Community Conference 2020
The Huntington’s Victoria 2020 community conference is being held as a virtual event this year on Saturday December 5 and Sunday December 6.
The online event will include presentations about the latest international and local research, including updates on ground-breaking clinical trials. The scientists behind HD Buzz will join the conference for a special Q and A covering all the big developments in Huntington’s research.
A special presentation will also be made by Roche on ground-breaking developments in HD research from the discovery of the gene to the biggest ever clinical trial, Generation HD 1 which is underway across the world right now.
Along with international research, there will be sessions on Saturday December 5 covering living well with the impacts of HD and making choices as a young person in a HD family.
On Sunday December 6, there will be sessions on building a HD support team, NDIS plan management and making a difference in the community. Local researchers will also give presentations on the work that they are doing.
Entry is free for all people who register (see below).
Even though the conference is being held online this year, participants will still have the capacity to ask questions of presenters and make comments.
Videos of all sessions will be posted on the HV website after the event.
Everybody who wants to attend the conference needs to register online. That ensures you receive the web link that provides access to the conference on both days.
We will also send everybody who registers the final program for the conference once it is available.
Register for the two-day conference here.
Help us fund the conference
Every year we have made the conference free to ensure all community members who wish to attend can do so.
However, if you feel you can make a contribution to help cover the costs we would really appreciate it.