It was wonderful to see so many of you at the Annual Meeting last month in San Diego, where I was privileged to accept the gavel as the 129th president of the American Neurological Association. Taking on this role in our prestigious organization at a time when academic neurology is energized by unprecedented advances is an exciting challenge, and I am inspired by the ANA's potential to enrich careers and move academic neurology forward.
As is the case for so many of us, the ANA has had a meaningful role in my career, and I am proud to take a turn leading it in the service of my colleagues nationwide. As chair of the Department of Neurology at Washington University in St. Louis, the ANA has been a key resource in developing the careers of my faculty, providing experiences that have informed them and kept them engaged in the field. Read more.