Our goal is to improve the care and lives of headache sufferers, by encouraging scientific research and educating physicians, health professionals and the public.

American Headache Society News

Stay up to date on the latest research and developments in the field of headache medicine.

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American Headache Society Events

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International Headache Academy

2020 International Headache Academy

The International Headache Academy is designed to inspire a long-term commitment to headache medicine in young neurologists and research scientists via an educational program focused on clinical and research aspects of the field. ...
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American Headache Society's Emerging Leaders Program

Emerging Leaders Program

The American Headache Society recently launched the Emerging Leaders Program to identify and develop future leaders in the Society.
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61st Annual Scientific Meeting

The 61st Annual Scientific Meeting wil take place at the Philadelphia Convention Center from July 11 to July 14, 2019.
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Next Generation Migraine Therapies – New York

The Next Generation Migraine Therapies New York event will take place at the Marriott Marquis New York on June 8, 2019.
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Next Generation Migraine Therapies – Dallas

The Next Generation Migraine Therapist Dallas event will take place at the Westin Dallas Galleria on May 18, 2019.
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Making a Difference in Headache Medicine

The American Headache Society works alongside physicians, health care providers and advocates to improve the lives of those living with migraine and other diseases that cause severe head pain.

37 Million
People living with migraine and other severe headache disorders
1400
American Headache Society Members
1
Society dedicated to headache medicine

Why Headache Medicine?

Our members are making a difference in the field of headache medicine. Find out why they chose this path, and what it means for making a difference in the lives of their patients.