Chinese American Neurological Association
Chinese American                     Neurological Association

3rd CANA CME Conference

Houston, TX

November 2-4, 2018



Marriott Houston Medical Center

6580 Fannin Street, 

Houston, TX 77030

Phone: (713) 796-0080



CANA Members: Free

Neurology Fellow or Resident: Free

Non-member MD and providers: $100

NP, PA or nursing staff: $100


Send payment for registration to:


C/O James Wang, MD, PhD

5100 Sanderlin, #2199.
Memphis, TN 38117.
Phone (901)820-1041, Fax (901)820-0144


Fellow/Resident Travel Grant Application

Contact Dr. Jin Jun Luo at

Topics and CME Speakers

November 3, 2018, subject to change


General Medical Topics  (CME: 4)


Cardiovascular risk and event reduction: newly proven methods with new and old medications. Grant Fowler, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, TCU/ UNT Medical School, Fort Worth, Texas  



Stroke care in 2018. David Wang, DO, Department of Neurology, University of Illinois at Peoria


Break for Exhibition


When cutting-edge radiotherapy meets with novel biology in cancer.  Joe Chang, MD, Department of Nuclear Medicine, MD, University of Texas MD Anderson Medical Center



Men’s health: urological prospects. Run Wang, MD, Department of Urology, University of Texas Medical School 



Lunch Break


Neurological Topics (CME: 3.5)



Migraine, neurovascular model and beyond. Jin Li, MD, PhD. Westchester Medical Center, NY


Neuromuscular disease, is it a nerve or muscle problem? review of a few challenging cases. Sarah Chen, MD, PhD, Department of Neurology, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, NJ



Multiple sclerosis, evolving diagnosis and therapies. Huijuan Zhang, MD, Ph.D  Kadlec Neuroscience Center, Richland, WA


Parkinson's, can we unfreeze our patients, an update. Lin Zhang, MD., PhD.  Department of Neurology, UC Davis Medical Center, CA


EEG in ICU, capture those subtle epileptic waves. Yi Pan, MD, PhD, Saint Louis University, MO


Stroke recovery, where are our hope? Wuwei Feng, MD.  MS. Department of Neurology, College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, SC


Debate. Moderator: Qing Ni, MD. Newnan Neurology, Newnan, GA

1) Should a PFO be closed for stroke prevention?

2) Can Aspirin be used for primary stroke and cardiovascular disease prevention?  


PM&R Topic (non-CME)


Comprehensive spasticity management—an overview, Sheng Li, MD

Others non-CME presentations

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