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Illuminate the Path to Kabuki Syndrome Treatments: Abstracts Now Open for 2023 KSF Scientific Symposium

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We are excited to announce that abstract submissions are now open for the inaugural Kabuki Syndrome Foundation Scientific Symposium! This is a pivotal moment for our community, where we aim to light the path towards treatments and possibly a cure for Kabuki syndrome.

The KSF Scientific Symposium represents a unique platform for all researchers, clinicians, and investigators to share their expertise and latest findings in the field of Kabuki syndrome. Our goal is to foster an environment of collaboration, inspiration, and knowledge-sharing to propel our understanding of Kabuki syndrome further.

This year’s symposium, to be held on October 26, 2023, is helmed by our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Bruce Bloom, and Director of Research, Dr. Clara Tang. Our focus is to encourage robust scientific conversations, enriched with insights from leading researchers and clinicians worldwide.

Symposium Agenda

We are eager to hear your research within the following categories:

  • Genetics and epigenetics: Delve deeper into the genetic and epigenetic mechanisms
    underlying Kabuki syndrome.
  • Kabuki syndrome phenotypes: Share the latest insights on the neurological, immune, and
    metabolic features of Kabuki syndrome.
  • Therapeutic opportunities: Discuss potential pharmacological interventions and the latest
    advancements in treatment strategies.
  • Diagnosis and clinical trial readiness: Present recent research on diagnostic methods,
    biomarkers, and outcome measures development.

Join Our Prestigious Cohort

Accepted abstracts will be granted the opportunity to deliver a 10-minute virtual presentation, followed by a Q&A session, as part of our symposium program. As a participating researcher, you’ll join a prestigious cohort of professionals collectively contributing to the advancements in Kabuki syndrome treatments. This occasion marks an opportunity to collaborate with some of the scientific community’s best minds and interact with members of our distinguished Medical Advisory Board. Your research and insights could potentially drive the next wave of treatment advancements and help navigate our journey towards a cure.

Abstract Submission

Submit your abstract by August 10th and contribute to the global understanding of this rare disease. Let’s illuminate the path to a brighter future for Kabuki syndrome together.