf

Registration can be found here:
1. http://www.neuromodulation.org/Meetings/NANS-NeuralInterfacesJointMeeting/MeetingRegistration.aspx

Interested in joining or contributing to the NANS RFS? More information can be found here:
1. http://www.neuromodulation.org/Membership/ResidentsandFellows.aspx

For Additional information -
1. Please Private Message the NANS RFS account or
2. Email:
[email protected]
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  • Conflict of Interest: Dr. Kramer is an employee of Spinal Modulation, Inc. All the authors with the exception of Prof. Cousins and Dr. Brooker are consultants to Spinal Modulation, Inc.
 

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This would be an excellent event to go to, though if you are targeting residents and/or fellows, the biggest issue that comes to mind is the date. End of June is when there is a huge amount of transition: residency to fellowship, attendance of graduation, moving to new locations, starting jobs, etc. At least you don't overlap with ASIPP and AMA, since I attend those religiously, lol.

I couldn't find the cost of going to the event. What are the reg fees?
 
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This would be an excellent event to go to, though if you are targeting residents and/or fellows, the biggest issue that comes to mind is the date. End of June is when there is a huge amount of transition: residency to fellowship, attendance of graduation, moving to new locations, starting jobs, etc. At least you don't overlap with ASIPP and AMA, since I attend those religiously, lol.

I couldn't find the cost of going to the event. What are the reg fees?

Nevermind, found the reg fees:

NANS or NIC Members: $450
Residents and Fellows: $200
Residents and Fellows Cadaver Course*: $150
Certificate of Attendance Neuromodulation Workshop*: $250
NIC/Industry Cadaver Workshop: $150

Not bad, pretty cheap fro a cadaver workshop.
 

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Nevermind, found the reg fees:

NANS or NIC Members: $450
Residents and Fellows: $200
Residents and Fellows Cadaver Course*: $150
Certificate of Attendance Neuromodulation Workshop*: $250
NIC/Industry Cadaver Workshop: $150

Not bad, pretty cheap fro a cadaver workshop.

I've been told Tuition is half off for residents and fellows and the Sunday course is free of charge.
 

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This would be an excellent event to go to, though if you are targeting residents and/or fellows, the biggest issue that comes to mind is the date. End of June is when there is a huge amount of transition: residency to fellowship, attendance of graduation, moving to new locations, starting jobs, etc. At least you don't overlap with ASIPP and AMA, since I attend those religiously, lol.

I couldn't find the cost of going to the event. What are the reg fees?
The target audience is for current and future residents and fellows interested in chronic pain medicine or functional neurosurgery.
Those who are currently applying may want to consider this event as a platform to mingle with current program directors and faculty.
Looking at the NRMP numbers from last year Pain Medicine has been getting ultra competitive
 
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