About the event

Every year, the MND Association organises the International Symposium on ALS/MND.

The key to defeating MND lies in fostering strong collaboration between leading researchers around the world, and sharing new understanding of the disease as rapidly as possible. This was the MND Association’s rationale behind the creation of the International Symposium on ALS/MND.

The 28th International Symposium will take place in Boston, USA on 8-10 December 2017.

Our International Symposium is the largest medical and scientific conference specific to MND/ALS and is the premier event in the MND research calendar for discussion on the latest advances in research and clinical management.

Each year, the symposium attracts over 1,000 delegates, representing the energy and dynamism of the global MND research community.

“The best aspect was the sense that so many good minds are working on MND”
“It is inspiring to see what other research groups are doing to improve the care or to find a cure”
“As a result of discussions at the conference I will be setting up a network of UK researchers”

CME Accreditation

The 28th International Symposium on ALS/MND has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 18 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).

Organiser of the Symposium:

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Motor Neurone Disease Association

PO Box 246, Northampton NN1 2PR, UK
Tel: (+) 44 1604 611837
Fax: (+) 44 1604 624726
Email: symposium@mndassociation.org

In co-operation with:

International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations

c/o The ALS Association
1275 K Street NW
Washington, DC
20005
+1 202-627-0993
Email: coordinator@als-mnd.org

2017 Host Organisations:

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ALS Therapy Development Institute

300 Technology Square, Suite 40
Cambridge, MA 02139
USA
Phone: (+1) 617-441-7200
Email: info@als.net

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ALS Hope Foundation

1333 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
USA
Phone: (+1) 215-568-2426
Email: info@alshopefoundation.org

"It's the best place to get a general overview of the state of current research in ALS - especially multidisciplinary areas."

"Excellent chance for US and European colleagues to interact"

“I always walk away with something new being done elsewhere that I can easily bring back and implement in the health care setting I work in."