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KSF’s Annual Kabuki Syndrome Research Conference

Update: Conference Recordings Now Available on YouTube

Catch up on the live presentations and panels! Plus, we launched KSOC: your opportunity to see an expert and participate in research, while receiving travel reimbursement. Contact us with any questions. 

You’re Invited! 

Join us live on November 7, 2023 to learn about the next exciting steps we can take TOGETHER to advance treatments for Kabuki syndrome. Our annual conference is the hallmark event for our community and brings together an international network of patient families, researchers, clinicians, and pharmaceutical companies focused on Kabuki syndrome. 

Announcing the Kabuki Syndrome Consortium

We have taken a significant step forward and created a Kabuki syndrome consortium of international experts. This consortium is paving the way for all future clinical trials in Kabuki syndrome. During the conference, we will share the critical, ongoing role our community plays in this project and others in our roadmap to treatments.

Discover Your Role in Advancing Treatments

At this year’s conference, discover how you can:

  • Meet an expert in-person. Gain insights into how Kabuki syndrome impacts learning and behavior and receive travel reimbursement, all while contributing to critical research. 
  • Support research from home, from anywhere in the world. New and expanding opportunities mean more ways to support research that fit your family.  
  • Learn from other families. Hear from families who have partnered with researchers to help unlock treatments and improve the lives of their loved ones.

During the event, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions in real-time and connect with renowned researchers, clinicians, families on similar journeys, adults with Kabuki syndrome, and our dedicated research team.

LEAP into a New Era of Treatments with KSF

We’re excited to announce that we have dedicated over $1,500,000 to support our research roadmap, LEAP. This initiative deepens our understanding, fosters collaboration among patients, researchers, and clinicians, and accelerates promising therapeutics from the lab to patients. As we approach the first-ever commercial clinical trial for Kabuki syndrome, your involvement and support as a donor can truly make a difference. 

Double your impact! Donations received between October 10 and November 10, 2023 will be matched up to $50,000! Help us spread the word and meet this generous match.

Registration is FREE and open to everyone interested in advancing Kabuki syndrome research. By registering, you’ll also gain early access to event resources and recordings.

Register and donate today!