The Philadelphia Neurological Society was founded in 1883 and serves as a home for clinical and scholarly Neurology in the Philadelphia area. Meetings are held at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, the nation's first medical society. The first president of the Philadelphia Neurological Society was S Weir Mitchell (pictured above, left), known for coining the term "phantom limb syndrome". Our own Raymond Price (pictured above, right) will take over as President of the society this July. Dr. Price has one month to develop a beard worthy of his predecessor.