2006 – 41st Annual Meeting – Sedona

2006 – 41st Annual Meeting – Sedona

Hilton Resort Sedona, Arizona

June 10-13th, 2006

The 41st Annual Meeting, jointly sponsored by The American Association of Neurological Surgeons, will be held June 10-13, 2006 at Sedona, Arizona. Sedona will offer a warmer climate than recent sites and the schedule will be altered accordingly.

The golf and tennis tournaments will be held in the cooler morning hours with afternoon scientifi c sessions. Dr. John McVicker will serve as the local arrangements chairman.Please mark these dates now and plan to join us at this outstanding venue with, once again, outstanding facilities for the scientific meeting and outdoor activities.

If you have any questions you may contact Dr. McVicker via e-mail at mcvicker@earthlink.net.

The Grand Canyon Tour will begin at the Hilton at 12:15 p.m. where you will be sitting in an air-conditioned luxury coach. The guides will take you up to see some fabulous ruins on your journey as well as show you a gorgeous view of the Painted Desert. As you continue toward the Grand Canyon you will make another stop at the famous Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Reservation which is a great place to buy some nice jewelry and souvenirs. You will be entering the Grand Canyon through the East Rim stopping at various viewpoints along the way.

Once you spend some time in the Grand Canyon Village browsing around and enjoying some cocktails at the Bright Angel Lodge, you will head to the rim to watch the beautiful sunset. After sunset you will be eating dinner right on the South Rim before you head back to Sedona.Dr. Paul Elliott will be this year’s Scientific Program Chair.

Once again the Society will welcome two honored guests to be announced soon. Look for further information on our website in the coming weeks. We will also hope to have a presentation from the CNS Speakerís Bureau. The Academy Cup will be presented for the best paper from an active or associate member of the society. The Cup was initiated to honor the teaching career of Dr. Howard Morgan.

The Resident Award offers a $400 cash prize plus travel expenses. Please label “Resident Award” on the abstract form when submitting. Abstract forms are enclosed with this mailing or may be submitted on line at rockymountainneurosurgicalsociety.org. Presentations should last approximately twenty minutes.

Please note the deadline and send completed forms to Dr. Elliot at:

Paul Elliott, M.D.
701 E. Hampden Ave., Suite 510
Englewood, CO 80113-2776
Phone 303-788-4000
Fax 303-788-4801
E-mail pelliott@rmna.net

Abstract forms should be submitted no later than January15, 2006 to Dr. Elliot.

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