MGFA Scientific Session At AANEM
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MGFA Scientific Session At AANEM

MGFA Scientific Session At AANEM

By Nick Patrone
Event date: 11/1/2023 Export event

Call for Abstracts

Submit to Present at AANEM MGFA Scientific Session

You are invited to submit an abstract to present at the MGFA Scientific Session during the American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM) annual meeting. The session will be held on Wednesday, November 1, 2023, in the morning at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix, Arizona.


The MGFA Scientific Session provides neurologists and other physicians an opportunity to discuss their basic or clinical research on myasthenia and other disorders of the neuromuscular junction. 


Abstracts may be submitted between March 23 and June 15, 2023.  Visit the AANEM website for guidelines and to submit your abstract. 


The AANEM website is going to be offline from June 5-9 for scheduled updates, which will impact the MGFA abstract submissions.  It is expected that the abstract submission process will be back online for the week of June 12th, so the deadline of June 15th should not be impacted.


A few helpful details to consider before submitting your abstract:  

Abstracts should address myasthenia gravis or other disorders of the neuromuscular junction. 

Abstracts will be assessed by a steering committee of neuromuscular specialists based on quality of the research or information presented. 

Those selected will be notified over the summer. 

There is no separate registration to attend this session. Registration for the AANEM annual meeting opens this summer and should be completed through their website

If you have additional questions, contact MGFA Senior Director, Educational and Patient Programming Dova Levin at

Submit an Abstract


Please note: Abstracts are submitted through the AANEM website. If you do not already have a username and account at, you will need to create one to login and submit your abstract. 

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