Future of Neuroscience Conference Focuses on New Genetics: The Future of Neurology

March 4, 2009


New Genetics: The Future of Neurology will be the focus of this year's Future of Neuroscience Conference. This interactive program is scheduled for Friday, May 1, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Featuring poster sessions, platform presentations, a series of case vignettes, and several invited lecturers discussing new developments in the field, the Conference combines high-level science with practical clinical application. The program highlights such topics as history of genetics, clinical and technological approaches, epigenetics, regulatory systems, complex genetics in MS and autism, and personalized medicine.

The conference is free to medical students and post-doctoral students. Registration and a ticket are required and can be obtained on-site in the Washington State Convention and Trade Center.

Review the complete list of presentations scheduled for this important event.