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Dysautonomia International 2016 Annual Conference

Friday, July 15, 2016 - Sunday, July 17, 2016

6 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Dulles
2300 Dulles Corner Blvd.
Herndon, VA, 20171
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This ​​is ​​the ​​largest ​​international ​​conference ​​on ​​autonomic ​​disorders ​that ​​brings ​​together ​​patients, ​​caregivers, ​​physicians, ​​researchers, ​​industry ​​representatives, ​​non-profit ​​leaders ​​and ​​government ​​policy ​​makers.

We ​​are ​​pleased ​​to ​​announce ​​the ​​fourth ​​annual ​​Dysautonomia ​​International ​​Conference ​​will ​​take ​​place ​​July ​​15-17, ​​2016 ​in ​Herndon, ​Virginia. ​​ ​​With ​​over ​​500 ​​anticipated ​​guests, ​​this ​​is ​​the ​​largest ​​international ​​conference ​​on ​​autonomic ​​disorders ​that ​​brings ​​together ​​patients, ​​caregivers, ​​physicians, ​​researchers, ​​industry ​​representatives, ​​non-profit ​​leaders ​​and ​​government ​​policy ​​makers. Guests ​​will ​​enjoy ​​educational ​​lectures, ​​interactive ​​workshops ​​for ​​teens, ​​adults, ​​caregivers ​​and ​​medical ​​professionals, ​​social ​​activities, ​​networking ​​and ​​most ​​importantly ​​- ​​lots ​​of ​​fun!Speakers includeJeffrey Moak, MD Director, Electrophysiology Program Additional ​conference ​details: ​ Hyatt Regency Dulles false DD/MM/YYYY

We ​​are ​​pleased ​​to ​​announce ​​the ​​fourth ​​annual ​​Dysautonomia ​​International ​​Conference ​​will ​​take ​​place ​​July ​​15-17, ​​2016 ​in ​Herndon, ​Virginia. ​​ ​​With ​​over ​​500 ​​anticipated ​​guests, ​​this ​​is ​​the ​​largest ​​international ​​conference ​​on ​​autonomic ​​disorders ​that ​​brings ​​together ​​patients, ​​caregivers, ​​physicians, ​​researchers, ​​industry ​​representatives, ​​non-profit ​​leaders ​​and ​​government ​​policy ​​makers. Guests ​​will ​​enjoy ​​educational ​​lectures, ​​interactive ​​workshops ​​for ​​teens, ​​adults, ​​caregivers ​​and ​​medical ​​professionals, ​​social ​​activities, ​​networking ​​and ​​most ​​importantly ​​- ​​lots ​​of ​​fun!

Speakers include

moakJeffrey Moak, MD
Director, Electrophysiology Program


Additional ​conference ​details: ​