Topics will include clinical genetics, fetal imaging, fetal therapy and more. This educational opportunity will offer a full day of preconference courses on Sunday, 8 September 2019, followed by three days of conference sessions, Monday–Wednesday, 9–11 September 2019. Plenary sessions, debates, concurrent sessions and posters will explore the latest controversies and hot topics in the field, and will feature invited speakers as well as peer-reviewed abstract presentations.
Registration rates will be available for Non-members, Full Professional Members, Allied Health Professionals (non-doctoral health professionals) and Trainees (Fellows, Students, etc.). You do not need to be an ISPD member to attend, although Full Professional Members receive a discount off of the Non-member rate.
ISPD plans to apply for Continuing Education credit from the relevant credentialing organizations in medicine and clinical genetics.