2020 PPMD Annual Conference Presentations
JULY 22 – JULY 25, 2020 | Virtual Conference
PPMD’s first Virtual Annual Conference was incredible with nearly 2500 families, care providers, researchers, scientists, and industry partners joining us for four days of informative updates on the clinical trial pipeline and care in Duchenne.
We all missed gathering in person, but what a wonderful alternative this virtual meeting turned out to be! If you missed a session, or if there’s something you want to hear again, you can now watch all of our live and on-demand sessions below.
SAVE THE DATE!
The 2021 and 2022 Annual Conference is booked! If we can safely return to live, in-person meetings, PPMD will be traveling to Orlando in 2021 and Scottsdale in 2022. Not able to make it in person to the Annual Conference? PPMD will continue to provide a virtual option for families unable to travel!
- 2021 PPMD Annual Conference
June 23-27, 2021
- 2022 PPMD Annual Conference
June 22-26, 2022
Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy (“PPMD”) hosts conferences, meetings, and webinars which bring together clinicians, researchers, industry leaders, government representatives, and others to present their work and innovative concepts to benefit the Duchenne community, particularly our patients and their families. The conferences, meetings, and webinars are intended to be an opportunity to exchange information for educational purposes. Each PPMD conference, meeting, or webinar may include opinions, statements, materials, presentations, data, images, videos, documentation and other information (collectively, “Materials”) expressed or otherwise shared by presenters whom PPMD has invited to participate. The Materials are for informational purposes only. The statements, views and opinions expressed at any presentation or in any Materials are those solely of the presenter and not of PPMD. Further, PPMD does not endorse or recommend any presenter or any views mentioned at any conference/meeting/webinar or in the Materials. Under no circumstances will PPMD (or its directors, officers, employees, or agents) be liable for the accuracy, quality or reliability of any of the presentations or Materials; any defamatory, offensive, or illegal conduct of presenters; or any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages arising from any presentations or Materials.