Registration Rates

2022 Registration Rates

The AES Annual Meeting brings together healthcare providers, scientists, advocates, industry, and other professionals dedicated to better outcomes for people with epilepsy.

Would you like to extend the AES 2022 opportunity to your trainees or others in your program without the travel time and cost? Couldn't make it to the in-person meeting? AES 2022 Digital Select is an on-demand option that includes recordings of select programming totaling approximately 120 hours and offering up to 72 CME credits. Digital Select also includes access to ePosters.



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Upon clicking the PURCHASE DIGITAL SELECT button, you will be prompted to sign into your myAES account to proceed with your registration.


AES 2022 Digital Select

AES 2022 Digital select is an on-demand education option that includes recordings of selected AES 2022 education sessions and access to all posters via the online poster hall. Digital Select content will be live Tuesday, December 13, and will be available for purchase through Monday, February 6, 2023. Access to on-demand content ends Monday, March 13, 2023.



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Member Rate


Non-member Rate


Attendees who have a medical degree, such as MD, DO, or MBBS, and have completed training.



ScientistResearchers without an MD, DO, MBBS, or similar medical degree. Physicians may not register for this category.


Healthcare Provider
Professionals who care for patients, such as nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, psychologists, physician assistants, and technologists. Physicians may not register for this category.


Industry employees who do not fit other categories and who wish to attend educational programming. Physicians may not register for this category.


Residents, fellows, and postdocs.


Staff of non-profit organizations in epilepsy, people with epilepsy, family members, or caregivers. Physicians may not register for this category.


Research coordinators and research or laboratory assistants.


Undergraduate, graduate, or medical student.

Resource-limited Country

Individuals living and working in low-income and lower-middle-income economies, as defined by the World Bank. This registration category is not available to industry employees from these countries.