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Scientific Meetings and Conferences

  • Scientific Session at AANEM: Annual meeting that provides medical professionals the opportunity to learn from colleagues about current, pre-publication research in the field of myasthenia gravis. The session is geared towards medical professionals, but is open to the public. The meeting is held in conjunction with the annual meeting of similar professional societies of physicians who focus on neuromuscular medicine. 
  • National Patient Conference: Annual educational opportunity around myasthenia gravis.  Over 1500 participants attend, representing people with MG, family, and health professionals. The National Patient Conference program features MG experts, community leaders and health professionals. The conference is a great opportunity to meet others in the MG community and make friends from across the country.
  • International Conference: International forum held every three years, focused on ready-to-publish medical research and connecting the global myasthenia gravis medical community.  300+ medical professionals attend. 

Learn more about these events on our MGFA EVENTS page.

Get Involved

  • Become a Partner in MG Care! Partners in MG Care are health professionals that have interest and experience in treating MG. Partners are involved in the MG community and willing to promote MGFA activities to ensure as many patients are connected to our services as possible. To learn more, please see our Partners in MG Care page.
  • Volunteer! We have many opportunities for you to engage with the MG community. Uniquely qualified and empowered by their experience with MG, volunteers are trained and supported to meet the highest standards of excellence. Programs like MG Friends and our MGFA Support Groups are all great options. If you are looking for something different, please fil out our Volunteer Form so we can find the right opportunity for you!


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