ASF/Dup15q Research SymposiaJuly 23 - 24, 2020 New Orleans, LA
Similar to a Gordon-style meeting, the ASF/Dup15q Research Symposium brings together an outstanding community of researchers and clinicians to share unpublished work, participate in conceptual discussions and reflect on the big picture as it relates to Angelman syndrome, Dup15Q and pathways toward effective treatments.
Join leading researchers, scientists and doctors to discuss the latest research in the world of Angelman syndrome and Dup15Q.
Thursday, July 23 – Friday, July 24, 2020
Full Symposium – $275 until July 6, then $325
Students – $150 until July 6, then $175
At the reception on Thursday night, there will be a no limit Texas hold’em tournament. Buy-in can be added during registration.
Buy-in is a $200 donation for non-students, and a $100 donation for students and includes 2 drinks and snacks.
The Research Symposium will take place at the:
The Westin New Orleans
100 Iberville Street
New Orleans, LA
Room rate: $149/night + tax
Call for Abstracts
All are invited to submit an abstract to present at the ASF/Dup15Q Alliance Research Symposium on Friday, July 24, 2020.
Submission deadline is March 30, 2020.
By submitting an abstract you understand and agree that as a potential speaker at this meeting you would be expected to present your most current work.
Guidelines for style of submissions
- Abstracts should be submitted in a Word document.
- Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words.
- Title: Calibri, 11-point font size, bold.
- Names: Calibri, bold 11-point font size.
- Underline the presenting author.
- Addresses: Calibri 10-point font (no bold)
- Abstract content: Text only Calibri, 11-point font size. (No bold) Single space
Please use this style to format your abstract:
Sarah Hughes1, Emily Cooper2, Marissa Streun3, Vanessa Vogel-Farley3, Amanda Moore3
1Affiliation for Sarah, 2Affiliation for Emily, 3Affiliation for the rest
Content of abstract here