Conference Announcement

The speakers and dates for the 5th Ottawa International Conference on Neuromuscular Disease & Biology have been announced.

The Conference will feature top international basic and clinical NMD researchers highlighting advances in NMD research and clinical care, including novel diagnostic techniques, disease pathogenesis, basic muscle and stem cell biology, and promising therapies to treat these devastating disorders. Sessions are organized to include basic, translational and clinical presentations to engage all attendees regardless of background or training.

The Conference will be held at ‘The Westin Ottawa,’ a premier hotel and world-class conference facility from the 17th -19th of October 2019. Ottawa, as the capital of Canada, is a vibrant city offering award-winning museums, a dynamic and culturally diverse downtown and excellent cuisine.

Registration will open April 2019. 

For more information visit the Ottawa NMD 2019 website.

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