Support for Trainees
AES provides support for physicians, scientists, and health care providers, with an emphasis on those early in their careers, to attend the AES Annual Meeting.
AES offers awards to those presenting abstracts at the Annual Meeting. To be considered for an abstract award, you must submit an abstract during the regular submission period, usually March–June.
For a list of the abstract awards and criteria click here.
The AES Fellows program provides support for junior clinicians and scientists to attend the AES Annual Meeting, where they learn about advances in epilepsy care and research and participate in mentorship, networking, and training programs. This program reflects the AES commitment to nurturing early career epilepsy professionals and supporting their career development.
Click here for more information.