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2024 VCP International Scientific Conference

Receive 20% off registration through December 31 (excludes patient advocate ticket) with code EARLYVCPBIRD

Join the 2024 VCP International Scientific Conference from February 22 to 25, 2024. Dive into enlightening sessions, meet event chairs, explore our sponsors, and be part of groundbreaking discussions in VCP disease research. Register now!

Conference Details:

Since our 2021 virtual Scientific Conference, the field of VCP disease research has progressed rapidly.  There is now an urgent need for researchers to meet, exchange knowledge, and set the agenda for future pre-clinical and translational research. The conference will bring scientists, clinicians, and patient advocates together.

Date: February 22-25, 2024

Location: Caltech, Pasadena, California
Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Neuroscience Research Building

Receive 20% off registration through December 31 (excludes patient advocate ticket) with code EARLYVCPBIRD

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A Multidisciplinary Conference

The conference is intended to take an integrated approach across diseases. We will gather data in the VCP genetic form of muscular and neurodegenerative disorders that contribute to multiple phenotypes, offering clues to benefit a large number of patients, i.e. ALS and FTD overlaps.

The multidisciplinary nature of the conference, from oncology to neurodegeneration, will significantly impact the innovation and coordination of the research and accelerate translational discoveries in the field to bring about therapeutics in the near future.

Lodging Details:

Hyatt Place Pasadena

USD 199.00 per night (plus taxes)
399 E Green Street

Pasadena, California 91101 United States

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