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.
The 2020 Scientific Session will be held in conjunction with the 2020 AANEM Annual Meeting on October 7, at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes in Orlando, FL. Our call for abstracts for the 2020 Scientific Session was released on March 16. To view the call for abstracts, see here.
The 2019 Scientific Session was held in conjunction with 2019 AANEM Annual Meeting on October 16th. To view the full program and materials, please see below:
Recording and slide presentations
Summary of Poster Presentations, by Robert L. Ruff, MD, PhD, former Chair of MGFA’s Medical/ Scientific Advisory Board
Summary of Data Blitz Presentations, by Robert L. Ruff, MD, PhD, former Chair of MGFA’s Medical/ Scientific Advisory Board
Our National Conference is an annual educational opportunity around myasthenia gravis. Over 200 participants attend, representing people with MG, family, and health professionals. The National 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. Some sessions are taped, so if you have not been able to attend you can still access some of this great information.
Have questions about attending the conference given the recent news about coronavirus? See our FAQs here
2020 National Conference: Forth Worth, TX
Omni Fort Worth
National MG Walk: April 4
National Conference: April 5-7
Visit our conference website here to learn more about the program, activities and to register!
To view session recordings from the 2019 Conference and others, see our YouTube page here.
International forum held every five years, focused on ready-to-publish medical research and connecting the global myasthenia gravis medical community. 300+ medical professionals attend. Our most recent symposium was in May 2017 in New York City. Stay tuned for our next one coming in 2022!
- To read a summary of the International Conference and it's significance to the MG community, please click here.
- For videos filmed at the International Conference, please visit our YouTube channel here.