Exhibit Hall Information for Attendees
Visit the exhibit hall during the AANN 51st Annual Educational Meeting for your best opportunity to learn more about products, services, and programs. From programs to improve data capture and display to educational opportunities to advance your career, the exhibit hall features dozens of exhibitors catering to your needs.
View the 2019 exhibit floor plan to see the full list of exhibiting companies!
In addition to exhibitors, you'll find poster presentations and special events including corporate showcases and a passport program located in the exhibit hall.
If you are an exhibitor or would like to become one, learn about our exhibiting & support opportunities.
Exhibits and Poster Schedule*
Thursday, March 21
8 am–4:30 pm Exhibitor Setup/Registration
5:30–7:30 pm Opening Reception with Exhibits & Posters
Friday, March 22
9:30 am–3:45 pm Exhibitors & Posters
9:30–10:30 am Light Breakfast Break with Exhibits & Posters
10–10:30 am Corporate Showcase
11:40 am–1:15 pm Box Lunch with Exhibits & Posters
12:15 pm – Passport Prizes Announced
12:15 - 12:45 pm Corporate Showcase
3:15 pm – Passport Prizes Announced
2:55–3:45 pm Break with Exhibits & Posters
*Hours are subject to change
- Symptom Improvements with Once-Daily Opicapone in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease and Motor Fluctuations: Results from a Phase 3, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial (BIPARK-1)
- Safety and Tolerability of Opicapone in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease and Motor Fluctuations: Pooled Analysis of Two Phase 3 Studies
- Efficacy of Once-Daily Opicapone for the Treatment of Patients with Parkinson’s Disease and Motor Fluctuations: Results from a Phase 3, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial (BIPARK 2)
- Once-Daily Opicapone Increases ON-Time in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease: Results from Two Phase 3 Studies
Presented by Neurocrine
Corporate Showcase (Non-CE) Booth 700
Friday, March 22 from 10–10:30 am
A Case Study: A Neuromuscular Disorder with Delay in Motor Milestones
Work with us toward making the diagnosis at this Corporate Showcase.
Friday, March 22 from 12:15-12:45 pm
hATTR Amyloidosis : A Myriad of Clinical Manifestations
Janice Wiesman, MD
This program will provide a disease-state overview of hATTR amyloidosis, discuss prevalence, review red-flag symptoms of the disease, as well as diagnostic assessments and the patient journey to an accurate diagnosis.
Back by Popular Demand: Professional Headshots
Stop by the AANN/ABNN/AMWF booth to have a professional headshot taken. FREE professional headshots will be offered during the Opening Reception and all exhibit hall breaks.
Look your best! For just $50 you can have your headshot professionally retouched. Retouching includes enhancements such as teeth whitening, removing blemishes, smoothing facial lines, removing dark areas under eyes, reducing shine, and more. Your retouched portrait will be emailed directly to you!
Photography provided by "Caught in the Moment Photography"
Stop by the AANN/ABNN/AMWF member experience booth to learn about the benefits of membership, CNRN and SCRN certification, and the grants offered by AMWF. Visit the booth to learn more about the AANN Board Mentorship Program and watch a demo of the new online SCRN Review Course.
Do you know a Neuroscience Diva?
Nominate a friend for the Neuroscience Diva award in Denver! Stop by the AMWF booth or the registration desk and donate $50 to submit your nomination. Then, present your friend with their diva boa to wear at the Annual Meeting. Funds donated directly support neuroscience nursing professionals to further their education, research, certification, and professional development.
Annual Meeting Sponsors