Innovations in Science
2019 MDA Clinical and Scientific Conference
The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is pleased to invite you to participate in the 2019 MDA Clinical & Scientific Conference on April 13-17, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Orlando.
2019 will be an exciting year for MDA! We will converge our long-standing Clinical and Scientific conferences into our inaugural combined annual meeting, which will leverage MDA’s extensive reach into the scientific, clinical research, and clinical practice communities to bring together the world’s leading experts in neuromuscular disease.
As the most comprehensive neuromuscular disease meeting in the United States, it represents the full spectrum of scientific researchers, medical professionals, and decision makers. Our focus in 2019 will be to leverage the expertise of researchers, clinicians, and allied health professionals to accelerate drug development and advance best practices in care management across more than 40 neuromuscular diseases.
As an exhibitor and supporter, the 2019 Annual Meeting offers unequalled opportunities to be among other leaders in the healthcare industry to meet with and showcase your products and services to the neuromuscular disease scientific and medical community while you support MDA’s Mission – to transform the lives of individuals living with neuromuscular disease.
April 13-17, 2019
Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Drive Orlando, FL
If you would like more information regarding the conference, please contact Pam Bittner, Director of Events at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the highlights from our 2018 Clinical Conference:
- Grants at a Glance
- Research Grants
- Creating a New Therapy
- What We've Achieved
- MDA Venture Philanthropy
- MDA Annual Conference
- 2020 Clinical & Scientific Conference
- 2019 Clinical & Scientific Conference
- 2018 Clinical Conference
- MOVR Data Hub
- Newborn Screening for Neuromuscular Diseases
- Cost of Illness of Neuromuscular Diseases in the US
- Medical Education and Resources
- Contact Our Research Team