Thank you for attending the 16th Anniversary Angioma Alliance Scientific Meeting
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17th Anniversary Angioma Alliance
CCM Scientific Meeting
November 11 & 12, 2021
The CCM Scientific Meeting is a venue for international stakeholders to assemble, share, and discuss the latest CCM research data. Angioma Alliance’s goal is to continue to host this annual series to facilitate scientific progress. Even during this COVID Crisis, we aim to bring together the CCM research community in a virtual platform that keeps us all safe, allows for worldwide participation and embraces our workshop-like meeting.
In 2020, we hosted a virtual meeting where we shared unpublished data, engaged in lively discussions, facilitated hypothesis generation, and drove research for a cure for CCM. We have also instituted a quarterly, competitive virtual poster session.
Who may attend?
Attendance at the annual CCM Scientific Meeting is open for those with active CCM research programs (principal investigators, postdoctoral fellows, and students), CCM clinical practice, CCM drug development, and CCM advocacy (e.g., Angioma Alliance board members). Officials from the National Institutes of Health and Food and Drug Administration are also encouraged to attend. Upon registration, attendees will complete an eligibility questionnaire. Final attendance eligibility determinations are subject to decision by the Organizing Committee. To request registration information, please contact Connie Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendance is limited to the above-described eligibility criteria to protect the confidentiality of unpublished data. Therefore, patients, care providers, and other family members (even those with medical or scientific training) are not allowed to attend scientific sessions.
For more information, please visit the PAST MEETINGS section and view past meeting agendas that exemplify the broad range of researchers and projects from distinct fields, all of which contribute to a complete understanding of CCM disease biology.
2019 Trainee Poster Presentation Awards provided by:
For questions, contact Amy Akers at Amy.Akers@angioma.org.